Category: Baguio City Guide Blog

It’s time to begin your preparation for rainy days as Flaviana Hilario, Deputy Administrator of PAGASA, says that the onset of the wet season may be declared during this week or the second week of June. During the weekly economic briefing held at Malacañang, Hilario said, “Hindi pa talaga nasa-satisfy ang criteria for the onset […]

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If you’re interested to work as a government employee, here’s how to apply for the civil service exams – qualifications, requirements and more. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION (CSE) 2020 The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has already released the schedule for the Career Service Examination, Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) for both Professional and Sub-Professional levels for […]

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Converge Fiber X has just been opened for application by the Benguet Electric Cooperative Inc., as another option for a hopefully faster internet connection for the residents of Baguio City. List of Barangays Below is an initial list of the barangays Beneco has initially released who can now apply for a connection: Barangay Site Name […]

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Louisian Alumnus Mai Fanglayan, is nominated in the best actress category of the 42nd Gawad Urian Awards. Fanglayan portrays the role of the Cordilleran female lead in the film, Tanabata’s Wife. Her co-actor Miyuki Kamimura was also nominated for best actor. Tanabata’s Wife also candidate for several awards in the 2019 Gawad Urian Awards to […]

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Mayor Mauricio Domogan has already approved the IRR prepared by the Office of the City Social Welfare and Development (OCSWADO) led by OCSWD Officer Betty Fangasan. Hence, solo parents and their children who are Baguio residents, will be able avail of additional benefits other than those provided by Republic Act No. 8972 or the Solo Parents’ […]

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Dulche Chocolates’ Arabica Chocolate is one of the new seven (7) Filipino Chocolate Treats which were showcased at the Philippine Cacao Pavilion during the IFEX Philippines NXTFOOD ASIA last May 24 to 26, 2019. According to event organizer Pauline Suaco-Juan, the Executive Director of the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM), “Buyers and […]

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If you’re looking to find yourself in the Cordilleras, or perhaps up North in general, you can do so while studying. Some universities in Baguio have been included in the Top Universities in Northern Luzon based on the January 2019 edition of Webometrics Ranking of Web of Universities. Read on below to view the list. […]

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The 15-day celebration of National Flag Days, starts today, May 28, 2019. Starting today until June 12, 2019, government offices are to display the Philippine Flag in all open flag staffs. The general public are also encouraged to do the same in buildings and residences. A program, which started 8AM today, is currently happening at […]

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Erlinda Lavandia, a 67-year-old retired police, has proven that age is just a number. Last Monday, May 20, 2019, Lavandia was recognized and given incentive for bringing honor to the city of Baguio. She has won four (4) gold medals during the Singapore Masters Athletics 40th Anniversary Track and Field 2019 held last May 4-5, […]

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The Philippines will be hosting the ASEAN paralympic games which will be on January 2020. In preparation for it, 22 local para athletes will be joining the 7th Philippine Sports Commission PhilSpada National Paralympics games starting tomorrow, May 23 up to May 31, 2019 at the Bulacan Sports Complex, Malolos, Bulacan. Local athletes to join […]

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