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The City Council of Baguio approved the ordinance requiring all wholesalers of agricultural crops to dispose of their agricultural refuse at the source. Mayor Benjamin Magalong signed the ordinance authored by Councilor Elaine Sembrano last February 24, 2020.  What is Agricultural Refuse? As stated in the approved ordinance, Agricultural Refuse is unwanted or unsalable materials […]

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In celebration of Rabies Awareness Month this March, the City Veterinary Office will provide free rabies vaccination for dogs and cats in different barangays in Baguio City. According to Veterinarian III Gladys C. Bantog, DVM of the City Veterinary Office, they already visited other barangays for the rabies vaccination. The free rabies vaccination will be […]

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Ampucao, Itogon Barangay Captain Eddie Amuasen issued an advisory suspending all ecotourism activities at Mt. Ulap until further notice starting last Saturday, February 22, 2020. The indefinite suspension, according to the advisory, has been decided upon by the barangay’s LGU in response to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) declaration of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) outbreak […]

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Two leading real estate development companies in the Philippines are offering to work on the master redevelopment plan of the Baguio City Public Market. Baguio City Public Market Master Redevelopment Plan The objective of this multi-billion project is to modernize the city’s public market which can be generally considered a huge part of the city’s […]

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Mother nature finally did it! Baguio City just experienced the coldest temperature (just yet this 2020) today, February 21, 2020. According to Engr. Larry Esperanza of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA-BAGUIO), the temperature dropped to 9.4 °C as of 6 o’clock this morning. The lowest temperature today is definitely even lower than […]

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Starting February 24, 2020, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will be implementing a Php 0.50 fare increase for Public Utility Jeepneys (PUJs) in the Cordillera Administrative Region. This is after signing Board Resolution no. 003 s. 2020 last January 30, 2020. According to LTFRB-CAR OIC-Regional Director Eng. Lalaine Sobremonte, the fare increase […]

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The Licensure Examination for Professional Teachers (LEPT) will be held on March 29, 2020. The licensure exam, which will be conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board for Professional Teachers (BOPT), will be taken by a total of 8,182 examinees in Baguio City. LEPT Venues for examinees in Baguio City ELEMENTARY LEVEL […]

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Kimchi, one of the famous and favorite international dishes, may soon be produced on large scale at La Trinidad, Benguet. According to Municipal Mayor Romeo Salda, a group of South Korean investors was looking for 3,000 hectares of land that will be suitable for the proposed Kimchi factory. However, the area has been reduced since […]

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After Baguio City’s postponement of Panagbenga 2020 activities supposedly set for this month, a number of municipalities in the Cordillera Administrative Region (C.A.R.) have also taken proactive measures to protect locals and tourists against the threat of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Baguio City Aside from previously cancelling the Panagbenga Grand Opening Parade and government-sponsored […]

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The Panagbenga 2020 is CANCELLED The Baguio Flower Festival Foundation Inc. (BFFFI), together with the city government of Baguio, has officially released a new schedule for the Panagbenga 2020 celebration during a press conference this morning. Earlier this year, the festival organizers and the city government have decided to cancel the Panagbenga Grand Opening Parade […]

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