The petitioners stress the importance of holding a public deliberation on martial law so Filipinos are 'informed of the factual bases of the declaration'
All this graft cases – filed within the last 2 months, stem from the unauthorized awarding of million-peso projects to contractors in road and drainage projects
The former mayor now faces 7 counts of graft for unauthorized construction and drainage projects in Caloocan City
Echiverri goes to the court for a hearing but ends up being served a warrant
The chief of the Northern Police District dismisses murder and criminal complaints filed against his men in an alleged extrajudicial killing
Two drainage projects worth a total of P4.7 million were awarded in 2011 without authorization from the Sangguniang Panlungsod
The Psychological Association of the Philippines spearheads the Katatagan Kontra Droga sa Komunidad, a program that trains community volunteers in facilitating drug rehabilitation
Representatives from Bestlink College of the Philippines and Panda Coach Tourist and Transport Inc were a no-show during a dialogue with the victims' relatives organized by a lawmaker
The 80-year-old former Caloocan City mayor passes away after being rushed to the hospital last week
Part 2: With crowded, unsanitary, and unhealthy environments, some youth centers fail to rehabilitate and transform child offenders
On the eve of the day of the dead, five people were executed by men who decided they did not deserve to live
Fifteen weeks after the declaration of a war on drugs, at least 12 people are killed between dusk and dawn one Monday in October
October 31 marks the first Sangguniang Kabataan election after 3 years
Although the Philippines has a high literacy rate, not all children are able to read and write, depriving them of the opportunity to travel across new worlds through reading
Advocates say political will and leadership at the national and local government levels are needed to create, scale, up and sustain comprehensive programs on HIV/AIDS prevention in communities
Just last week, Ombudsman Morales also found probable cause to charge Echiverri with graft over an alleged anomalous P2.97-million drainage project
'Tulungan sana siya, 'yung gamot na tine-take niya o pinansyal, o kung anong maitutulong,' says his wife
The oldest voters of the biggest village in the Philippines have seen this all before, and they will see it again, as long as they can
The President urges voters to choose wisely, especially when matters like the Philippines’ dispute with China and the continuation of government programs are at stake
Vice presidential candidate Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr has been visiting places where his father, the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos, had projects and programs, tapping into the 'debt of gratitude' of supporters
Students of Our Lady of Fatima University in Caloocan says they will support Miriam Defensor Santiago despite her low ratings
The vice presidential bet visits resettlement sites established by his parents: 'Kung hindi kay Presidente Marcos 'tsaka Imelda, wala po kaming lahat dito'
(UPDATED) Investigation into the cause of the fire and extent of the damage is still ongoing
'Hindi ko man maintindihan kung bakit nangyayari ito sa ating lahat, siguro nga may magandang plano ang Diyos,' Angelica says
Police say they have witnesses to support this theory
In 2013, Liberal Party's Edgar Erice defeated by around 10,000 the incumbent at the time, National Unity Party's Mary Mitzi Cajayon
Millennials, early nesters or startup families, the Chinese community, and residents of Quezon City and CAMANAVA are the target market of Avida Towers Cloverleaf
Police Officer 1 Virgilio Cabangis is shot by one of the residents of Calaanan compound in Caloocan City trying to fend off the demolition team
How an open mind, perseverance, and faith brought a woman and her group of informal settlers to their dream community
Is your city part of the top 5 local government units in the National Capital Region with the highest prevalence of undernutrition?
Can't go to Binondo for Chinese New Year? Caloocan City and Quezon City join in the celebration with their own activities.
The monitoring teams of some Metro Manila LGUs – including Quezon City, Makati City, and Malabon City – go on 24-hour operations
As of 10:30 am on Friday, September 19, the La Mesa dam in Quezon City poured excess water into the Tullahan river, which cuts through Quezon City, Malabon, Valenzuela, and Caloocan
President Benigno Aquino III also asks the public for forgiveness and gives assurance the government is doing 'everything and anything' to ease the problem
The MMDA says it is working with the LTFRB and several LGUs to transform a 'swampy and disheveled one-hectare lot' into an interim North provincial bus terminal
Rappler talks to Caloocan Representative Edgar Erice and Valenzuela City Representative Sherwin Gatchalian on President Aquino's push for amendments to the Constitution
A small daycare center in Caloocan shares its best practices, hoping to inspire other preschools and LGUs to follow suit
Aside from Yolanda rehabilitation efforts, the education department is also working on ways to mitigate a common problem of schools in urban areas: overcrowding
The 3-day school week won't push through because the idea needs further assessment and study, DepEd officials say
Only 20 schools in Metro Manila remain congested, with classrooms accommodating as many as 70 students
The housing project will adopt a Community Mortgage Program approach wherein an organized community will initiate and manage their own project
(UPDATED) The blaze at Grace Park, Caloocan City, reached general alarm, the highest fire alarm level. At least one person was killed, while 5 sustained minor injuries
Senate finance committee chair Escudero sees nothing wrong: 'The propriety or impropriety of an allocation will be determined by its use or utilization'
By midnight Saturday, roads around the Bonifacio Monument Circle will be closed to traffic. The MMDA has identified alternative routes.
In Caloocan City's Bagong Silang, persons with disability go through the 'trouble' to cast their vote – in the hope that services, and life, will be better
Over 800,000 candidates vie for positions in the Philippines' most basic political unit – the barangay. Friends, family, and neighbors are pitted against each other.
There are 53 cases of election violations from May 12 to May 13, 2013 alone,
Defying surveys and a venue change, Binay makes a last pitch for his senatorial candidates in Caloocan
Sen Jinggoy Estrada says if former movie star Lito Lapid, who didn't finish college, can make it as senator, then UNA's Nancy Binay can qualify as senator as well