Rappler's latest stories on San Juan
The slaughterhouse is found to be violating the Clean Water Act of 2004
John Wilson and San Juan bag their 23rd win in 26 games with a 19-point romp over Davao Occidental
The inmates show off their own 'Tala' dance moves in a Facebook video
About P510 million going to the health department and San Juan Medical Center
The communist party condemns the arrest of Jaime Padilla, a leader of the rebel group’s guerrillas in Southern Luzon
The move is in line with new mayor Francis Zamora's promise to make San Juan a smart city
Traffic congestion reveals a deeper malady: lack of a well-defined land use plan for the National Capital Region
The prospect of changing the quality of San Juaneños experience with public health would prove a worthy challenge for San Juan Medical Center Director Joseph Acosta
Francis Zamora takes on the role of San Juan's chief executive, the city's new captain after 50 years under the Estrada clan. How will he change the game?
Authorities turn over the 4 women to the San Juan City Social Welfare and Development Office. Mayor Francis Zamora also orders the closure of the establishment.
He says his first 100 days have been 'so far, so good,' but that ghosts of the previous administration remain
‘I chose a general to instill order and discipline in San Juan Medical Center,’ the mayor says of Brigadier General Joseph Acosta, former commander of the AFP Medical Center
Mayor Francis Zamora promised a new San Juan after ending the Ejercito-Estrada clan's 50-year rule in the city. How did he fare in his first 100 days?
The Department of Information and Communication Technology chooses San Juan as its pilot city for the Free Wi-Fi for All Program
The secret lab, which had potted marijuana plants, is at the 4th floor of a 5-story apartment building in Barangay Batis in San Juan City
The National Historical Commission of the Philippines is digging through the Spanish-era water tunnels under the memorial grounds, and hopes to open it to visitors by early 2020
Seems like the lifestyle icon is enjoying her stay in the Philippines!
The San Juan City government and the GSIS sign a memorandum of agreement on the GSIS Financial Assistance Loan program for city government workers
The announcement – which Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello put into writing – caps two weeks of popular anger against the 40-year old leader
San Juan Mayor Francis Zamora says he himself lives in a gated subdivision, and he will support the proposal if it will work
To the chant of 'Ricky, renuncia!' (Ricky, resign!) large crowds gather in the capital San Juan for the fifth day clamoring for Governor Ricardo Rossello to leave office – which he is refusing to do
Well-intentioned local chief executives are up against vested interests that reject reforms, as well as temptations that come with power
The Commission on Audit says the city treasurer's office under-collects from 8 big corporate taxpayers
The planned in-city relocation will be 22 stories tall, with units to be as big as 36 square meters
The Gomez administration turned over P1.3 billion to Zamora, but most of the amount will be used for projects already bidded out by the previous mayor
Lyceum's standout twins Jaycee and Jayvee Marcelino commandeer the Pirates to a thrilling triumph versus the Knights
(UPDATED) The San Juan City government pushes through its annual Wattah Wattah festival amid a water supply crisis, but says it reduced the number of water trucks for the celebration
Less wet, but more tourists for this year's 'Wattah Wattah' Festival in San Juan City
His half-brother JV Ejercito places 3rd in San Juan City. Grace Poe, a San Juan resident, tops the count.
Almost 9 years after the 2010 Bar exam blasts, two women prevail in their bids for local positions
(3rd UPDATE) Erap Estrada and his family lose in local and national contests
(UPDATED) PDP-Laban candidate Francis Zamora defeats Janella Ejercito Estrada, whose relatives have been mayors of San Juan City, starting with her grandfather, former president Joseph Estrada
While both Francis Zamora and Janella Ejercito Estrada are young guns from established families, their promises are completely different
'Paparating na po ang bagong Lungsod ng San Juan,' says PDP-Laban mayoral bet Francis Zamora, as he promises to end the Estrada dynasty
‘Hindi po ako andito sa entabladong ito dahil lang po sa aking pangalan, dahil lang po isa akong Estrada,’ says San Juan City mayoral bet Janella Ejercito Estrada
'The Supreme Court has already said that Edu Manzano is a Filipino,' says San Juan congressional bet Edu Manzano in a Rappler Talk
The Commission on Elections says San Juan City congressional bet Edu Manzano was not a Filipino citizen when he filed his certificate of candidacy
San Juan caps a grueling MPBL Datu Cup run by conquering Davao Occidental in a thrilling finale
Will Francis Zamora's promise of a new San Juan be enough against the time-tested name and machinery of the Ejercito-Estrada clan?
Roberto Bañez also fires shots at the family nurse but she survives the attack
Arthur Aquino Alviar, the barangay secretary of Lapting, is shot 5 times as he was leaving his house to go to the plaza on Saturday evening, April 13
It's the heart that matters, says actor and aspiring San Juan City congressman Edu Manzano
Before thousands of San Juan residents, the 29-year-old third-generation Estrada vows to provide affordable healthcare and more housing for the poor
San Juan mayoral candidate Francis Zamora seeks to end the 5-decade Estrada dynasty. Rappler's Rambo Talabong files this report.
President Rodrigo Duterte raises the hands of the rival mayoralty candidates in San Juan City: Francis Zamora and Janella Estrada
San Juan mayoral candidate Francis Zamora says a 'San Juan City App' will also allow residents to conduct business with the city government and quickly call for help from cops, firefighters, and hospitals
(UPDATED) Resolution No. 03-2019 bans the construction, development, and operation of coal-fired power plants in San Juan, La Union
The group, which campaigned for the late actor Fernando Poe Jr for president 9 years ago, is endorsing mostly Sara Duterte's candidates
'It’s fun and very exciting to teach college players. They’re really listening,' says Ginebra star and new Letran deputy LA Tenorio
So who really is the Duterte administration’s bet?