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Eros Goze has designed weaves worn by Baguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong and Daniel Padilla
A moratorium on new commercial buildings is also approved, says Mayor Benjamin Magalong, and only a formal communication is being awaited
Baguio City Hall also puts in place stricter security measures
Rear Admiral Allan Cusi formally takes his post two weeks after the gruesome death of a cadet exposed the horrors of hazing within the Philippines' premier military school
The plan includes converting forested land identified as protected zones into eco-parks to provide green areas for residents and at the same time keep land speculators at bay
The trunks of the trees within the property of Northbelle Properties Incorporated are bored with large holes, and chemicals are injected to dehydrate them
Here are the first-term mayor's plans for the Asin mini-hydropower plants, Burnham Park, Baguio City Market
Baguio City Administrator Bonifacio dela Peña is set to meet with judo athletes and their coaches to discuss the plan to file a protest against Cebu Pacific
Baguio City cops its sixth Batang Pinoy Nationals title in 9 years
The incident starts from an argument between a barangay captain, who wants to close the establishment, and the bar owner
(UPDATED) The Muslim community in Baguio says terrorism has no religion and no place in the city
This should decrease the number of 'asbags' (asong Baguio) or stray dogs, says the city veterinarian
The July 16 earthquake that struck Baguio 29 years ago is a story without a background. You cannot be prepared for this one.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources says the Balili River in Baguio City 'has severely deteriorated'
There have been plans to turn the Irisan dumpsite into an eco-park as early as 2012
Baguio-based designers show off their Marian-inspired creations at 'Santa Maria, Sabsabong ti Mayo'
'Being a mover does not end with the elections. There will always be more stories to tell, more issues to bring light upon, and more people whose voices need to be heard'
Former CIDG chief Benjamin Magalong promises Baguio City a clean environment, improved traffic, and safe neighborhoods
Parts of Leyte, Baguio, and Sarangani struggle to transmit votes for canvassing because of internet connection problems
In a letter to the Comelec, senatorial candidate Chel Diokno says Baguio police's inspection of a warehouse for vote-counting machines is a ‘serious breach’
(UPDATED) The jeepney is reportedly transporting the campaigners of a Baguio politician
The church’s CCTV recorded two men stealing a 55-inch flat screen TV from the Bishop’s house
Share the results of your campus mock polls with MovePH, Rappler’s civic engagement arm
A Baguio man says he will file a libel case against an FB user who falsely pinpointed him as a crime suspect
(UPDATED) The mall giant cannot proceed with the earth-balling of trees in Baguio City until it secures a new Environmental Compliance Certificate
(UPDATED) Kennon Road will be open to light vehicles from 6 pm of Friday, April 12, to 6 am of Monday, April 22
The simulation aims to check if it is viable to permanently open Kennon Road to two-way vehicular traffic on weekends
'In the battle for truth, truth is your only weapon,' says Kimberlie Quitasol, Editor-in-Chief of the 'Northern Dispatch'
Ex-Baguio City mayor Reinaldo Bautista and 16 others are found liable for the unauthorized release of funds classified as cost of living allowance
Stars participate in Baguio's annual flower festival
The Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office in Benguet says the competition aims to put the spotlight on Baguio pine trees amid concerns over their dwindling numbers
MovePH will be at Saint Louis University on March 8! Tickets for the public forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now!
'These inappropriate acts are inimical to the welfare and moral of the children visiting the park, hence, it must be regulated,' says Councilor Joel Alangsab
'I will be making really a study for what is best for Baguio City as far as the environment is concerned,' says Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu
Kennon Road will be open to light vehicles going up to Baguio City from February 14 to 18, and from February 22 to March 4
A viral video shows employees of the Baguio City Public Order and Safety Division accosting a man selling taho
(UPDATED) The regional health office has monitored 79 measles cases in the region from January 1 to February 2 – more than 5 times what it recorded in the same period last year
Here's a guide to protecting yourself during the freezing weather in the north
The City of Pines' annual flower festival is in full bloom this year
In Baguio, Philippine rock icon Pepe Smith was able to quietly craft songs for his solo album, the underrated ‘Idiosyncrasies,’ which got a cold reception in Manila
The military school holding educational tours inside the academy to herd the tourists instead of letting them loiter at the academy
As a blood moon rises above Baguio City, PAGASA records Baguio's coldest temperature so far this year
'The conduct of a thorough study on the soil condition of Mines View Park is highly required at the soonest possible time,' a city council resolution reads
Baguio City Vice Mayor Edison Bilog says the council wants 'to protect the integrity and welfare of media practitioners'
Ramon Songayab reports to Baguio City police that he and his wife were attacked by several men last December 22
Four experts from the Japan Council of Local Authorities for International Relations have trained Baguio's environment management specialists in cultivating ang nurturing bonsai pine tree saplings
However, there has been an increase in the use of other kinds of residual refuse, like paper materials, which have been used as replacement for plastic
No one was hurt by firecrackers in Baguio City during the New Year's Eve revelry, but two died and two were stabbed in drinking sprees greeting 2019