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  1. Forced evacuation in Pangasinan; 5 Bulacan areas in state of calamityRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Manila Bulletin

    DAGUPAN CITY, Pangasinan/MALOLOS CITY, Bulacan - Forced evacuations have been ordered by Pangasinan Governor Amado "Pogi" Espino, III in riverside villages as Agno River continued to swell following dam discharges since the weekend. Kings of the flooded road - Trikes and rickshaws occupy major street in Dagupan city's downtown area as most areas within the city and nearby towns are still under floodwaters on Tuesday brought by rains due to enhanced southwest monsoon and high tide.

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  2. Jeepney driver killed in shootout with policeRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Sun-Star

    A JEEPNEY driver from San Simon town was killed by policemen after allegedly initiating a shootout during drug bust in Barangay San Jose Timac recently. Chief Inspector Louie Gonzaga, this town's chief of police, identified the suspect as Vergel Valencia, 52, who was identified as a source of illegal drugs in San Simon and nearby Baliuag towns.

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  3. BULACAN. Floodwaters have not subsided in Calumpit, BulacanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sun-Star

    MAKATI. Some parts of Makati are still flooded. In this photo taken at 6:30 p.m. of August 12, 2018, Mola St. Cor.

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  4. Lack of coordination may hurt rice importationRead the original story

    Monday Aug 6 | Manila Bulletin

    The government's call to traders to help boost the rice buffer stock of the National Food Authority in order to provide consumers continuous access to affordable rice may be imperiled due to lack of coordination among government agencies in implementing the presidential directive. Trader Jomerito "Jojo" Soliman, owner of Sta.

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  5. A thousand brush, strokesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 1 | Manila Bulletin

    HUNDREDS of thousands of brushstrokes is probably more accurate because the mural is the biggest ever painted in the Philippines by a Filipino artist. I am referring to Carlos Francisco, fondly called Botong, a native of Angono, Rizal, posthumously awarded the Order of National Artist for Visual Arts in 1996.

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  6. PNR reopens Caloocan to Makati rail lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 1 | Manila Bulletin

    Twenty years after closing the Philippine National Railways line from Caloocan to Dela Rosa in Makati, the Department of Transportation yesterday reopened the commuter service as part of the government's initiative to revive the country's rail system. The Caloocan-Dela Rosa line is the fastest and most cost-efficient means of transportation from Caloocan to Makati, with running time of 37 minutes.

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  7. Bulacan drug war: 12 drug suspects killed in 12 hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 1 | Manila Bulletin

    Twelve suspected criminals have been "neutralized" or killed in just 12 hours of police operations in Bulacan province, police said Wednesday. They were identified as Eugenio Tan; Alden Gerobeise; a certain "Ogag;" alias Keng-Keng; Mark Chester Manalang alias Amang; and Dexter Dispo alias Boyet.

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  8. PNR reopens Caloocan-Dela Rosa line after 20 yrsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 31 | Mintfo

    The Philippine National Railways has reopened its railway line traversing Caloocan City to Dela Rosa in Makati City after twenty years. Starting Wednesday , the railway line will have trips on the following stations: 10th Avenue, 5th Avenue, Solis, Blumentritt, Espana, Sta.

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  9. 54 people including minors rounded up in BulacanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 29 | Manila Bulletin

    Senior Supt. Chitto Bersaluna, Bulacan acting provincial director, said the 23 minors were gathered for violation of curfew hours, eight for drinking liquor in public places, seven without upper garments in public places, seven for smoking ban and nine others for violation of other ordinances of the city and towns..

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  10. Grassroots' PhilPop 2018 yields more finalists from Vis-MinRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 28 | Manila Bulletin

    From more than 1,000 submissions, the list was whittled to 100, then down to the Top 30. So, drumrolls, please, who are the Pinoy songwriters to take the next step towards battling it out for glory in PhilPop 2018? At the grand reveal held Tuesday presided over by Festival Chairman Ryan Cayabyab, along with the mentors, last year's finalists, and representatives from Viva Talent Management, they are "AEIOU" by Kenneth John Pores ; "Ako Ako" by Jeriko Buenafe ; "Away Wa'y Buwagay" by Eamarie Gilayo and Jovit Leonerio ; "Bumbero" by Michael Llave ; "Di Ko Man" by Ferdinand Aragon ; "Ikaw Ang Aking Pag-Ibig" by Mark Jay Felipe ; "Isang Gabing Pagibig" by Carlo Angelo David ; "Kariton" by Philip Arvin Jarilla ; "Kelan Kaya?" by Sarah Bulahan ; "Kilabi" by Karlo Zabala ; "Korde Kodigo" by Jeremy Sarmiento ; "Laon Ako" by Elmar Jan BolaA o and Donel Trasporto ; "LDR " by Russ Narcies Cabico ; ... (more)

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  11. MPBL: Bulacan wallops Para aqueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 26 | Manila Bulletin

    Bulacan Kuyas banked on Jay-R Taganas and Jason Melano as they walloped the ParaA aque Patriots, 77-58, Wednesday night in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Datu Cup at the Bulacan Capitol gym in Malolos. Taganas and Melano dished off double-double performances in steering the Kuyas, who are backed by Mighty Sports' Ceasar Angelo Wongchuking, to their third win in four outings.

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  12. We need a MabiniRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 25 | Manila Bulletin

    I AM writing this on the birthday of Apolinario Mabini and remembering how little I learned about him during my school days. He was alternately called the "Brains of the Revolution" or the "Sublime Paralytic" which I think is a literal translation of the Spanish "paralitico sublime"; I have not found out who originally coined that bloviated phrase, which in Tagalog sounds worse, "dakilang lumpo."

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  13. P909.7-B allotted for 'Build, Build, Build' program in 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 25 | Mintfo

    A total of PHP909.7 billion out of the proposed PHP3.757 trillion national budget for 2019 will be allotted for the construction of the flagship projects under the "Build, Build, Build" program. According to President Rodrigo Duterte's budget message recently submitted to Congress, the PHP909.7 billion for infrastructure projects represents 24.2 percent of the cash budget for 2019 or 4.6 percent of the gross domestic product .

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  14. P909.7B earmarked to bankroll - Build, Build, Build' projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 24 | Manila Bulletin

    The government has set aside P909.7 billion to bankroll the government's vital infrastructure program in the proposed P3.757-trillion national budget for 2019. President Duterte said the public spending on quality infrastructure would help increase economic activity through improved mobility, connectivity, and sustainability as well as generate more than 1.1 million jobs next year.

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  15. 29 villages in Calumpit under 1 to 4 feet of floods, 16,577 families affectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 23 | Manila Bulletin

    CITY OF MALOLOS, Bulacan-As of 6 in the evening last Monday the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council's emergency response and rescue teams were deployed in flood-hit areas of Calumpit and Hagonoy as water coming from Pampanga and Nueva Ecija has started to cascade into the two coastal towns-which has become the perennial catch basins in Central Luzon. Barangays Poblacion and San Jose in Calumpit, Bulacan were only among of the 35 villages in Bulacan province that are still submerged by flood waters yesterday.

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  16. ADB, Jica to co-finance Malolos-Clark Rail projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Sun-Star

    THE construction of the 69.5-kilometer Malolos to Clark International Airport segment of the Philippine National Railways North Phase 2 Project will be funded jointly by the Asian Development Bank and Japan International Cooperation Agency . This was disclosed by Transportation Undersecretary for Railways Timothy Batan during a press briefing in Clark.

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  17. Classes remain suspended in some Central Luzon areasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 18 | Sun-Star

    Classes in some schools in Central Luzon on Thursday, July 19, remain suspended as several areas in the region are still flooded due to the southwest monsoon enhanced by Tropical Storm "Inday." Tarlac Governor Susan Yap declared the suspension of classes in pre-elementary to senior high school levels for both public and private schools in the province.

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  18. Federalism in our pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 18 | Manila Bulletin

    IT might be interesting to glimpse at the Federal State of the Visayas and the slope of events that led to its creation. Yes, there were Filipinos who had cut their teeth on federalism long before it occurred to our sitting President to do the same thing.

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  19. Sangil: From a lethargic town to a metropolitan areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Sun-Star

    Last Wednesday, purely a coincidence, I was having breakfast at Perfect Loaf at the Nepo Mall area and met my three cabalens from my hometown of Porac. Tapa and egg were shared by businessman and former councilor Mike Tapang and newly elected Barangay Captain Rey Lapid.

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  20. Central Luzon police get new patrol carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 10, 2018 | Sun-Star

    PAMPANGA. A total of 32 brand new patrol cars were distributed to Central Luzon police stations after the blessing and turnover ceremony on Monday, July 9, 2018, at the Camp Olivas parade grounds in the City of San Fernando.

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