THREE young boys, including a 17-year-old minor, were arrested after they took turns in mauling and stabbing a 40-year-old driver who tried to intervene in defense of his niece who was allegedly being bullied by the suspects before dawn yesterday in Navotas city.
THE Las Piñas City hospitalization program through the Green Card Program could now be availed at the Perpetual Help Medical Center (PHMC) of Las Piñas, Mayor Imelda T. Aguilar and Vice Mayor April Aguilar-Nery announced yesterday.
SAN JUAN City Mayor Francis Zamora has ordered an investigation to find out who are responsible for the under collection of over P800 million in taxes from traders and residents based on the Commission on Audit (COA) findings.
THE Department of Tourism (DoT) yesterday lauded the initiative of the City of Manila under the leadership of Mayor Isko Moreno to develop a “tourism circuit” that would link all the heritage sites in the city to boost tourism.
PHILIPPINE National Police Intelligence Group (PNP-IG) director, Brigadier General Edgar S. Monsalve yesterday announced the arrest of three Saudi Arabian nationals accused of involvement with a most wanted Arab terrorist abroad.
POLICE in Metro Manila are averaging more than 1,000 apprehensions a day since they started strictly enforcing city and municipal ordinances aimed at disciplining Filipinos from June 13 last year to date, the Journal Group learned yesterday.
QUEZON City Mayor Joy Belmonte has issued an executive order creating the City Development Council (CDC) for QC to be more effective in setting the direction of the economic and social development in the local level.
A JAPANESE-German-Israeli fugitive who was wanted by Japanese authorities for infringement of the Copyright Law was arrested on Sunday by agents of the fugitive search unit (FSU) of the Bureau of Immigration (BI).