JERRY HERNANDEZ

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TARLAC CITY: Businessmen in Tarlac are bracing to strike for more development programs in response to the call to prioritize and strengthen the micro-small-medium enterprises (MSMEs). Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) Tarlac president and Tarlac SME Development Council (SMEDC) chairman Alvin Belarmino revealed this during the recent Assessment-Planning…

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CAMP MACABULOS, Tarlac City: Tarlac City police and its counterpart in Zaragoza, Nueva Ecija arrested one of the suspects in the killing of a doctor and for robbing a Japanese on the same day last week. Captured was Joseph Atentista of Santo Rosario Old, Zaragoza, former security guard at Hacienda…

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CAMP MACABULOS, Tarlac City: A drug suspect who was caught with 21 sachets of shabu was killed during a buy-bust in Barangay Tibag here at midnight on Thursday. Senior Supt. Ritchie Medardo Posadas, provincial police director, said Jhurex Caberos opened fire at an undercover policeman upon sensing that he was…

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SAN JOSE, Tarlac: The dream of local residents (Tarlaqueños) to have more than 34,000 hectares of their agricultural lands irrigated through a multi-billion-peso dam project hangs until the Sangguniang Bayan (SB or municipal council) here re-classifies a relocation site for the families that will be displaced. But municipal officials point…

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TARLAC CITY: The Department of Finance (DOF) is optimistic that the tax reform bill could help reduce the country’s poverty rate, currently pegged at 21.6 percent, to 14 percent by 2022 with 99 percent of Filipino taxpayers to benefit from it. In a discussion for the 2nd Association of Southeast…

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CAMP MACABULOS, Tarlac City: A drug suspect who was caught with 21 sachets of shabu was killed in Barangay Tibag here during a buy-bust recently. Supt. Cornelio Ordanza, Provincial Police Drug Enforcement Unit chief, said Ramon Romero pulled out his gun and opened fire upon sensing that he was dealing…

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TARLAC CITY: Forty-five-year-old Susana Alcantara refuses to stay in their house in Barangay Buenavista here and just wait for her children to provide for her needs. Instead, she wants to show her situation would not hamper her desire to make a living. She is without hands, literally. Despite her handicap,…

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TARLAC: The Department of Health (DOH) has attained 91 percent of its blood collection target in Central Luzon in the first six months of the year. Evelyn David, DOH regional medical program coordinator, said the accomplishment is in time for the observance of the National Blood Donors Month in July.…

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TARLAC: The Human Rights Watch (HRW) tagged as “discriminatory” the government’s proposal to impose the mandatory identification card system in Central Luzon (CL) as a counter-terrorism initiative. This came to fore after authorities allegedly “threatened” to further single out Muslims as part of official counter-terrorism efforts in the light of…

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TARLAC: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) regional office, through its Honor Awards Program, cited top government agencies in Central Luzon that have demonstrated exemplary frontline service to the public. Conferred with Citizen’s Satisfaction Center Seal of Excellence Award–Three Star awardees were Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF)–Balanga Member Services, Land Transportation…

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