JERRY HERNANDEZ

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TARLAC: The second day of the transport strike did not gain much attention from jeepney operators and drivers here as they called it business as usual. Most members of jeepney operators and drivers associations continued to transport commuters along the city’s main district to and from all points outside the…

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GERONA, Tarlac: This town is racing against its contemporary, the 1st class municipality of Capas to become the province’s second metropolis next to the capital city of Tarlac. Mayor Eloy Eclar, in a media forum, said Gerona is preparing more challenging moves to become a premier community by becoming a…

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TARLAC: Central Luzon posted the most number of barangay (village) micro business enterprises (BMBEs) in the country from January to June this year. Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Regional Director Judith Angeles said 47 Negosyo Centers in the region have assisted 1,258 establishments in registering as BMBE from January…

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CAPITOL HILL, Tarlac: Devotees of the Blessed Virgin Mary are invited to visit the Museo ng Tarlac for the month-long Marian exhibit here to see the different images of Jesus’ mother, some of which came from the Dioceses of Bulacan and Metro Manila. The exhibit, now on its 8th year,…

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TARLAC: Local government units (LGU) in Central Luzon are getting high trust ratings in their frontline services and processing of business permit with an average of 8.07 percent, according to the 2017 Customer Experience Survey that the National Competitiveness Council and Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) conducted. The survey…

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TARLAC: A brewing dispute between the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) and the local government unit (LGU) of San Jose here resulted in another round of delay for the construction of Balog-Balog mega-dam in Barangay Maamot. NIA-Tarlac spokesman Edgar Ubaldo revealed this after their office received reports that heavy equipment transporting…

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TARLAC CITY: Gelyn Ular, 15, of barangay San Roque was a promising football player until a kick on her right resulted in the discovery of a serious illness that crushed her dream. The incident took place during a futsal game last October 2016, where Ular scored her team’s first and…

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CAPAS, Tarlac: Jobs await the 453 drug reformists here as construction works in New Clark City at Clark Special Economic Zone is expected to start soon. Mayor Reynaldo Catacutan said graduates of Central Luzon’s biggest reformatory center will be gathered to form a cooperative that will serve as channel to…

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CAMILING, Tarlac: Third year Animal Science student Brian Robillos topped the on-the-spot poster-making contest of the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) at Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU). Robillos’ work, which portrays unity among the 10 member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, bested 14 other contestants, bringing home a certificate…

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TARLAC: The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) recently reactivated Task Force Kalinga: Sagip Katutubo to stop rampant mendicancy in Central Luzon. The task force has been commissioned to increase awareness and promote advocacy towards the full implementation of Presidential Decree 1563, otherwise known as the Anti-Mendicancy Law. The…

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