SBMA eyes collection of P144.8-M past-due accounts

By HENRY EMPEÑO |  SUBIC BAY FREEPORT — Efforts by the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) to collect overdue rentals and other fees from business locators here are now paying off, with the agency expecting to collect some P144.8 million either through upfront settlement or payment scheme in the next five years. According to SBMA… Read More SBMA eyes collection of P144.8-M past-due accounts

Security prep in full swing for ASEAN meet in Clark

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga — Security preparations are now in full swing for the forthcoming ASEAN Defense Ministers Meeting and ADMM-Plus set to be held on October 23-24 in Clark, Pampanga. PNP Central Luzon Chief Supt. Amador V. Corpus said they would make sure that security measures are in place to achieve zero ASEAN-related… Read More Security prep in full swing for ASEAN meet in Clark

DILG, LGUs prepare map for road net development

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT — In consonance with the national government’s development agenda, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) in Zambales brought together technical personnel from local government units to prepare the roadmap for progress in the province. In coordination with the provincial government of Zambales, the DILG office conducted the “Follow-Through Activity… Read More DILG, LGUs prepare map for road net development

Biay hosts synchronized barangay assembly

STA. CRUZ, Zambales — Close to 500 barangay officials from all over the province trooped to the Oct. 8 Synchronized Barangay Assembly here at Barangay Biay, the provincial showcase barangay for Zambales. The event was organized by the provincial office of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) with the theme “Nagkakaisang Barangay: Lakas… Read More Biay hosts synchronized barangay assembly

SBMA to tap gov’t funds for major infrastructure projects

By JONAS REYES | Subic Bay Freeport SUBIC BAY FREEPORT – The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) will be requesting for allocations from the national government to fund major infrastructure projects here starting next year. SBMA Chairperson and Administrator Wilma T. Eisma said that she has already asked the national government to provide funding to fix… Read More SBMA to tap gov’t funds for major infrastructure projects

1,300 runners join environmental run in Olongapo City

CLOSE to 1,300 participants ranging from beginners, to advance and elite runners joined what organizers said was the biggest environmental run in the city so far. Dubbed as “Olongapo River Run 2017” under the flagship project “Making Riverth Possible,” the event held on Sept. 17 aims to spread environmental awareness among residents. “This is the… Read More 1,300 runners join environmental run in Olongapo City