Four houses were burned down while three others were damaged when a fire struck Barangay Pasil, Cebu City yesterday morning.
Ordinary Filipinos are pretty much excited about the news, made official by Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, that Pope Francis will be in the Philippines next year, from January 15 to January 19.
The "reckless" approval of subdivision plans in Consolacion has worsened flooding in some areas, Mayor Teresa Alegado said during her recent State of the Town Address.
Three persons were arrested Thursday evening after a truckload of endangered shells, estimated to worth millions of pesos, were intercepted at a checkpoint in Barangay Batad Viejo of Batad town in Iloilo.
Business establishments have put the blame on coin shortage as the main reason why sometimes they can’t give their customers the exact change, but the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas says otherwise.
After their 17-year dominance was toppled, the University of Cebu Webmasters make no promises of taking back their throne, but it could be a strategy that defending champion University of San Carlos should be very extra careful as games in the 19th Milo Little Olympics Visayas eliminations go full blast today mainly at the Cebu City Sports Center.
Year 2012, I ended my journey at the 'Biggest Loser' camp but it only marks the beginning of a new chapter in my life. As the journey from 'fat' to 'fit' ended, I started a new journey from fat...
When you’re used to life at the top, setbacks bigger than the entire state of California naturally makes you push the panic button. In this case, the powers-that-be in an organization as storied...
With the results of the final stage unlikely to change the final overall and other classifications, I have to admit that this is the strangest of all Tour de France’s that I have watched.
Kids who misbehave are usually difficult to handle by adults and difficult to get along with by fellow children. Parents and teachers probably agree on this. Most adults try to ignore the misbehavior as much as possible, in order not to upset the child's feelings and hoping that the improprieties will just pass as the child grows.
Chris Tiu counts off the skills he had wanted to develop to no avail in his years of playing basketball. At 29, he says he has conceded to the fact that he isn’t as “athletically gifted” as sports fans conceive him to be. He’s not “as explosive” as other players, he offers. The court heartthrob further shares that he’s learned to work with what he’s got, and use his other abilities to compensate for these perceived weaknesses.