Benjie Magalong

No Corruption in Baguio City Public Market Project—Magalong

Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong recently dispelled corruption allegations over the award of the P6-billion Baguio City public market development project. The city government was accused of giving undue preference to SM...
Baguio City

Lockdown, Stricter Border Control as COVID-19 Cases in Baguio Reaches 100

The local government of Baguio City has implemented stricter measures in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus disease after the city saw a surge in the number of confirmed...
Baguio City curfew hours

Shorter Curfew Hours Start Today

Starting today, Friday, October 23, Baguio City will observe shortened curfew hours to help businesses recover as the city gradually opens its economy. Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong said that curfew hours...
106-year-old man recovers from Covid-19

Oldest Filipino to Recover from Covid-19 is a 106-year-old man from Baguio City

Baguio City Health Service Office reported that a 106-year-old resident of the city has recently recovered from the coronavirus disease. As such, he may be the oldest person in the country to...
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Baguio, to Gradually Open to Tourist by September

The City of Pines will gradually open for tourism activities, with regulated, controlled-entry, and monitored movement of visitors. The Baguio City government announced that it targets to reopen for tourists by September...
Forest House closing down

After 19 Years, Baguio’s Forest House is Closing

Best known for its home-cooked meals and memories of Christmas holidays, Baguio City’s Forest House has bid farewell to its loyal patrons after 19 years of operating as a hotel and...
Baguio City

Tourism Picks Up as Baguio Receives More Visitors

Baguio’s tourism is gradually regaining strength as the city allows more visitors to come inside the city despite the local government’s strict entry requirements. For Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong, the Ridge...
Baguio City cemetery visit

Cemetery Visit Schedules Start Today

In anticipation of the forthcoming All Soul’s Day and to avoid overcrowding on cemeteries, the local government of Baguio City encourages the residents to visit their dearly departed earlier. Furthermore, Baguio City...
Bike safety

Baguio City Council Looks After Bikers’ Safety

To ensure public safety, Baguio City Councilor Mylen Yaranon pushes for the passage of legislation that requires the use of helmets and safety reflectors when riding a bike or scooter. Councilor Yaranon...
baguio city moratorium on cutting trees

Bill for a 10-Year Moratorium on Tree Cutting in Baguio City, Filed in Congress

In an effort to preserve and safeguard the remaining 2.5 million trees in the city, Baguio City Representative Mark Go filed a bill before the Congress that seeks a 10-year moratorium...

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