One way scheme up in Kennon Road

TO LESSEN traffic congestion, Kennon Road will be open for one-way traffic only from April 1 to 3.

While trip from Manila was made faster because of the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway, going up to Baguio was made slower because of the different road construction done in the city.

LTO to enforce no plate, no travel policy

UNREGISTERED vehicles will not be allowed to travel starting Wednesday, April 1.

The Department of Transportation and Communication-Land Transportation Office will strictly implement the "No Registration, No Travel" policy starting Wednesday to ensure all vehicles will bear their identities in this peak season of traveling.

BCDA-CJHDevco dispute might reach Congress

THE Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) and Camp John Hay Development Corporation (CJHDevco) dispute may reach the Senate for inquiry.

Senator Francis Escudero, in a press conference Saturday, said he is willing to author a resolution calling for the Senate inquiry.

RDC execs undergo culture seminar

THE Cordillera is one yet still diverse.

The Regional Development Council held a seminar on cultural heritage March 25 to 27 for members of the council, including the private sector to learn more about the varied cultural practices in the region.

Mayor junks probe into alleged fraud

MAYOR Mauricio Domogan stressed the Baguio City Government cannot investigate the alleged irregularities during the 2013 elections saying a case has already been filed relevant to the issue.

"It might be misunderstood if we do that because there is already a pending case," he said stressing it is better for the city government to just wait for the progress and result of the case filed.

Mayor to BCDA: ‘Honor the 19 conditions’

THE 19 conditionalities set under Resolution 362 must be honored.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan stressed there is no reason the 19 conditionalities will no longer be considered valid just because the contract between the Bases Conversion Development Authority and Camp John Hay Development Corporation has been rescinded.

Baguio council rejects Beneco's EVRP

THE Early Voluntary Retirement Program (EVRP) must first be approved before implemented.

This was the firm stand of the City Council of Baguio on the EVRP of Benguet Electric Cooperative (Beneco), which started March.

Carnival set at Jadewell area

SHOULD the Jadewell parking in Burnham Park be used as space for an amusement park?

This is the question yet to be answered by the City Government now that the Jadewell area in Burnham Park is being eyed for several uses this summer.

Mayor: Road works are not city’s projects

ONGOING road works in Baguio City are not the city government's projects.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan clarified the ongoing road rehabilitation in the different parts of the city, already causing monstrous traffic, is not the project of the city government but of the Department of Public Works and Highway-Central Office.

SC issues TRO vs SM

SM CITY Baguio was ordered to stop the tree-cutting and balling activities in Luneta Hill.

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court en banc issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the decision of the Court of Appeals dated December 12, 2014.