TODAYS TOP NEWS MONDAY NOVEMBER 20, 2017: *PANGLAO LGU SAYS THERE ARE NO VIOLATIONS COMMITTED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE 12-STOREY HOTEL ALONG ALONA BEACH CALLED AS THE IVY WALL HOTEL AND RESORTS *THE PUBLIC IS ASKED TO HELP MONITOR THE ACTIVITIES OF THE LEGAL FRONT OF THE NEW PEOPLE ARMY *A LADY COUNCILOR FROM JAGNA FACES FORMAL COMPLAINT FOR PIERCING THE EAR OF HER FELLOW KAGAWAD DURING ONE OF THEIR SESSIONS AT THE JGAN TOWN HALL .................... *GIPAABOT NGA SUPPLY GIKAN SA POWER BARGE DIDTO SA TAPAL UBAY, GIKATAKDA NA MAHUMAN NA GYUD SA DISYEMBRE NING TUIGA *LAIN NA USAB NGA IKAPASIBGARBO SA BOHOL NGA MAG HOST SA LAING HUGNA SA ASEAN MEETING SUGOD KARONG DOMINGO DIDTO SA LUNGSOD SA PANGLAO *MEDYO MISAKA ANG LEVEL; SA CRIMINALIDAD DIDHI SA LALAWIGAN SA BOHOL
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*PANGLAO LGU SAYS THERE ARE NO VIOLATIONS COMMITTED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE 12-STOREY HOTEL ALONG ALONA BEACH CALLED AS THE IVY WALL HOTEL AND RESORTS *THE PUBLIC IS ASKED TO HELP MONITOR THE ACTIVITIES OF THE LEGAL FRONT OF THE NEW PEOPLE ARMY *A LADY COUNCILOR FROM JAGNA FACES FORMAL COMPLAINT FOR PIERCING THE […]

*PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT STEPS IN THE PREPARATION OF THE COMPLAINT OF SYNDICATED ESTAFA AGAINST THE MINDANAO-BASED GROUP OF SWINDLERS WHO HAD VICTIMIZED BUSINESSMEN IN BOHOL *3,000 LAW ENFORCERS TO BE DEPLOYED TO SECURE THE LAST ROUND OF ASEAN MEETING IN BOHOL ……………… *SUBLING NAGPASIDAAN ANG PHILIPPINE PORTS AUTHORITY SA TAGBILARAN NGA HAYAN DI NA MAKASUD SA […]

*BOHOL TO HOST ANOTHER ASEAN MEETING BY END OF MONTH, THE FOURTH GATHERING OF DELEGATES FROM OTHER COUNTRIES HERE WITHIN THIS YEAR *BOHOL PROVINCIAL EMPLOYEES- MULTI PURPOSE COOPERATIVE OPEN TO VENTURE ON FUEL RETAIL BUSINESS ………………. *SUWAYAN SA NGCP ANG PAGKUHA OG KURYENTE GIKAN SA POWER BARGE NGA GIDUNGGO SA UBAY SA PANAHON NGA IPAHIGAYON […]

*GOVERNOR EDGAR CHATTO ASKS PNP CHIEF BATO DELA ROSA TO ARREST THE MINDANAO-BASED SWINDLERS WHO HAD JUST VICTIMIZED BUSINESSMEN IN BOHOL *CITY COUNCILOR AGUSTINUS GONZAGA BLAMES THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT FOR LAPSES IN MONITORING THE OPERATION AT POOK PANTALAN WHERE VENDORS COMPLAINED OF BEING ASKED TO PAY RENTAL AND ELECTRIC BILLS ………… *MASINATI NA SAB ANG […]

*BOHOL READIES FOR MORE RAINY DAYS AS THREE TYPHOONS STILL EXPECTED IN THE LAST SIX WEEKS OF 2017 *ALLEGED ROBBER-PUSHER YIELDS GRENADE, GUN, ‘SHABU’ ………… *BUKAS ANG SANGGUNIANG PANLALAWIGAN ALANG SA MGA KOMPANYA NGA BUOT MOHANYAG SA MGA EKIPO PARA KALABAYAN SA MGA BASURA SA MGA TAMBALANAN SA PROBINSIYA *ABLI ANG SYUDAD SA TAGBILARAN SA […]

*CARMEN ENVIRONMENTAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT (ESWM) OFFICE FINDS THAT THE GARBAGE DUMPED NEAR A DRAINAGE IN BARANGAY MATIN-AO IN THE TOWN OF CARMEN CAME FROM AN EMPLOYEE OF THE PROVINCIAL MOTORPOOL *THIRD DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN ARTHUR YAP, WHO ATTENDED THE ASEAN BUSINESS INVESTMENT SUMMIT (ABIS) YESTERDAY REPORTS THAT SOUTH KOREA PRESIDENT OFFERS TO BE A PARTNER […]

*ESTAFA CHARGES WILL BE FILED AGAINST THE 8 IDENTIFIED BIGTIME SWINDLERS WHO VICTIMIZED M,ORE THAN 25 BOHOLANOS OF GOODS WORTH ALMOST P4 MILLION *REP RENE RELAMPAGOS WANTS THE CREATION OF MORE TRIAL COURTS IN BOHOL AS INMATES CONTINUE TO CONGEST THE JAILS HERE AS MANY OF THEM ARE AWAITING DECISION OF THE COURT OF THE […]

*PANGLAO ISLAND AND TAGBILARAN EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (PITEC) IDENTIFIES COMMITTEE MEMBERS DURING ITS FIRST MEETING ATTENDED BY GOVERNOR EDGAR CHATTO AND OFFICIALS OF THE TWO MUNICIPALITIES OF PANGLAO ISLAND, PROVING OTHERWISE WHAT HAD BEEN REPORTED EARLIER THAT PANGLAO MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS OBJECTED TO THE CREATION OF PITEC *PINOY AQUAMAN TO SWIM FROM ALONA TO PAMILACAN ISLAND TOMORROW […]

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