Daily Archive

May 26, 2017

Sports Journ/JT continue to hold the top spot adding 945 pin falls in Day 6 of the ongoing 2017 KMH Inter-Squad Trios Duckpin Bowling League Season 4 elimination round at Negros Super Lanes.

With Hernan Garciniego at the helm, Sports Journ/JT duckpinners toppled a three-game score of 332-284-327; while closing behind are ASSFBI Mixed bowlers managed by Sylvia Del Rosario with 935 pfs.

Sports Journ squad members are Rommel Galvan, Nilo Maghari, Henry Toga, and Henceboy Cestina.

May 26, 2017

When Roy Cordova was elected as president of the Ceneco Board of Directors, he vowed to make transparency in coop operations and transactions as the hallmark of his administration.

Roy rose from the ranks. Except for a three-year period when he was disqualified from running for re-election in the Ceneco Board, he has been with the rural electrification program since he was employed as a meter reader in 1982 and became president of the labor union for 15 years until his reelection last March.

May 26, 2017

From the Editor-in-Chief

After several decades dreaming of building its own world-class beach resort complete with state of the art facilities for discriminating beach goers wishing to escape the bane of climate change, Bacolod City is proud to introduce its multi-million peso RESORT NEGRENSE at the famed Barangay “Punta Taytay” which is now being transformed into the capital city’s newest point of destination, barely 45 minutes by land transport from the Bacolod-Silay Airport of International Standard nearby Silay City.

May 26, 2017

Bacolod City recorded a 96 percent increase in dengue cases in the first five months of 2017, records at the City Health Office (CHO) showed.

Dr. Grace Tan, head of the CHO Environmental Sanitation Division, said that from January to May 20 this year, Bacolod has total of 310 dengue cases, with an increase of 96.2 percent compared to the same period last year with only 158 cases.

The fifth victim is a 12-year-old girl from Barangay Handumanan who passed away on May 18.

Bacolod has only death during the same period last year.

May 26, 2017

A 6-year-old boy was drowned in Villa Cordilla Mountain Resort, Barangay Camindangan, Sipalay City around 8:30 a.m. yesterday, May 25.

Chief Inspector Romeo Vargas, Sipalay City PNP chief identified the victim as Jero Permel, 6 years old, resident of Barangay 5, Sipalay City.

Police said the boy was left unattended when he went to the swimming pool.

The victim was with his grandparents, uncles and aunts and other relatives when they went to the said mountain resort.

May 26, 2017

Two persons were killed and two of their companions injured when they were hit by an Isuzu cargo truck descending on a hilly road at access road in Barangay Paraiso, Sagay City around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Police Chief Inspector Robert Mansueto, Sagay City PNP chief identified the fatalities as Antonio Castillon Dandoy, 65, married, of Barangay Bato, Sagay City and Samuel Sasi Tanjusay, 50, married, of Purok Marang, Barangay Bato, Sagay City.

May 26, 2017

The members of Sangguniang Panlungsod of Bacolod City approved the resolution authored by Councilor Ricardo Tan, expressing intense condemnation over the violence in Marawi City reportedly perpetrated by the Maute group. Tan also call the national government to give justice to all victims of the said violence

May 26, 2017

“Chapel of Saints is very beautiful. It is a desire for connectivity with God, to keep our faith alive. For us people to come, to ignite, to inflame the desire of their heart to the Divine.” These were the words of Bishop Patricio A. Buzon of the Diocese of Bacolod during the blessing of the newly constructed Chapel of Saints at the San Sebastian Cathedral beside LCC just behind the Cathedral Centennial Bells yesterday, May 25.

(L-R) Pert Toga, Editor-in-Chief, Negros Daily Bulletin, with Bishop Patricio A. Buzon of the Diocese of Bacolod, Rev. Fr. Felix Pasquin-Rector, San Sebastian Cathedral, Jerry Sy-Donor, Contractor of the Chapel of Saints, San Sebastian Cathedral and Rev. Fr. Naring De La Cruz.*(Jun de los Reyes/NDB photo)

May 26, 2017

By Kristine G. Alonso

Love Radio 91.9 launched another outreach activity covering Barangay Felisa and Barangay 14 in Bacolod City earlier this month, and it has come to the public's awareness how the station extends charities with a little bit of fun.

LOVE RADIO 91.9. Residents of Barangay 14 enjoying their gifts and prizes with DJ’s Sexy Terry, Tommy Tambay, Matthew Dancer and Totoy Bato.*

May 26, 2017

Passengers of seacrafts coming to Negros island should expect stricter security inspections as the full alert status is raised in the Negros Island Region (NIR).

Chief Supt. Edmund Gonzales, NIR acting police regional director conducted his first command conference to discuss security preparations in anticipation of possible spillover to their areas.

Gonzales said he has ordered a “strengthening of target hardening measures, intelligence gathering and monitoring and coastal areas patrolling.”

May 26, 2017

Resorts Negrense, a 14-hectare resort and hotel development of the Rojas family, situated at the heart of Punta Taytay, Bacolod City, announces its soft opening today, May, 26, 2017. The resort will open its swimming pool, kiddie playground and casitas to day trippers, along with its two restaurants, Comedor that offers a delectable Spanish inspired menu, and The Grill, where guests can order their favorite Filipino food, perfect for the whole family, especially prepared by its Food and Beverage Director, Mia Poblador.

Chief advocate and architect of the multi-million peso Resorts Negrense Enrique “Nene” Rojas poses with Pres. & Editor-in-Chief at Resorts Negrense.*

May 26, 2017

To address the mounting complaints of Bacolodnons regarding poor water supply, a forum will be conducted at 3 p.m. today at the MassKara Hall of the Bacolod City Government Center, according to Mayor Evelio Leonardia.

Leonardia said, BACIWA is expected to update the local government and the concessionaires on the present status of the water district, especially on the reason for the scarcity of its supply in the city.