Bago City

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Bus Passenger Dies in Bago Collision

A Ceres bus passenger died, while about 30 others including the passenger of a tricycle and the bus driver were injured in a triple collision along the accident-prone area of Araneta Highway in Barangay Taloc, Bago City at past 9 o’clock Saturday night.

Initial Bago Police Office report identified the fatality as April Rex Narciso Villegas, 24, single of Purok Elgar in Barangay Don Jorge Araneta in Bago.

Fires Raze Brgy. Hall in Bago, House in Cadiz

Two fires occurred early this week in Negros Occidental, one ate up a barangay hall in Bago City and another one razed two houses in Cadiz City Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively.

Fire the Barangay Hall of Barangay Tabunan in Bago City and residential house in Cadiz City Wednesday and Tuesday respectively.

In Bago, Barangay Tabunan Captain Maria May Claridad Suarez said that she was only informed by her barangay tanods and utility worker that a fire razed their barangay hall at around 6:30 in the morning.

Bago City Supports DOH ‘Iwas Paputok’ Campaign with Lights of Bago Fireworks Show on Jan. 1

The City of Bago led by Mayor Nicholas M. Yulo supports this this year’s anti-firecracker campaign of the Department of Health (DOH) which carries the theme, “Iwas Paputok, Fireworks Display ang Patok! Makiisa Sa Fireworks Display sa inyong Lugar.”


Photo by Quino Yao during the Lights of Bago 2016.

Bago City Conducts Anti-illegal Drugs Summit  

The City Government of Bago in collaboration with the Department of Interior and Local Government and Liga ng mga Barangay conducted an Anti-Illegal Drug Summit at the Bago City Coliseum. This is in line with the national government’s intensive campaign against the trafficking and use of dangerous drugs and other similar substances.


(L-R) David Mark Maramba of PDEA, Vice Mayor Ramon Torres, Mayor Nicholas Yulo, Bago City PNP Chief David Cachumbo and PSupt. Rosauro Francisco of NOCPPO.*

Capitol Employee Told to Submit Side of Accident

The Capitol employee involved in a vehicular accident that left a nurse and three others seriously injured on May 8 in Bago City will be required to submit his side of the incident, provincial legal officer Jose Ma. Valencia said yesterday.

Valencia said that the Provincial Legal Office has been directed by Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. to conduct an administrative investigation into the accident involving Rodrigo Salazar, an employee of the Office of the Provincial Agriculturist.