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Silay City

Teresita L. Jalandoni Prov’l Hospital Gets Dialysis Machines

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The Teresita L. Jalandoni Provincial Hospital in Silay City received four dialysis machines, in a turn over ceremony held at the hospital, yesterday.

The machines were donated by B. Braun Avitum Philippines, Inc. whom Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. expressed his gratitude.


Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. and Vice Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson together with Rep. Albee Benitez of the Third District, Vice Mayor Mark Golez of Silay City, Chief of Hospital Dr. Girlie Pinongan, Provincial Consultant Roy Balicas at the turn-over of four dialysis machines at the Teresita L. Jalandoni Provincial Hospital in Silay City, yesterday.* (Capitol photo)

Silay City Kagawad Stabbed Dead

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A village councilman, also a contractor of sugarcane in Talisay City was stabbed dead Sunday.

Supt. Joeresty Coronica, Talisay City police chief, identified the victim as Romeo Quachon, alias “Roming”, 54, married, a kagawad of Barangay VI (Hawaiian), Silay City.

Quachon sustained multiple stab wounds in the body and was pronounced dead on arrival at Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital.

Coronica identified the suspect as Leonardo Belarmino, 22, single, resident Barangay Zone 10, Talisay City.

Armor Van Driver Charged in Court

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The armor van driver that smashed a top-down tricycle driven by a woman and one male passenger that resulted to their death has been charged with reckless imprudence resulting to double homicide cases in court.

Police Officer 3 Pacifico Alba, Silay City traffic investigator identified the victims as Alan Espeda, 60, and Nancy Fernandez, 48, all of Barangay Eustaquio Lopez, Silay City Wednesday afternoon.

The armor van was driven by Rolan Islam of Metro Manila and is speeding on its way to Silay City running opposite direction when the accident happened.

Cayetano Provides Funds to Fight Loan Sharks  

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Silay City - Senator Alan Peter Cayetano is providing funds for small income groups to fight loan sharks preying on them.

Cayetano turned over Friday a second round of funding for the Silay TODA Federation through his PTK lending program.

“Tricycle drivers shouldn’t see their budgets strapped by high interest rates from 5/6 lenders – they deserve fair loans,” said Senator Cayetano.

“They move goods and people that help the economy here in Bacolod and Negros Occidental and across the country. They deserve our help and support,” he said.

Grande-Hawaiian Alumni Ink MOA Re OSY Computer Training

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Considering that many of the youths in Brgy Hawaiian, Silay City, Negros Occidental can not pursue college education due to poverty being dependent on hacienda livelihood, the Hawaiian Philippine Company Elementary School Batch 85 Alumni Association and the Grande Computer Outreach and Training Center, a program of El Grande Foundation, Inc, based in Mississipi, USA, have agreed to conduct free training on computer hardware servicing in the said barangay.