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Rotating brownouts rule for more days?
Affected areas: Ilocos, CAR, CagValley and C. Luzon
Written by CRISTINA ARZADON AND JOANNE NAMNAMA PARROCHA posted in Ilocos Sentinel on Thursday, July 31st, 2014

The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) said consumers in northern and central Luzon should expect up to four hours of rotating brownouts while energy supply remains low. Lilibeth Gaydowen, NGCP’s communications and public affairs ...

PA Chua heads new Resiliency Task Force
Written by Excel D. Guiang posted on Thursday, July 31st, 2014

The Provincial Government of Ilocos Norte under Gov. Imee Marcos has created the Provincial Resiliency Task Force (PRTF) to play a key role in the resiliency building of local communities that are vulnerable to hazards ...

NFA, CIDG, NBI to curb any rice hoarding, smuggling, etc
Written by Ruby Jean Calapini posted in Ilocos Sentinel on Thursday, July 31st, 2014

The government on its effort to stabilize the prices of basic commodities nationwide is now on focus to the nation’s staple food–rice. To realize the idea of stabilizing prices, especially that of the basic commodities, three ...

Municipal assessor suspended for six months
Written by Excel D. Guiang posted on Friday, July 18th, 2014

LAOAG CITY, July 18 – The Office of the Ombudsman slapped a six-month preventive suspension against the municipal assessor of Vintar, Ilocos Norte. The case stemmed from a complaint wherein the town assessor allegedly asked P20,000 ...

School boy, 12, suffers heart attack inside classroom, DOA at hospital
Written by Excel D. Guiang posted on Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

LAOAG CITY, July 16– Grade 6 pupil Reinier Navarro, 12 years old, was attending his Pilipino subject at Shamrock elementary school here yesterday when he moved closer to an electric fan as he was not ...

Naluktanen ti Sta. Magdalena Bridge idiay Sarrat town
Nagyaman dagiti umili nga indauluan ni Mayor Balintona ken ni Gob. Imee Marcos gapu ti panakaipasdek ti rangtay
Written by PGIN_CMO posted in Ilocos Sentinel on Monday, July 14th, 2014

Napalaus ti ragsak dagiti umili nga agnaed kadagiti uppat a barangay iti umabagatan a paset ti Sarrat kalpasan nga indauluan ni Gob. Imee R. Marcos ti pannakalukat ti rangtay iti nadakamat a lugar. Ti uppat a ...

Bangui’s BPATs awarded at PNP rites in La Union
Written by MIRIAM P. AQUINO posted in Ilocos Sentinel on Monday, July 14th, 2014

SAN FERNANDO CITY, July 14 – The La Union police marked the Police Community Relations with a series of activities in partnership with the various sectors of the community. The month-long event recognizes the vital role ...

I.N. leads in underweight children in Region 1
Written by VENUS H. SARMIENTO posted in Ilocos Sentinel on Monday, July 14th, 2014

DAGUPAN CITY, July 14– The National Nutrition Council said the number of severely underweight and underweight children in Region 1 has dropped but the number of overweight children soared. The council’s records showed that severely underweight ...

Laoag police station adjudged Best in I.N.
It has 60 successful anti-crime police operations including 20 drug buy-bust, 11 search warrants
Written by Jun R. Guiang posted in Ilocos Sentinel on Saturday, July 12th, 2014

The Laoag Police Station headed by OIC Police Supt. Jeffrey Gorospe was adjudged as the best police station in Ilocos Norte during the past six-month period from January to June this year. A citation of commendation ...

.5M tree seedlings planted in uplands
To preserve nature and mitigate climate change--PENRO
Written by Freddie G. Lazaro posted in Ilocos Sentinel on Sunday, June 29th, 2014

More than 500,000 seedlings of timber and fruit bearing trees were planted in the mountainous areas of Ilocos Norte to mark environment month. Engr. Juan P. de los Reyes Jr., Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer ...

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