Monthly Archives: April 2016

3 more NPA rebels yield

THREE NPA members brought along their firearms as they surrendered to different  units of the 10th Infantry Division

Posted in Latest News

All systems go for bypass road linking Toril, Panabo

THE DEPARTMENT of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has poured P394 million this year for the first phase

Posted in Latest News

SCENE CITY| Media night at KJC, a traditional get-together

IT IS a once-a-year gathering for media that brings us to the Kingdom of Jesus Christ Compound in Davao City.

Posted in Lifestyle

CULTURAL POTPOURRI| Celebrating Mother’s Day @ Seda Abreeza

CARE of the family and the home have been seen as women’s preordained, biologically appropriate tasks in all historical eras. 

Posted in Lifestyle

EDITORIAL| At the front seat of history

JOURNALISM, according to Philip Graham, is the “first rough draft to history.”  Graham (1915-1963) was a newspaper publisher and the chief executive officer of Washington Post.

Posted in Opinion

ROUGH CUTS| We’ve walked the corridors of the Times

WE ARE back with the Times for over a year already. This time however, we have evolved into another sphere

Posted in Opinion

TIMESMAN| Timesmen mark 70th year today!

TO REACH 70 is quiet impossible in the history of a community newspaper that underwent the horrors of war

Posted in Opinion

34 local establishments awarded for upholding consumers’ rights

THE DEPARTMENT of Trade and Industry (DTI) has recognized 34 establishments in the region that uphold

Posted in Business

Union Bank and partners to hold e-commerce forum

THE Aboitiz-led Union Bank and its partners are bringing Ureka Forum, an event that promotes electronic commerce (e-commerce, on July 23 in the city.

Posted in Business

Sickening stench

Residents cry foul over ‘stink’ coming from pig farm RESIDENTS of Barangay Tacunan and Ula in Tugbok District sought the city council’s help regarding the alleged foul smell coming from a nearby piggery.

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