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Loving partnership behind ‘Remember Me,’ ‘Let It Go’

  LOS ANGELES---"I love Kristen more and more every day. She is my best friend. To get to spend as much time together, which is pretty much every day, I am the luckiest guy in the world," Fil-Am Robert "Bobby" Lopez gushed about his personal and professional collaboration with his wife, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, which has produced songs like "Remember Me" and "Let It Go." "I can't top that," Kristen quipped about her husband's outburst of affection. Married since 2003, Bobby and Kristen composed the songs for the Pixar films "Coco" and "Frozen," the stage musical "Up Here" and the Walt Disney World production of "Finding Nemo---The Musical." Their "Let It Go" (from "Froze...Keep on reading: Loving partnership behind ‘Remember Me,’ ‘Let It Go’.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerJan 13th, 2018

US Embassy partners with PSC for basketball clinics

A two-day goodwill basketball camp has wrapped up at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum. The US Embassy, in partnership with the Philippine Sports Commission and the Alaska Aces, concluded a special series of sports clinics Tuesday in Manila. Over the course of three sessions in two days, select Jr. NBA Philippines coaches, with special guests Alana Beard and Cherokee Parks, conducted classes with a couple hundred kids, working on their basic basketball skills. Beard, a four-time WNBA All-Star, and Parks, a former NBA first-round pick, are in the country as NBA Sports Envoys to help out with various programs in coordination with the U.S. State Department Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs. "In the United States, we know that the Philippines is a big basketball country and we love it. Thank you for having us here, thank you for listening, and thank you for playing hard," Parks said. Parks, who played for a number of NBA teams including the Golden State Warriors, encouraged the kids to keep grinding even though coaches like him are not always around. "Doing it solo, that's when it's difficult but that's what makes you better if you do it by yourself. If you're doing things on your own, you motivate yourself [that's what takes you to the next level]," he added. Beard added that it's important to keep the fire burning and urged the kids to continue with their passion in basketball. "Keep loving the game, keep dreaming big and if you work hard, I promise you can achieve eveything you want in life," she said.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 2nd, 2018

30 Teams in 30 Days: Can Wizards realize their potential?

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com What offseason? That's a question many fans ask as the flurry of trades, free agent news and player movement seems to never stop during the summer. Since the Golden State Warriors claimed their third title in four years back on June 8 (June 9, PHL time), NBA teams have undergone a massive number of changes as they prepare for the season ahead. With the opening of training camps just around the corner, NBA.com's Shaun Powell will evaluate the state of each franchise as it sits today -- from the team with the worst regular-season record in 2017-18 to the team with the best regular-season record -- as we look at 30 teams in 30 days. * * * Today's team: Washington Wizards 2017-18 Record: 43-39, lost in first round to Toronto Raptors Who's new: Dwight Howard (free agency), Jeff Green (free agency), Troy Brown, Jr. (Draft), Austin Rivers (trade) Who's gone: Marcin Gortat (trade), Mike Scott (free agency) The lowdown: With John Wall limited to half a season because of knee surgery, Bradley Beal became a leading man and, on some nights, pushed the boundaries of stardom. If anything, he gave the Wizards confidence in knowing that, when the pair is healthy, Washington boasts a top-three-or-four backcourt in the NBA. Forward Otto Porter Jr. was third in the NBA in 3-point shooting (a blistering 44.1 percent) and served as a secondary source of scoring. However, the Wizards weren’t so clear-cut elsewhere. The frontline continued to be a source of mixed results and frustration and, other than Kelly Oubre Jr., depth was an issue. The Wizards went chilly late in the season, lost nine of their last 12 games and dropped to the eighth seed. In some ways, the Wizards are on the clock. They must seize the opportunity to win big while Wall, 27, and Beal, 25, are still in their primes. Yet they’ve rarely stayed healthy together and besides, nothing is promised. Remember, the Toronto Raptors broke up the sterling DeMar DeRozan-Kyle Lowry backcourt this summer when their patience finally ran out. Also, keep in mind the cost. Wall’s super max deal doesn’t begin until 2019-20. Beal is due $80 million the next three years, roughly the same money Washington will pay Porter Jr., who’s a good (but perhaps overpriced) complimentary player. For the time being, the Wizards will put their frontcourt faith in Dwight Howard, who arrives about five years past his prime, but should be an upgrade over Gortat. Howard, 32, came cheap after his Brooklyn Nets buyout and remains a deluxe rebounder (12.5 per game last season). The decision to bring in Howard could be the banana peel in the path of progress, however. This is his fourth team in four years. His “act” -- being easy-going, goofy and fun-loving -- didn’t play well with some previous teammates, including, among others, Kobe Bryant and James Harden. Howard is headed to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and anyone who believes otherwise is foolish -- the man did carry the Orlando Magic to the 2009 NBA Finals. For a seven-year stretch, he was one of the game’s biggest impact players. Yet his twilight is bewildering, which is not surprising. Howard never developed his offensive game (namely a go-to move or mid-range shot) and as a result, he’s a dinosaur in a changing environment, someone who shrinks considerably when he strays six feet from the basket. Plus, he’s not the defensive demon of before, although he stays in tremendous physical shape and still runs the floor. There’s also the matter of his personality, which might be overstated to a degree, yet was an issue ever since he left the Magic. Howard appears to be on a mission to please everyone and in the process, tends to ruffle some feathers along the way. Finally, he often becomes irritated when he doesn’t see the ball in the low post. He won’t get many touches on a team with Wall and Beal taking upwards of 35 shots a night. (Ball movement and sharing was a complaint Gortat voiced at times in the past, too.) Over the summer, Wall said he will do whatever he can to make Howard comfortable ... because what’s the alternative? Since Beal joined Wall in 2012-13, they have won three playoff series together -- but have never reached the East finals. However, the East is wide open this year with LeBron James out West. The Wizards chose not to trade Oubre Jr. in the offseason, but this situation bears watching. He’s a developing player at a stacked position, and the swingman spot became even more crowded when the Wizards drafted Brown, who’s cut in the same mold. It wouldn’t be surprising if the Wizards move Oubre Jr. or Porter Jr. by the trade deadline if the right deal comes along, simply because Washington can’t pay both. Plus, Oubre Jr. is eligible for a contract extension next summer. Brown, 19, brings court vision and a reliable handle, but it's hard to see him playing much given the bodies in front of him on the depth chart. After all the quality big men and point guards were gone (and they passed on picking Michael Porter Jr.), Washington was in a weird position at No. 15 in the Draft. They could either trade the pick or Draft a wing-type. They traded Gortat for Rivers, who’s listed at point guard but lacks the court vision and ability to create for others to see much time at the position. Rivers is more of a 3-point shooter, and he did well enough (37.8 percent) last season to ably bring that element off the bench. For the most part, the Wizards made minor moves this summer, none of which are expected to dramatically change the complexion of the club. It should be enough to keep them in the playoff mix, especially with LeBron gone. From there, their hopes will be tied to their health. Veteran NBA writer Shaun Powell has worked for newspapers and other publications for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here or follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 15th, 2018

Officer’s death leaves family without main source of support

HE was a good breadwinner, a dedicated son and a loving father. That is how parents and wife of SPO1 Roderick Balili will remember him, they said during his wake in St. Peter’s Funeral Homes in Barangay Lorega San Miguel, Cebu City. They refrained from answering questions related to the police operative’s death, now the… link: Officer’s death leaves family without main source of support.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsAug 13th, 2018

ASEAN insight: A glimpse in the eyes of a youth leader

ASEAN insight: A glimpse in the eyes of a youth leader Vox Bikol Sat, 12/09/2017 - 01:35 PILI, Camarines Sur, Dec.06 (PIA) ---  “It’s unbelievable! The experience seemed so surreal but I was there, flesh and body, and have represented the Philippines as one of the delegates to the #NOWASEAN 2017Conference, promoting among others, the significant role of the youth in understanding climate change and disaster resilience in ASEAN countries.” Emman Cleodoro, Coordinator of El Verde Youth for Climate Action and  Environment, Disaster Management and Emergency Response Office (EDMERO) Environmental Advocacy Officer  of the Provincial government of Camarines Sur was the lone representative of the country and was among the youth leaders from different countries chosen to participate in the conference in commemoration of the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of ASEAN and the Philippines’ National Day for Youth in Climate Action  held at Sofitel Philippine Plaza, Manila last November 23 to 26. “It’s an honor and a privilege to be the representative of the Philippines in the ASEAN conference in Manila. This conference taught me a lot of things, most especially what can the youth do to create a significant impact on the country’s campaign on climate change and disaster risk reduction management. This experience is something that I will treasure for the rest of my life,” Cleodoro humbly stated. At the prime of his youth at 27, Emman as he is fondly called by friends and colleagues had been advocating a cleaner and greener environment for the past 5 years under the helm of EDMERO. He owed his achievements to his mentors and points to EDMERO Chief Lucena “Che” Bermeo and the dynamic and young Camarines Sur Governor Migz Villafuerte as the source of his fervor to passionately pursue his environmental advocacy and share it with the young crowd. One of the highlights of the conference, Emman narrated was the adoption of the Southeast Asian Youth in Climate Action and Disaster Resilience Network (SAYCAN) Framework Agreement. The agreement binds the youth in a commitment to advocate youth empowerment on climate action and disaster resilience by promoting education and capacity building, engaging champions and strengthening partnership with other environmental stakeholders through online and on-ground strategies. ““The NowASEAN Conference is an initiative of the Filipino youth-led climate action undertaking dubbed as #NowPH or Not on our Watch Philippines. One of their outputs is the adoption of the SAYCAN Framework agreement.  It played a significant role in gathering signatures for the adoption of the Paris agreement held in France in 2015,” Emman elaborated. SAYCAN hopes to bring young people towards a common understanding of the ill effects of climate change and what the community can do to alleviate the impact of any catastrophe in their areas.  To do this, education and capacity building, including engaging environmental champions and stakeholders is a must. It is also important to build partnership, establish and strengthen them by the use of various strategies, both online and on-ground thereby engaging more and more stakeholders to take part in the fight to win back greener days and a safer environment for the next generation. “In the years that I have served as Environmental Advocacy Officer, I have seen the prowess and competence of the youth to promote a climate and disaster-resilient way of life and pursue sustainable development.  Meeting other ASEAN youth leaders coming from our neighboring ASEAN countries, only proves that we are all attuned towards this one vision of creating a haven of environment loving people who is as concerned as I am in ensuring that our children’s children will still have a place which they can call “home” in the upcoming years.”  (LSMacatangay, PIAV/Camarines Sur)  .....»»

Category: newsSource:  voxbikolRelated NewsAug 9th, 2018

Hundreds flock to 1st Regional Sulit Barangay Forum in CamSur

Hundreds flock to 1st Regional Sulit Barangay Forum in CamSur Vox Bikol Mon, 08/06/2018 - 18:03 NAGA CITY, July 31 (PIA) – A total of 271 constituents of Barangay Concepcion Pequeña here, not to mention some pedicab drivers and bystanders listening outside the barangay’s covered court attended the 1st ever SSS Sulit Barangay forum in the region. The activity, spearheaded by the Social Security System (SSS) in partnership with the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) Camarines Sur Provincial office is part of the wide information dissemination campaign of SSS to ensure that all its members are informed of their benefits and privileges. SSS Naga Member Services Section CEO I Mercy B. Delfin explained to the attendees that membership is open to all residents, whether they are working, self-employed or as voluntary members. “It doesn’t matter if you are working or not, the important thing here is you are willing to pay your contributions. Don’t think of it as part of your expenses, think of your contributions as part of your investment and savings. It will not only benefit you but also your loved ones,” Delfin added. Delfin underscored the importance of raising the awareness of the members for them to appreciate the benefit of “investing” for their future. “Let us think about the future, we will all grow old. We need to prepare when calamity strikes us. All of us will need assistance. We just have to remember that SSS membership is a privilege,” Delfin said in her discussion. Delfin also informed the residents of the innovations that SSS is doing to ensure that their contributions are safely encoded under their names. “One of the improvements that we are now implementing is the issuance of the Payment Reference Number or PRN to ensure that what you give will be properly accounted under your names.” She also encouraged SSS clients to avail of the services being offered by Bayad Centers in selected malls and accredited banks for them to avoid the long queue at the SSS office. SSS Naga Acting Assistant Branch Head Jogar B. Tosoc explained that currently SSS Naga branch building is undergoing renovation to give better service and ease to their clients. SSS opened a service office at the 3rd Floor of Robinsons Naga to accommodate payments and other transactions. It will be open Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (LSMacatangay-PIAV/Camarines Sur).....»»

Category: newsSource:  voxbikolRelated NewsAug 9th, 2018

Why you should read 2 below-the-belt books

  Your mantra for the week: "One loving act can make a difference in the world."   As promised, here are more ways of developing your lovingness. As we make them a habit, we not only open doors to more harmonious relationships, but, also, the gates of success are left unobstructed.   11) Plant a tree, keep your immediate environment clean, and help improve a debilitating, negative social condition.   12) Remember to send birthday greetings to friends.   13) Keep the bathroom and toilet clean for the next user, whether in private or public places.   14) Watch your tone, you may sound like you are hating rather than loving. ...Keep on reading: Why you should read 2 below-the-belt books.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 4th, 2018

Did Alexis Ohanian fly Serena Williams to Italy because of her dinner craving?

Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian's relationship is pretty crazy. Remember when he surprised her with a carousel at their wedding? It seems his grand gestures aren't over. A few days ago he posted a photo of the two of them on a gondola ride in Venice. In the caption he said, "She wanted Italian for dinner, so..." Is he implying that he flew the family there for a quick getaway? It's possible. A post shared by Alexis Ohanian Sr. (@alexisohanian) on Jul 21, 2018 at 2:30pm PDT Serena also posted a video from their trip. "Loving family time in beautiful Italy." Also, this drone shot is pretty cool. I want a video like this from now on when I go on all of my vacation...Keep on reading: Did Alexis Ohanian fly Serena Williams to Italy because of her dinner craving?.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 24th, 2018

Death in drug war aborts a Father’s Day date for 4 kids

  In a small multipurpose hall in Sta. Cruz, Manila, where the shanties and houses rattle every now and then as trains pass through the neighborhood, Alexander Dimalanta's family mourns his death so close to Fathers' Day.   On June 14, the 25-year-old tricycle driver was shot dead inside the Manila North Cemetery after allegedly shooting it out with police officers during a drug buy-bust operation.   Dimalanta left behind a widow and their four young children, who remember him as a loving dad.   "I still don't know how to even begin, let alone explain to them, that their father is gone," Dimalanta's partner, Michelle, 25, said. "To be orphaned...Keep on reading: Death in drug war aborts a Father’s Day date for 4 kids.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 17th, 2018

Lourdes Corrales Razon—my kind, gentle, loving mother

Happy Mother's Day! I was in Florida last year and my children wired flowers. Thanks to bad delivery service, I never got them. What a shame. But it was the thought that counted and I felt the love.   More today than ever, I remember my mother, Lourdes Corrales Razon, kind, gentle, loving. She passed away suddenly when she was only 54. Papa grieved for her until the day he died, 20 years later.   This whole week with my sister has been full of memories of that beautiful woman. Both she and Papa are always part of our long, way-into-the-night conversations. When I think of what it means to be truly in love, they come to mind.   We always talk about Papa's ...Keep on reading: Lourdes Corrales Razon—my kind, gentle, loving mother.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 13th, 2018

Day to remember for art-loving nudists in Paris

People take part in a nudist visit of the 'Discorde, Fille de la Nuit' season exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris on May 5, 2018. AFP No shoes, no shirt, no problem: A Paris.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsMay 8th, 2018

Kings aim to bring NBA All-Star game to Sacramento

By Josh Dubow, Associated Press The Sacramento Kings are looking to bring the NBA All-Star game to California’s capital city for the first time ever. Kings owner Vivek Ranadive, Mayor Darrell Steinberg and local tourism officials are set to detail plans for the bid for the game in either 2022 or ’23 later Thursday (Friday, PHL time) and officially submit an application to the league on Friday (Saturday, PHL time). Getting the All-Star game would cap a remarkable comeback for Sacramento, which nearly lost its franchise to Seattle in 2013 before Ranadive bought the team and put together a deal to build a state-of-the-art downtown arena. “I think it would be a recognition of the fact that the city went all-in on the Kings,” Ranadive said. “It would be the ultimate recognition that the city pulled it off. There’s a love affair between the Kings and the city and the NBA. It would be an exclamation point on that love affair.” Winning the bid won’t be easy. The Golden State Warriors are seeking the game for their new arena in downtown San Francisco that is set to open for the 2019-20 season. Milwaukee is also bidding to play the game in its new arena set to open next season and other cities also will get involved. Commissioner Adam Silver said at the All-Star game last weekend in Los Angeles that he generally supports a bid from Sacramento with one major caveat. “Sacramento and the surrounding communities provide a tremendous opportunity for an All-Star. Wine country, great golf, great scenery, all kinds of wonderful things that I think people would love to visit around an All-Star. But at the end of the day, we have to have a sufficient number of hotel rooms,” he said. Ranadive said new projects will ensure that there will be enough hotel rooms to meet the NBA’s requirement of about 6,000 rooms in the area. But the bid will offer even more options with up to 1,000 rooms through a partnership with Airbnb, as well as two or three 300-room small luxury cruise ships in the Port of Sacramento. Silver said he would be open to that possibility, pointing out that USA Basketball players and guests have used cruise ships in the past for accommodations at the Olympics, including the 2016 games in Rio de Janeiro. “Not only will we meet the requirement but we’ll also give them a choice,” Ranadive said. “Do they want to be on a beautiful river? Do they want to be in a beautiful home? Or do they want to be in a hotel room? All of that will be accessible in less than 30 minutes.” The events surrounding the game will be anchored by the Golden 1 Center, with an indoor-outdoor Global Pavilion near the capitol to host concerts and food events that show off the region. The bid promises to be able to transport fans from transportation hubs to accommodations and venues in 30 minutes or less by the use of self-driving vehicles and dedicated traffic lanes. It also will show off arena that Ranadive believes raised the bar on technology and environmentalism for sports venues. There are “smart turnstiles” that allow fans to enter at more than triple the usual speed and the NBA’s first 4K ultra HD video board that stretches 84 feet long. The arena is the first professional sports venue powered completely by solar energy, saves about 1 million gallons of water a year compared to a typical venue of its size, was built with recycled material from the mall that stood at the site before construction began and gets 90 percent of its food and beverages from within 150 miles. “I think when we built the arena we had a goal that it would be the best arena that had ever been built,” Ranadive said. “It would be an iconic structure to look at. It would give the fans an experience like no other. To be able to share that with the entire basketball loving world is obviously a huge privilege and would be a treat for us to do that.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 22nd, 2018

Griffin, Clippers help LA schoolchildren with vision issues

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Every student in the Los Angeles Unified School District who needs an eye exam and glasses will be getting them in a partnership with the L.A. Clippers Foundation. The team, along with owner Steve Ballmer and star Blake Griffin, announced Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time) that over the next two years LAUSD students in kindergarten through 12th grade will be provided free exams and glasses. Of the district’s over 600,000 students, an estimated 15 to 20 percent need glasses, but don’t have them in part because their families are low income and have difficulty finding affordable vision care. “I truly believe in this program,” Griffin said. “If you get behind in first grade, then you’re behind every grade from then on.” Griffin says he was inspired to join the team’s efforts because his older brother Taylor struggled with poor vision as a child. Taylor Griffin accompanied his brother to Lovelia P. Flournoy Elementary in south Los Angeles on Tuesday. “I was always so jealous that he got to wear glasses and I didn’t. I wanted to do everything he did,” Griffin said. “I remember thinking about like the next time I go to the eye doctor I might just fudge this test a little bit so I could get some glasses, but I never did.” Blake Griffin put glasses on a succession of students who lined up to meet him. “The kids were very, very excited,” he said. “It’s also really cool because they get to pick out their glasses, they get to pick out the color, it makes it like personal for them. When you get to do something like that and not just wear a generic pair of glasses, I think they really take pride in it.” The eye exams are underway at all LAUSD schools. The program includes student visits to Clippers games and future school visits by Ballmer, Griffin and other Clippers. Three years ago, the Clippers worked with non-profit Vision To Learn to bring vision services to 12,000 students in Inglewood. Last year, the team helped 80,000 students in Long Beach, and now the program is expanding all over Los Angeles......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 17th, 2018

POPA prepares for the 2nd agri-aqua forum

By Gail T. Momblan THE Panay Organic Producers Association (POPA) in partnership with the Provincial Government is gearing up for the second agri-aqua investment forum set on Nov. 7-9, 2018. POPA executive director Larry Nacionales, former regional director of the Department of Agriculture (DA)-6, said there are still available slots for interested participants. POPA expects […] The post POPA prepares for the 2nd agri-aqua forum appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated News13 hr. 50 min. ago

Catholics asked to regard devotion to Padre Pio as testament of faith

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/ 17 Oct) – Hundreds trooped to San Pedro Cathedral on Tuesday, the last night of the public veneration of Padre Pio’s incorrupt heart relic in Davao City, where Mati Archbishop Abel Agipo urged Catholics to remember the once-in-a-lifetime visit not only as a memory on social media but also as testament to […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsOct 17th, 2018

Landbank strengthens partnership with LGUs for countryside dev t& '2013266080;

BAGUIO CITY, Oct. 17 (PIA) -- In effort to strengthen partnerships with the different local government units to help push countryside development, the Land Bank of the Philippines kicked off its LG.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsOct 17th, 2018

Asian MMA star slams ‘shocking’ Las Vegas brawl

Asia's highest-ranked mixed martial artist said fighters must remember they're idols for children as he slammed last week's "shocking" scenes after Conor McGregor's defeat to Khabib Nurmagomedov. Chan "The Korean Zombie" Sung-jung said the post-fight violence, when Nurmagomedov and his team attacked McGregor and his entourage in images beamed around the world, had set back attempts to clean up MMA's image. "We should be inspiring kids and not shocking them," the Seoul-based featherweight said ahead of this week's Angel's Fighting MMA event in Seoul, where all profits pay medical expenses for terminally ill children. "As martial artists we are role models," added Chan, who is...Keep on reading: Asian MMA star slams ‘shocking’ Las Vegas brawl.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 17th, 2018

Toyota and Grab Philippines establish partnership

MANILA, Philippines - Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) is proud to announce its partnership with Grab, the leading online-to-offline mobile platform in Southeast Asia. What started as an initiative b.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

DAR Launches Farm Biz School in Cebu City

The Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) launched a Farm Business School (FBS) that will benefit 35 farmers who are members of the Morales Ouano Cosido Miradel Velasquez Farmers Association (MOCOMVEFA) in Brgy. Guba, Cebu City. A Memorandum of Agreement was signed on September 21, 2018 for a partnership undertaking with DAR, Brgy. Guba, Cebu City, […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

Globe, ABS-CBN to terminate mobile partnership in November

Globe, ABS-CBN to terminate mobile partnership in November.....»»

Category: financeSource:  thestandardRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

PNP leads outreach program for peace in Tandag

TANDAG CITY, Surigao del Sur, Oct 16 (PIA) -- The Police Regional Office (PRO)-13, in partnership with the Army's 36th Infantry Batallion (36IB), Provincial Government of Surigao del Sur, and City.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018