News Archive

  • Police Visibility Strengthened

    Bilang tugon sa sunod-sunod na ulat sa nangyari umanong bullying at extortion sa labas ng ilang paaralan sa lungsod ng Batangas, isang pagpupulong ang isinagawa ng City Peace and Order Council noong ika-10 ng Pebrero sa Gusali ng Kalikasan at Kapayapaan na dinaluhan ng mga konsernadong ahensiya ng pamahalaan at ilang pribadong sektor.

  • Best Practice on Nutrition Program Implementation

    ABC President Dondon A. Dimucuha noted with appreciation the report of PIO Letty Chua regarding the best practice of Maharlika East, Tagaytay City which could also benefit the Top 20 Barangays of Batangas City with high prevalence of malnutrition. The Board of Directors of ABC held its regular meeting yesterday, February 12 where Ms. Lucy Manalo (Nutrition Office) and Ms. Chua were invited.

  • Search for the Most Eco-Friendly Healthcare Institution in Batangas

    Judging for the Search for “Most Eco-Friendly Healthcare Institution” in Batangas City started yesterday, February 17.

    The judges for the this search are representatives of the Department of Health, Phil. Medical Association, Mother Earth Foundation, Environmental Management Board and Healthcare Without Harm.

  • Pasinaya 2015

    Different schools in Batangas City participated in the Pasinaya 2015 Open House Festival of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) on February 15 in celebration of the Arts Month every February.

    The groups of Batangas State University, University of Batangas, Lyceum of the Philippines University of Batangas, and Casa del Bambino Emmanuel Monetessori performed folk and modern dances...
  • Shot crete technology to strengthen Calumpang Dike


    The city government started last week the application of shot crete in the on-going construction of the protection wall of the Calumpang Dike. This is a modern technology to prevent soil erosion and ensure stability of the wall and safety of the public. After the shot crete, the contructor will install the gabion wall. The city government funds