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2 boys killed in Dalaguete fire

October 17, 2012


by Jhunnex Napallacan and Joy Cherry S. Quito   Two cousins, aged four and three, were burned to death after they were trapped in a burning bamboo house in barangay Catolohan, Dalaguete town, southern Cebu. The cause of the fire has yet to be established. Jayden Sidney Indig, 4,  and John Mark Jorolan, 3,  were  […]

Two killed, others hurt in weekend accidents

September 17, 2012


A 14-year-old boy and a 33-year-old woman died while several persons were injured in separate vehicular accidents in southern Cebu last week. A pick-up driven by a 47-year-old barangay captain bumped a trisikad in barangay Poblacion, Carcar City, killing one passenger and injuring two others as well as the driver yesterday. Rodley Gleocam was declared […]

Construction worker kills pa-in-law, stabs wife and nephew at home

May 15, 2012


Angered over her refusal to reconcile with him, a construction worker stabbed his wife and his father in-law in Dalaguete town, southwest of Cebu last Monday evening. Rolando Plarisan followed his wife Maricel to the Mantalungon, Dalaguete public market and tried to convince her to come back with him at their home in Guihulngan town, […]

Experts ‘Boiling water’ caused by recent quake

February 25, 2012


Geologists said “boiling water” found in the sinkhole in Dumanjug town, Cebu, was not caused by volcanic activity. It may be caused by a “liquifaction process,” said Dr. Arturo Daag, chief science research specialist of the Geology and Geophysics Division of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Philvocs). Daag made the disclosure amid the […]