WE ARE NOT TAX CHEATS—Atty. Gonzalo Duque, president of Lyceum-Northwestern University, seeks clarification on the coverage of the business tax imposed by the Dagupan City government on private educational institutions last July 25 before the Sangguniang Panlungsod in a bid to refute the accusation hurled by Mayor Benjamin Lim that some school owners are cheating [...]
TAX CODE AUTHOR ISSUES CLARIFICATION PRIVATE schools in Dagupan City will likely turn the table on the city government with the admission of former Councilor Michael Fernandez that these institutions were “not contemplated to be covered” by City Ordinance No. 1855, the Revenue Code of Dagupan.
DON’T look at us. This was the gist of the response of the office of the City Mayor to the threat of Atty. Gonzalo Duque, president of the Lyceum Northwestern University (LNU), to sue the city government over the latter’s insistence to collecting business taxes from private schools in the city.
THE chief of police of Dagupan City arrested his own cousin and two others involved in illegal drug dealing in a stake out operation conducted on July 25 in A.B. Fernandez Avenue East.
ALAMINOS CITY–Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala vowed to look into the causes massive fishkill that hit the towns of Bolinao and Anda in western Pangasinan during the first week of June.
BLOOD FOR OTHERS–Barangay officials from the various municipalities and cities in Pangasinan take part in the bloodletting held on July 28 at the Pangasinan Development and Training Center in Lingayen. The activity, dubbed as “One Blood, One Barangay, One Pangasinan”, a project of the Liga ng mga Barangay-Pangasinan chapter and the provincial government in collaboration [...]
LINGAYEN—The Pangasinan chapter of the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) has sounded the alarm over the current shortage of blood in their center due to increasing demand from patients confined in various hospitals.
SUAL—As tropical storm “Juaning” was raging in the southern part of Luzon, several sea vessels took refuge at the Sual Bay here and instantly created a fiesta atmosphere in this sleepy town.
A VISITING Canadian journalist lauded community newspapers which she said are “more real, very, very real” as the stories they feature directly affect the lives of readers.
ESPINO WITH PICPA-PANGASINAN–Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. (center) and Lingayen Mayor Ernesto C. Castańeda (right) are joined by members of Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA)-Pangasinan Chapter led by Provincial Treasurer Marilou E. Utanes (3rd from right), outgoing President Myrna U. Gonzales (2nd from right) and PICPA National President Josefina Chua (2nd from left) for [...]keep looking »