MERGE Protestors march down Bacolod streets to demand justice for Julius Barellano, a radio reporter and NFSW chapter leader, who was killed in San Carlos City Wednesday.* (Ronnie Baldonado photo)

Dismissed cop killed
in drug bust shootout

A dismissed police officer was shot dead in a shootout during a buy-bust operation in Purok Avocado, Barangay 20 in Bacolod City, at about 4:10 a.m. yesterday.

Killed was Former Police Officer 3 Richard Dollosa, 35, of Barangay Progreso in Binalbagan town, Negros Occidental.

Dollosa was hit in the chest and was brought to the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital, but was declared dead on arrival, Chief Insp. Sherlock Gabana, Bacolod City Police Office public information officer, said. moremoremore

WV police reshuffling set

There will be a reshuffling of city and provincial directors in Western Visayas, soon, Chief Supt. John Bulalacao, police regional director of Police Regional Office-6, said yesterday.

“I told all the provincial directors and city directors that I will do the reshuffling and that’s why I am evaluating their performance,” Bulalacao, who was in Bacolod City yesterday, said.

PRO-6 covers the city police offices of Bacolod, Iloilo, and provincial police offices of Negros Occidental, Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Guimaras, and Iloilo. moremoremore


Top Stories
buttonDismissed cop killed in drug bust shootout
buttonWV police reshuffling set
buttonNPA slams slay of radio volunteer
buttonDOE: Visayas’ power stable for next 3 years

buttonBridge demolition gets CDO
button‘Wear black vs. killings’
button‘Declare Tiempo Muerto’
buttonDuterte help sought on BOLMSH plight
buttonDOE warns versus illegal sale, transport of petroleum products
buttonVoters ID still valid
buttonCCTVs’ negotiated procurement eyed

buttonAgaloos captures two gold medals in national taekwondo tournament
buttonZulueta faces Ganoza in ABF miniweight bout
buttonReyes named Gilas final 12
button2018 World Cup: Japan reach last 16 despite Poland loss

It’s not for the exorcists
Where has magnanimity gone?


650 sari-sari store owners
finish scale up training

Evelyn Lacaba, 62, of Barangay Pacol, Bago City, has again experienced graduating because this time, she finished a 12-week training program to scale up her entrepreneurial skills as sari-sari store owner for almost 17 years.

This sexagenarian grandmother said that with this new learning, she can now manage and even expand her sari-sari store that she has been maintaining since 2001.

Evelyn w as one of the 650 women entrepreneurs from Bago and Pulupandan town , Negros Occidental, who graduated yesterday as scholar of the Sari-Sari Store Training and Access to Resources (STAR) Program, at the Manuel Y. Torres Memorial Coliseum and Cultural Center in Bago City.