Posts Tagged ‘News in Subic ’

American Causes Stir In Subic’s Posh Housing Area

INCREASED US Military presence here in Subic is welcome for most residents, mainly for economic and national security reasons. However, there is one American who is not welcome, as far as residents affected by his supposed illegal construction and excavation works on a steep slope… [More]

US Marines, Sailors aboard USS Bonhomme Richard Depart Okinawa

OKINAWA, Japan – Marines and sailors with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit and the USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) has  departed Okinawa on Saturday. The Marines and sailors on the Bonhomme Richard join those who have already deployed aboard the USS Ashland (LSD 48) and… [More]

FREEPORT MEDIA FORUM

By Publisher on January 16, 2016

FREEPORT MEDIA FORUM

FREEPORT MEDIA FORUM. To help avoid flooding, DPWH District Engineer Hercules Manglicmot (middle) calls on the public to report “creeks” or waterways that have “disappeared” in their respective areas. Subic Bay News publisher and Remate columnist Vic V. Vizcocho, Jr. (L), president of Samahang Media… [More]

Subic Bay News Vol. 8 No. 45 in jpg

Images of the newsweekly Subic Bay News vol. 8 no. 45 edition. Pls. click to zoom to view

SBMA 10 Most Outstanding Freeport Workers

A janitor and a former pedicab driver were among those conferred on Wednesday as Ten Outstanding Freeport Workers for exemplary performance and contribution in their respective companies. The workers were honored in a ceremony held at the Subic Bay Arts Center by the Subic Bay… [More]

Holiday Message from Chairman R.V. Garcia

“We have sustained our growth, achieved financial stability, posted new highs, and accomplished our goals, And to top it all, we have achieved global recognition, having been hailed as the best freeport in Asia.” — Chairman R.V. Garcia  

FREEPORT MEDIA FORUM

By Publisher on December 12, 2015

FREEPORT MEDIA FORUM

At the Freepoprt Media Forum, Olongapo City Mayor Rolen C. Paulino (middle) proudly announced that four (4)graduates of the city-run Gordon College made it to the top 10 spots in the 2015 Customs Licensure Examinations. He also reported that eight (8) trees have been earth-balled… [More]

Minimum wage up in Central Luzon

THE National Wages and Productivity Commission (NWPC) has concurred on the newest wage order in Central Luzon. “We have unanimously affirmed Wage Order No. RB III-19 which raises by PhP15 per day the minimum wage in Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac, and Zambales and… [More]

Media Camps Out At Olongapo Justice Hall For Pemberton Verdict

The night before the scheduled promulgation of the verdict on a young US marine soldier accused in the killing of a male homosexual last year, local and international media have already camped out in front of the Justice Hall of Olongapo City. Judge Roline M. Ginez-Jabalde… [More]

Subic Bay News Vol. 8 No. 43 in jpg

Images of the newsweekly Subic Bay News vol. 8 no. 43 edition. Pls. click to zoom to view