“Isang Pamayanan, Isang Bayanihan para sa Isang Handa at Ligtas na Paaralan.”
Such was the theme of this year’s Brigada Eskwela, launched on the morning of May 15 at the Bataan National High School (BNHS).
Teachers, parents, students, and volunteers
Aspiring artists found a way of showcasing their craft as the city government held Batang Sining anew on May 8 to 12.
Batang Sining is an annual art workshop organized by the City Education and Excellence Development Office (CEEDO). For
Balanga’s aspiring technopreneurs will now have brighter prospects as the Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU) contemplates an agreement with the Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology, and Research and Development (PCIEERD).
In an exclusive meeting on May 10,
Balanga proved that, more than its tech-based assets, it is also a greener city to live in.
The City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) faced the combined team of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) and
Another ‘Banga Festival’ ended with a bang as Balangueños celebrated this year with the theme “Banga ng Karunungan, Kasayahan, at Kagandahan, Pagyamanin!”
Though the Banga Festival covers a whole month, it highlights only a few special events like the Mutya
Mikhaela Baluyot happily took home the crown in this year’s Mutya ng Lungsod ng Balanga Beauty Pageant.
Mutya ng Lungsod ng Balanga 2017 ended with a bang on the rainy evening of April 25 as Baluyot, who hails from Tortugas,
As part of the city government’s celebration of Pistang Balangueno, the loveliness of the city’s hardworking mothers was showcased in the evening of April 24 at Plaza Mayor.
Ten candidates from different barangays of Balanga City eyed this year’s Ginang
Ten luminaries brightened up Plaza Mayor on the night of April 20 as they received their Dangal Balangueño award.
Recipients of the award came from various fields of expertise such as education, jurisprudence, engineering, humanitarian works, business and commerce, performing
Barangay folks can now venture into online jobs as the City Government of Balanga opens its first Rural Impact Sourcing (RIS) center at Doña Francisca’s Barangay Learning Hub (BLH) today.
RIS is both a facility and a program through which
Balanga City honored 25 family men who have served as pillars of their communities in an awards night held at Plaza Mayor on April 18.
Dubbed ‘Gawad Parangal sa Natatanging Ama ng Bawat Barangay’, the awards night is held annually