GenPact-Bataan once again donated 62 personal computers and 50 swivel chairs to the City Government of Balanga (COB) during the Zumbalangueño at Plaza Mayor on February 13. GenPact Country Manager Dan Reyes said the turnover is “a humble way ofRead More
High school and college students from different schools in the City of Balanga (COB) were prompted to post hash tags online as they took part in the Social Media Workshop for Tobacco-Free Generation (TFG) Advocates led by COB’s
The City of Balanga (COB) wetlands once again teemed with migratory birds as evidenced during the annual Asian Waterbird Census conducted on January 20, 2018.
Among the birds seen were white birds known as “egrets”, long-legged birds called “black-winged stilts,”
It had been a dynamic 2017 for City Government of Balanga employees as they presented their Vision Alliance Circle’s (VAC) overwhelming accomplishments in the Performance Governance System (PGS) Annual Review at the Audio Visual Room, Balanga City Hall on JanuaryRead More
December 30, 2017 marked the 17th Cityhood Anniversary of Balanga. With a massive crowd that filled up Plaza Mayor, City Mayor Francis Anthony S. Garcia delivered his second State of the City Address (SOCA) to Balangueños.
The local chief executive
A night of fruitful harvest.
Aside from planting and harvesting crops, farmers from Balanga City flaunted their special talents and creativity during the celebration of Farm Family Day at Plaza Mayor on December 12.
To start off, “Pahiyas-inspired” booths were
Total of two thousand students coming from public and private tertiary education schools in the city attended the morning and afternoon sessions of the 7th University Town (UTown) Summit at Lou-‘is Restaurant and Resort on November 24.
Committee Chair on
Christmas activities in the City of Balanga began with the Switch-On Ceremony of Christmas lights at Plaza Mayor on December 1, 2017.
The occasion was witnessed by an overflow crowd of students and residents and graced by the presence of
new breed of Filipino workers has come to change the way “online” operates.
Students, as well as interested residents from various towns in Bataan, took part in a comprehensive discussion on “online freelancing” in the Rural Impact Sourcing (RIS) Workshop:
One of City of Balanga’s annual priority initiatives, now on its 8th year, is the Mobile Passport Service (MPS), a joint project between the city government, through the Local Civil Registrar’s Office (LCRO), and the DFA Regional Consular Offices CoordinatingRead More