Today saw the start of a much-awaited event for twenty (20) technology enthusiasts who signed a contract with partner Micro-Small-Medium Enterprises (MSME’s) selected by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) – Bataan.
Under the Rural Impact Sourcing (RIS)
Anchored in public service, the City of Balanga (COB), in partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) – Bataan and Bataan Consumer Affairs Council, led the dismantling of 154 confiscated weighing scales at the City Public Market. TheRead More
Local farmers of Balanga City have successfully accomplished their four-day constant seminar-workshop dubbed as Farmer’s Livestock School in Goat Production. As an opportunity to commend their satisfactory participation, a graduation ceremony was organized for them on July 31, 2017 atRead More
This year’s Nutrition Month will not end without encouraging the parents through their children to start their early stage of life by eating healthy and nutritious foods. Parents of different day care students enthusiastically participated in the annual celebration themedRead More
City employees are taking massive strides towards modernization, with the automation of all legal transactions as the first step.
Three city agencies offices, the Management and Information Services Office (MISO), City Accounting and Internal Audit Office (CAIAO), and Bids and
The city government brings performance monitoring into a higher level as it implements the eSPMS (electronic strategic performance management system), an automated database created through the partnership of Management and Information Services (MISO) and Human Resource Management (HRMO) offices.
Inmates from the Bataan District Jail proved that love knows no boundaries as they held a mass civil wedding in the said prison on July 10.
Thirty-eight couples tied knots inside the jail in the first mass civil wedding sponsored
Balangueños confront hate and violence with love and solidarity as they extend help to Marawi’s displaced population.
With aggressive strikes from both government and terrorist forces, Marawi’s war survivors are left homeless and deprived of basic needs such as food
Rainy season means abundant harvest for Balanga’s farmers as they take advantage of new farming implements from the city government.
A turnover ceremony was held at the City Hall on July 5 so farmers from various cooperatives in Balanga
After receiving the Palladium Hall of Fame award, the city government is eyeing a province-wide promotion of shared governance advocacy by gathering private sector representatives in a single group.
The said group is popularly known as Multi-Sectoral Governance Coalition,