WHILE election season in the middle- and lower-class communities are louder and rowdier, the enclaves in Makati and Ayala Alabang are relatively quiet.
Pitting one set of siblings against another, the Ilusorio family feud has dragged on for more than 15 years now, clogged the court system with more than 300 legal suits and counter-suits, and entertained the idly curious as it played out in the media over the years.
In response to Pope Francis’ call to action for the environment in his encyclical “Laudato Si,” Fr. Tony Rosales, O.F.M., former parish priest of Forbes Park, will launch his ninth book, “Mother Earth (Allegories, Reflections and Celebrations),” on Oct. 4, feast of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of ecology, at Christ the King College, Calbayog City, Samar.
WITH RESIDENTS simply waiting for the official count indicating that majority want small antenna systems installed within Forbes Park to boost their mobile phone signals, a staunch opposer wants neighbors to read up on the dangers posed by these outdoor equipment.
With 253 “yes” votes paving the way for the installation of additional outdoor distributed antenna system (Odas) within Forbes Park, its residents are now one step closer to enjoying higher quality telecommunication signals within the village.
Imagine living in the country’s most prestigious address but having to run to your garage, veranda, or worse, the sidewalk just to have a decent conversation on your cellphone.
A controversy is brewing in Forbes Park: to allow or not the installation of outdoor distributed antenna systems (ODAs) all throughout the neighborhood. The installation of
The Holy Face of Manoppello, said to be the Veil of Veronica that was used to wipe the face of Christ on the way to Golgotha, will tour the Philippines Sept. 10-17.