The white house near the Bian Yek in Dumaguete has always held a mysterious air.
When I was in grade school, someone told me that there were “White Ladies” who lived there, and that they were really old and frail. 156 more words
By Jennifer Catan-Tilos
NEGROS ORIENTAL (PIA) – The PLDT-Smart has announced the launching of its free Wifi data service here at Dumaguete-Sibulan Airport on August 24. 172 more words
By Roi Lomotan
DUMAGUETE CITY (PIA) – In lieu of the rising number of teenage pregnancies in Negros Oriental, the Commission on Population – Negros Island Region (PopCom-NIR) stresses the importance of disseminating correct information on adolescent and reproductive health. 510 more words
After Canlaon, we originally planned to go to Don Salvador Benedicto (DSB), Negros’ Little Baguio.
We woke up early to Catch the first trip there but when we saw a bus bound for Dumaguete we quickly–very quickly, changed our minds and decided to visit the city of gentle people instead. 364 more words