Lalaki, natagpuang patay sa compound ng simbahan sa Marinduque

Sa Boac, Marinduque isang lalaki ang natagpuang patay sa compound ng isang simbahan. Kinilala ang biktima na si John Winston Manrique, dalawampu’t tatlong gulang at tauhan ng simbahan. Isang kagawad ang nakakita sa labi habang maglilinis siya sa lugar. Base sa imbestigasyon, internal hemorrhage ang naging sanhi nang pagkamatay ng biktima matapos itong mahulog mula sa Veranda. Nagtamo siya ng sugat sa ulo at panga. Inaaalam pa ang tunay na dahilan ng pagkahulog ng biktima. Wala naman daw foul play sa insedente.

Mayor Madla at bagong sanggunian, pormal ng idineklara

Pormal ng idineklara ang mga bagong halal na opisyal sa bayan ng Boac noong Mayo 10, 2016 na ginanap sa munisipyo ng Boac. Narito ang mga bagong pinuno ng bayan ng Boac. Mayor : Madla, Roberto Vice Mayor : Opis, Robert Sangguniang Bayan Member : Paglinawan, Sonny : Solomon, BJ : Palomares, Carlos : Larga, Dave Daniel : Majaba, Luisito : Hizole, Val : Largado, Benny : Larracas, Rolly Samantala, ang mga bayan pa lamang ng Boac at Torrijos ang kompletong nakapagpapadala ng election returns sa transparency server ng Comelec as…

Ruby’s heavy rains threaten Marinduque with flash floods

LUCENA CITY, Quezon – Flash floods threaten Marinduque as Boac River continued to swell and sea water rose amid heavy rains spawned by Typhoon “Ruby,” now weakened to the category of a tropical storm, the head of the provincial disaster coordinating council said Monday. “Our rain gauge monitor registered a maximum rainfall data of 30.8 millimeters which exceeded the forecast rainfall brought by Ruby,” Eleuterio Raza, acting head of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, told the Philippine Daily Inquirer in a telephone interview. “Low-lying areas and those…

Strong rains raise fear of Marinduque mine dams collapse

LUCENA CITY, Philippines – The provincial disaster coordinator of Marinduque expressed fears that the abandoned mine dams of the former Marcopper Mining Corporation might collapse under the onslaught of approaching Typhoon Ruby (Hagupit). “We’re closely monitoring the condition of Tapian pit, Makulapnit and Maguila-guila dams,” Eleuterio Raza, acting provincial disaster risk reduction management council officer, said in a phone interview Sunday morning. He said the people were afraid that strong rains from Ruby could trigger the abandoned dams to collapse as it could no longer hold more water. “The weather…