JUST IN: Cavite cemeteries allow All Souls Day visits from October 1 to 27

Cavite cemeteries have been given permission to open to visitors for All Souls Day observance from October 1 to 27, instead of the annual trek on November 1.

1st California public school named after Fil-Am teacher Flora Arca Mata opens

The first California public school named after Filipino-American teacher Flora Arca Mata is now open.

Philippines’ top broadcast journalists train Teacher-Broadcasters for DepEd TV

The Philippines' top broadcast journalists are training selected Teacher-Broadcasters for the Department of Education (DepEd) TV productions that serve as the "new normal" learning tool for students without an internet connection.

Nueva Ecija UST, UP Visayas, Ateneo win ASEAN Data Science Explorers Philippines

Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology's (NEUST), University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV), and Ateneo de Manila University were declared winners at the Philippines' national finals for the ASEAN Data Science Explorers.

Philippine heroes featured in new Tahanan Books collection for children

Ten Philippine heroes are featured in a new collection of children's' books released by Tahanan Books.

Bike-friendly SM Malls rolls out across the Philippines

Bike-friendly SM Malls are rolling out across the Philippines within the coming months after SM Mall of Asia launched the environmental and healthier option for travel.

Philippines bans 37 lead-containing spray paints

The Philippines has banned 37 brands of spray paints containing lead.

Nueva Ecija rice farmers learn sustainability practices from PAG-AHON project

Nueva Ecija rice farmers are gaining better skills, yield, and income through the “Sa Palay at Gulay – May Ani, Hanapbuhay, Oportunidad, at Nutrisyon (PAG-AHON) Project” of East-West Seed.

Philippine False Gecko new species discovered in Bicol

A new species of the Philippine False Gecko discovered in the Bicol region has been officially published.

PHLPost invites students to write letters to celebrate National Teachers’ Month

The Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) is urging students to write letters to celebrate National Teachers' Month for a chance to win a special prize.

Drive-in Holy Mass offered in Philippines’ Tacloban City parish

A drive-in Holy Mass is being offered at the St. Josemaria Escriva Mission Station in Apitong in Tacloban City, Leyte province in the Philippines.

EcoWaste Coalition backs move to provide free reusable cloth masks to poor

The EcoWaste Coalition, an environmental health group working toward a zero-waste and toxics-free society, welcomed the government’s initiative to provide free reusable or washable face masks to the public, especially “the poorest of the poor,” amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.

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75 Most Influential Filipinos in America honored on Fil-Am History Month

The list of 75 Most Influential Filipino-Americans (MIFA) of 2020 has been released by Blogtalk Hollywood with MJ Racadio, America’s First Fil-Am Hollywood Entertainment Podcasting Show.