Month: October 2022
A day before All Souls' Day, The Cavite Rising pays tribute to some notable personalities who died this year and left significant contributions to their respective industries.
Tropical Storm Paeng forced tens of thousands of families in Cavite to flee for their safety as low-lying areas were submerged in floodwater.
Vice President Sara Duterte, who also sits as the secretary of the Department of Education, denies claims of historical revisionism, saying the agency is “not in the business of erasing” facts on Martial Law.
Nakatakdang isagawa ng Commission on Elections (Comelec) ang special automated election sa 7th District ng Cavite sa darating na Pebrero 25, 2023 upang punan ang naiwang posisyon ni Justice Secretary Boying Remulla.
Following the arrest of Justice Secretary Boying Remulla's son for illegal drug possession, congressional representatives and the Mayors' League of Cavite expressed their support for their colleague and "respected kababayan."
Justice Secretary Boying Remulla rejected calls for his resignation over his son’s illegal drug case.
DepEd OKs private schools to continue blended learning, mandatory in-person classes for public schools
The Department of Education (DepEd) allowed private schools to continue blended learning, while public schools will undergo in-person classes starting Nov. 2.
Ilang mga kalsada ang isasaayos sa bayan ng Rosario kung saan ay layunin nitong i-angat ang komersyo at pangkabuhayan ng mga mangingisda at negosyante.
Nais siyasatin ng Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) ang bilang ng mga pampublikong paaralan na humihiling ng exemption sa ipatutupad ng Kagawaran ng Edukasyon na limang araw na face-to-face classes.
Christmas is just around the corner and due to the length of time a lot of people were locked inside their houses due to the pandemic, people are less likely to miss the holidays visiting places this year. In line with this, here are some places in South Cavite where you can treat yourself and spend time with your loved ones.