Major roads in the metro to undergo repairs and re-blocking from March 22 to 25, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) said.
EDSA-bound lanes of North Avenue from Elliptical Road to Mindanao Avenue will be closed from March 21 at 11 p.m. to Friday, March 22 at 5 a.m
A taxi caught fire along Edsa in Quezon City on Friday afternoon, fire authorities said, adding its driver is safe.
Senatorial bet Francis Tolentino blamed a senator for the failure of Congress to grant the President "emergency powers" against traffic.
I believe in angels. I believe some of them to be the spirits of my ancestors, protecting spirits who make such arrangements that we may find ourselves in the right place at the right time.
Some lanes on C-5 Road and Edsa will be closed to traffic over the weekend to give way to repair and maintenance works, the DPWH said Friday.
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade on Wednesday said the government will continue to ask Congress to give President Rodrigo Duterte "emergency powers" to address the crippling traffic jam in the metro’s major thoroughfare.
The perennial traffic on Edsa could still be addressed even without emergency powers granted to President Rodrigo Duterte.
The commemoration of the Edsa People Power Revolution on Monday was peaceful and orderly, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said.
Former President Fidel Ramos, one of the key personalities of the Edsa revolution, was notably absent at the uprising's commemoration on Monday.
Senatorial candidate Samira Gutoc on Monday called on Filipinos to remember the spirit of the Edsa People Power Revolution, amid claims that Mindanaoans are ‘powerless’ due to the existing military rule.
It was not the "Yellows” that made the Edsa People Power Revolution happen but the unity and the will of the people, Vice President Leni Robredo reminded the crowd during the commemoration of the 33rd anniversary of the EDSA revolution at Immaculate Concepcion Parish here Saturday.
Throughout the four historic days of the People Power revolution in 1986, the Philippine Daily Inquirer was at the forefront of the reportage as the events unfolded one-by-one.
Sections of a nondescript concrete building on MacArthur Highway in Barangay Dakila in the City of Malolos bore bullet holes from 29 years back. On one of its panels, a proud name, written in blue paint, has started to fade and is barely readable.
RADIO ADDRESS OF ARCHBISHOP JAIME CARDINAL SIN Calling on the military to not use violence against the people Radio Veritas February 23, 1986, 3:07 a.m. My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, this is Cardinal Sin speaking. I appeal to you all once again for sobriety and calm. Let us not be provoked by selfish […]
RADIO ADDRESS OF ARCHBISHOP JAIME CARDINAL SIN Calling on Filipinos to support Ramos and Enrile Radio Veritas February 22, 1986, 11 p.m. My dear people, this is a very critical time for our country. (Defense) Minister (Juan Ponce) Enrile and General Ramos have expressed their position with respect to the legitimacy of the [Marcos] government. […]
Filipinos all over the country were practically glued to Radio Veritas, which was the only radio station that dared to give a blow-by-blow account of the unfolding siege at Edsa in February 1986.
The Edsa People Power Revolt on Feb. 22 to 25, 1986, had a cast of thousands, many of them political and military figures who remain familiar names in recent headlines. From being Marcos allies, many have shifted loyalties to become rebel forces who, thanks to their burnished image during Edsa, were later elected local officials, senators and even President.