Resident Jun Tinosan was recuperating at the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital in this city. He sustained a stab wound on the chest, a police report showed. Dela Cruz and Tinosan figured in a heated argument.However, it was not immediately established what triggered the altercation. The suspect was identified as 30-year-old Randy Dela Cruz, also a resident of the village. BACOLOD City – The hospital was where a man landed after he got stabbed in Barangay 1. According to police investigators, the incident happened around 5 p.m. on June 23. The suspect was detained in the lockup cell of Police Station 1, facing charges./PN
CINCINNATI, Oh. — A new study recently published by WaletHub, ranked the top cities to spend New Year’s Eve based on entertainment options, cost, and safety, and Cincinnati made the list.According to the study, New York’s Times Square may be the most popular spot to celebrate the arrival of the new-year, but it’s not the best spot for frugal party goers seeking an equally good time.Cincinnati ranks 6th on the list.The study notes the city’s affordability as a top draw, and also cites its general safety and abundance of restaurants and nightlife options.The top 5 cities in the study are Orlando, San Francisco, Atlanta, Denver, and Buffalo.
TWO more corporate giants have stepped in to assist the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) for the upcoming International Race of Champions.Truck Master and Electronic City are the two latest entities to signal their support for the event, billed for November 11, and 12, at the South Dakota Circuit.According to Truck Master representative, Raymond Baksh, he is elated to be a continued supporter of the club considering his interest in racing.Truck master’s Raymond Baksh hands his company’s sponsorshipEchoing his statements were Electronic City Junior Manager, Tiffany Peroune, who also added that they are overjoyed to be associated with an event of this nature.The twenty-seven race programme will feature local and regional competition, as well as, the Barbadian Sr3 Radicals and a professional drift exhibition.Racing is billed for both days with Children Under 12 being admitted free on both occasions. On Saturday, Adults will be charged $1000 with Children Over 12 being charged $500, while on Sunday, Adults will be charged $2000 and Kids $1000.
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