Monthly Archives: May 2018

SAN FRANCISCO -- His Excellency Jose Manuel Romualdez, Philippine Ambassador to the United States along with Consul General Henry Bensurto, Jr, led the formal grand launching of the Spark*Connect*Empower (SCE) movement of the Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco at the Kalayaan Hall of the Philippine Center Building. In attendance were over 100 guests from various Filipino community organizations and the media who also took the opportunity to meet the Ambassador w...

The Colma Scholarship Awards presentation taken last May 9 at the Colma Community Center. Photo above shows some of the recipients with Maureen O’Connor (2nd from left) and Rommel Medina (left)

Education & student advocates Daly City Mayor Juslyn Manalo and San Mateo Deputy Superintendent of Schools Gary Waddell

Happy 7th birthday to Princess Gianne

Congratulations to Shela Gray Gutierrez de Guzman. She graduated from USF in BSA majoring in Finance.

Congratulations to Mary Jane Nerona who graduated as a Family Nurse Practitioner at Samuel Merritt University

Obanenians of Northern California celebrated their Annual Obando Fertility Dance Festival held last Saturday, May 19, in Our Lady of Angels in Burlingame. Bottom photo shows Manuel Oblea and family along with Father Michael Mahoney.

Care Indeed was officially welcomed by the Campbell Chamber of Commerce during its monthly luncheon held at the Villa Ragusa on May 16. Photo shows Winnie Reyes, Care Indeed’s PR & Marketing Manager, and Kristine Facelo, Campbell office’s Branch Administrator, with Campbell Mayor Paul Resnikoff who delivered the keynote speech.

By ATTY. CRISPIN CADAY LOZANO Most denials of naturalization application is based on good moral character grounds. In general, a noncitizen is statutorily barred from establishing good moral character if, during the time for which good moral character must be shown (five years generally) she is convicted of or admitted committing a single CIMT. INA § 101(f)(3), 8 USC § 1101(f)(3). If the conviction comes within the petty offense or youthful offender exception to the inadmi...

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) recently issued the following statement in response to the release of information by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) regarding some of the October 2017 Northern California wildfires. The safety of our customers, their families and the communities we serve is our most important job. The loss of life, homes and businesses in these extraordinary wildfires is simply heartbrea...