Tawid Tulong Visayas
The Provincial Government of Tarlac in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross, encourages every Tarlaqueno to help the unfortunate victims of Typhoon Yolanda through TAWID TULONG VISAYAS, Pag-aalay ng pag-asa mula sa Tarlac , a province-wide relief operation.
PCCI named Tarlac ’Most Business Friendly LGU’ anew
FOR THE second year in a row, the province of Tarlac was named by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry as the Most Business Friendly province in the entire country during the business organization’s deliberation recently.
Likha ng Central Luzon Trade Fair - a fair for the region’s local products
Mandaluyong City – The 15th Likha ng Central Luzon Trade Fair was opened at the SM Megamall Megatrade Hall 2, 5th Level Mega B, last October 23, 2013 where a number of Tarlaquenos participated. The said trade fair with the theme come and buy: Likha ng Central Luzon was a five-day event showcasing products.
VP Binay visits Tarlac; Assesses damage brought by Santi
TARLAC CITY, October 16. VICE President Jejomar Binay visited the typhoon ravaged province of Tarlac to distribute relief goods to affected families and assessed the damaged brought about by Typhoon Santi.
’Santi’ unleashes wrath in Tarlac
PACKING winds of 150kph with gustiness up to 185kph, super typhoon Santi [international codename Nari] passed through the southern parts of the province hitting directly the municipalities of La Paz, Concepcion, Capas and Bamban, dawn of October 12.
Tarlac Province is located approximately 125 kms. northeast of Metro Manila, Tarlac is the most multi-cultural of the Central Luzon provinces. A mixture of four distinct groups, the Pampangos, Ilocanos, Pangasinense and Tagalogs, share life in the province. Tarlac is best known for its fine food and vast sugar and riceplantations. That it has fine cooking to offer is due largely to the fact that it is the "Melting Pot of Central Luzon." It offers some of the best cuisines from the places of ancestry of its settlers, the province of Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, Pangasinan and the Ilocos Region. Historical sites, fine food, vast plantations, beautiful landscaped parks and golf course, and so many other attractions - all these make the province of Tarlac one of the best places to visit in Central Luzon.
The history of Tarlac is the story of its people. Through the years, Tarlac and its people have been an epitome of the Filipino nation, resolute in times of trying challenges and united despite cultural diversities. Although it is Central Luzon's youngest province, carved out by the Spaniards on May 28,1873 from Pangasinan and Pampanga, Tarlaqueños have since played vital roles in shaping Philippine history. Tarlac was among the first eight provinces that started the 1896 revolution, earning its rightful place in the Philippine flag as one of the rays of the sun.Read More