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A GROUP concerned with the rich heritage of Cagayan de Oro City accidentally excavated pre-Hispanic artifacts at the city’s Gaston Park Monday. Read More →
Gaston Park is alive again at night with its re-opening a few days ago. All the trees were adorned with Christmas lights and offer amazement to the viewing public. The new landscape has been completed but still some small areas within the one-hectare park will take some time for the grasses to be greener. Read More →
The new Gaston Park is expected to be formally opened to the public tonight in time for the annual “Light-A-Tree” activity. Both the City Hall compound and Gaston Park will light up with colorful, eye-catching, blinking Christmas lights and decors. Read More →
Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Constantino ‘Tinnex’ Jaraula, along with (standing from left) Engr. Rosanna Rodriguez, Public Services Supervisor Gigi Casiño and City Administrator Griscelda Joson, inspect yesterday the status of the on-going Gaston Park Redevelopment Project which will showcase Chinese, Korean and Filipino landscaping arts and culture. Read More →
A replica of a Chinese Pagoda can now be seen at the Gaston Park. In earlier press reports, the park will have Chinese, Japanese and Korean Cultures. Still, the park is closed to the public but the park facelift project has been done carefully. Read More →
Members of various Chinese-Filipino Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Cagayan de Oro City-Misamis Oriental hand over a P200,000 check to Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Constantino’Tinnex’ Jaraula during a courtesy call, July 22. The donation will be used for the redevelopment of Gaston Park into a theme park depicting Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Filipino culture. (CIO) Read More →
Mayor Constantino “Tinnex” Jaraula has laid down his thrust for the remaining days of his term. In a press conference he called for the purpose, the mayor said that he will be concentrating on improving the services of the city in terms of developing it for the good of the residents. Read More →
Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Constantino Jaraula said he is offering the city as the new haven for investors as their second home which includes vacation home, retirement home and primary home. Read More →
Gaston Park, named after the first Mayor of Cagayan de Oro, Segundo Gaston and located near the Saint Augustine Cathedral and Archbishop’s Palace is now closed to the public due to a redevelopment project by the city government. Groundworks within the park is now ongoing which also includes landscaping of the garden and replacement of the current fountain into a “dancing fountain”...