Brimming with history and cultural heritage, Lubao is not only the oldest of all Kapampangan towns but is aptly called the Cradle of the Kapampangan Civilization (Duyan Ning Kamalayang Kapampangan). As the portal of a great civilization during its time, Lubao is colored with rich historical landscapes and cultural vestiges.
Kekayung Memalen ning Lubao:
The past year, we celebrated the 440th founding of our beloved town, Lubao. We celebrated the occasion with pride and joy – showcasing our culture and traditions, with oneness and camaraderie. Matula tamung pigmasusyan ing importanting okasyun ayni anyang milabas a banwa. Ikit tamu ing galing daring kekatamung kabalen, reng talentu daring kekatamung kayanakan, at ikit tamu na istung abe-abe tamung misaup-saup, agawa tamung matagumpe reng kekatamung proyektu at nanu mang kekatamung pinlanu. We were able to showcase the best in each of us through teamwork, team building, and with the right leadership.
By Albert B. Lacanlale
LUBAO, Pampanga—Some 18 graduates of the government’s Special Training for Employment Program (STEP) here can now start their own businesses or land a job. This, after the graduates of the Shield Metal Arc Welding (SMAW-NC I) received their starter tool kits that include portable welding machines and masks.
By Albert B. Lacanlale
LUBAO, Pampanga—Police and anti-drug officials on Wednesday vowed support to this municipality’s campaign against the proliferation of illegal drugs. Regional Director Joseph Ladip of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Central Luzon office and Supt. Monico Cadayona, Lubao chief of police, met with Mayor Mylyn Pineda-Cayabyab and other town and barangay officials to discuss plans in combatting the drug trade.
-1st year pa lamang po ang tinatanggap
*Libre na po ang matrikula sa mga state university and colleges
Twenty LGUs in Pampanga bagged the 2017’s Seal of Child-Friendly Governance in the recently concluded audit conducted by the Council for the Welfare of Children in partnership with the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) and Department of Social Welfare Development (DSWD).
Exit Conference and assessment of local government’s compliance to the criteria of the Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG) happening right now at the municipal hall.
Centuries ago, the seat of government in Lubao was in Barangay Sta. Catalina. Now, the time has come to return home, to make things better. The Honorable Mylyn Pineda-Cayabyab envisions Lubao as a progressive hub to its people, and the first step to make this possible is the construction of the New Municipal building which would rise along Km. 83 McArthur Highway, Sta. Catalina, Lubao, Pampanga.
The location of the new municipal building has a total land area of 26,872 square meters. The new municipal building is a two storey building with a total building area of 3592 square meters; the ground floor measures 1925 square meters and 1667 square meters for the second floor.