In North Carolina, Asheville Sister Cities is preparing to receive a delegation from Valladolid, Yucatán.
An episode of “Beachfront Bargain Hunt” will be called “Peace in Chuburná Puerto.”
Aeromar, the domestic airline, is lowering the altitude on its fares, if only briefly.
On the eve of the lucrative octopus season, dozens of residents here bodily blocked the port entrance, demanding authorities expel fishermen from out-of-town.
The state Secretariat of Public Security (SSP) encouraged taxi drivers to register their units with the Public Vehicle Registry (Repuve) and get a decal with a security chip that will allow authorities to track their vehicles if stolen.
A city’s gift to the culinary world is being celebrated again for the second edition of the Huevos Motuleños Fair.
A water main has burst, flooding Calle 60 at 79 at the San Jose de la Montaña church, with no one taking responsibility.
An Interjet A320 airplane that left the airport this morning had to turn around after one of its engines presumably struck a bird.
The average life span of a business in Yucatán is 9.1 years, but only five years in Quintana Roo and 7.4 in Campeche, according to data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography.
Grassland burning has damaged several kilometers of fiber optic network in different parts of the state.