A documentary about one of Mérida’s most enigmatic expats was finally released to theaters last week, and critics are reporting on it favorably.
Yucatecan companies whose products have export potential are on view starting today in the first edition of the Yucatán International Expo.
The third edition of the “Concentración Nacional Biker” will bring at least 2,500 motorcyclists to the area.
The state attorney general’s office reports that home burglaries in Mérida are down by 12.5 percent so far this year.
Two weeks into a rabies scare, the City Council has backed down from a controversial method to contain the viral disease.
Scores of work sites at historic buildings in the Centro regularly get shut down by INAH when restoration plans are too aggressive or weren’t improved by INAH.
Stray cats and dogs will be euthanized if found roaming the streets of the port city of Progreso.
An underwater exploration in a cenote uncovered a coral fossil that is at least five million years old.
To adapt to the growing presence of private planes landing at the Mérida International Airport, a new 60-million-peso private aviation terminal has been built.
Over 550 guests are free after a hotel here tried to block their departure over some hefty charges in dispute.