As the Day of the Dead approaches, cemeteries of Merida begin to have life.
Municipal police have been handed keys to two more electric patrols cars, built for economy, the ecology and agility.
Mayor José Isabel Cortés Góngora told a local newspaper that he has learned entrepreneurs are interested in opening a casino in Progreso.
Flights for the upcoming weekends from Mexico City to the Yucatecan capital are packed.
Halfway through its fall 2017 season, the Yucatán Symphony Orchestra (OSY) remains “the best-kept secret of Mexico.”
As bars and nightclubs continue to establish businesses side-by-side with Centro homes, the city is now talking in general terms about modifying land use regulations.
A fishing boat has been stranded for nearly a week now, damaging coral reefs off the coast of Progreso, said federal officials.
In a few weeks, much of the railway traffic chugging through Mérida will start heading out of town, to the new Center of Rail Operations in Umán.
The city is estimated to close out 2017 with an increase in 200,000 tourists over last year.
An urban art initiative has brightened the walkway between the Cathedral and the Macay museum with 850 opened, upright umbrellas suspended from above.