Fish will cost up to 30 pesos more per kilogram, just as demand grows for Lent.
Companies that did not hand out Christmas bonuses last month face fines exceeding $400,000 pesos.
To the tune of Christmas carols, children and adolescents of the Caimede orphanage celebrated Christmas by dancing and exchanging messages of peace.
A bilingual Christmas Eve service will be held at Casa de las Torres, C. 75 #503 x 62 y 64, Centro Read about St. Luke’s Anglican Mission in Mérida.
Affordable gifts at the lavender cultural center on Calle 54.
In light of the tragedy at Tultepec’s fireworks market, officials here are warning that vendors selling pyrotechnics will be monitored closely.
Christmas means candy in Mexico, but downtown sweet shops are reporting a 50 percent decline in sales this season.
Mérida police are vowing zero tolerance for drunk driving this holiday season. And they have doubled their supply of breathalyzers to enforce the law.
The holidays have come, and with them are the traditional piñatas, whose origins are both Chinese and Mayan.
The Copa de Chicas for Charity event made for a busy weekend at the Yucatán Polo Club.