The Ministry of Health is investigating a rabies case in Col. Nueva Yucalpetén, where a pit bull bit her owner.
More than 80,000 people crowded Progreso’s malecón as Carnaval began counting down the the final days of celebration.
Two huge cruise ships docked here Tuesday, bringing 5,720 passengers and 2,000 crew, shortly after an unsightly tide of seaweed littered the beaches.
A wind farm project in Progreso has an INAH archaeologist concerned about the effect it may have on archeological sites from Flamboyanes to Chicxulub Pueblo.
As the Carnival Liberty suffers from mechanical issues, Progreso loses business on Nov. 14 and 26.
Already home to the world’s longest pier, Progreso is on track to have Latin America’s largest shipyard.
A stash of 135 sea turtle eggs have been found in Progreso and are being guarded by marine students until they hatch.
Playa Chacá is a brand-new affordable paradise located 10 minutes from downtown Progreso, 35 minutes from Mérida and just a stone’s throw from the sea.
Thousands of tourists have gotten a double dose of Progreso at the expense of an excursion in Cozumel.
A neglected and crumbling former center of Progreso society is being boarded up by city officials, but the port city has yet to claim any abandoned properties deemed unsafe.