Monthly Archives: March 2019
Mexico's Interjet airline has canceled dozens of flights between March 25 and 30 at the International Airport of Mexico City, affecting approximately 4,722 customers, the Federal Consumer Attorney (Profeco) confirmed.
Yucatan's capital joins cities around the world to mark Earth Hour.
Destructive seaweed is good for the sole, inventor finds.
Dispute with crew, Russian manufacturer, reported
Federal plan could undermine the work of 3 state administrations, says Coparmex president.
Mexico has seen big gains in shipments to the U.S. in categories where competing Chinese goods were hit with tariffs.
A fisherman hauls up a critically endangered vaquita porpoise accidentally entangled in his net in 2008. Entanglement in fishing gear threatens...
Little things mean a lot when you want good reviews online, and repeat guests.
University of Cincinnati geography professor Nicholas Dunning, left, and assistant professor Christopher Carr have been studying ancient Maya sites in Mexico....
A rally to support what they call "the most vulnerable and marginalized of the minorities" is planned Sunday in the main square.
An excuse to indulge in one of the region’s most succulent bean-filled snacks, the first-ever Valladolid Panucho Festival is Saturday, March 30.
City officials continue to tread cautiously in their attempt to mitigate noise pollution in the Centro.
Mexico's new university in Ticul won't get very far until some possible Mayan remains or artifacts at the site are sorted out.
Casa Farolitos is one those Centro rarities that affords its owners prime location, ample space and the coveted north-south orientation to catch the prevailing coastal breezes.
The fact that Merida was chosen as the 2020 site for the national tourist fair is evidence that Yucatan is a priority for the federal government.
AMLO has demanded Spanish King Felipe VI and Pope Francis apologize for historical abuses of colonialism and the conquest of Mexico.
Patients are normally indistinguishable from any other tourist who visit just for fun and relaxation.
State officials are apparently aware that growing congestion issues could leave a bad impression.
A day after tourists came to Yucatan to see a "serpent" climb down a temple's steps, a different natural phenomenon wowed tourists.
The federal government said it will use buoys to mark the protected home of the world's most endangered marine mammal.
It was a fine day for a Spring Equinox in Merida. Thousands flocked to Yucatan's...
Document signed at Boston seafood show.
The Virginia couple that allegedly fenced off their beach property in Santa Clara, Yucatan, faces up to 12 years in prison and a 102,680-peso fine.
Mexico's new ambassador to Canada has started off his tenure with a strong message to mining countries operating on his home turf.