A 45-year-old Oaxaca native was stopped by police and jailed for littering just a day after a tough new law punishing litterbugs was signed by the mayor.
The Navy helped rescue a luxury yacht with engine problems, drifting off the coast.
When Cementos Fortaleza’s new factory in Yucatán is completed next year, cement prices could become more competitive.
For the second time in less than 15 days, the CFE cut power to a water pump station in Flamboyanes to pressure the Progreso’s water utility to pay its debt.
Destruction of natural cienegas has pushed crocodiles into view along the Yucatecan coast.
Coming off a record-breaking visit in Veracruz, the MV Logos Hope, the world’s largest floating bookstore and Christian ministry, will conclude a Mexico itinerary in Progreso.
Local restaurants will offer their best dishes to between 10,000 and 20,000 visitors at Progreso’s first Tikin Xic Fair on Saturday.
The PAN’s Julián Zacarías Curi has apparently prevailed in the race to become the port city’s next mayor.
Locals claim they are being blocked from their own beaches under the pretext of protecting turtles that do not exist.
Faced with the lack of action by local, state and federal authorities regarding a solution to Progreso’s so-called “relleno sanitario” or “sanitary landfill,” the population of Flamboyanes faces daily health risks.