The announcement this week of the budget reduction took everyone by surprise.
Municipal police have the right to detain anyone installing antennas and advertising billboards without permission.
Students of Ricardo Flores Magón primary school began the school year in a nearby college but on Wednesday they moved into trailers where not even the blinds work.
Five years ago this month The Mazatlán Messenger, this city’s only daily English language community newspaper, came online.
Mazatlecan Isaías Páez, recently won his seventh Mexican competition this year in bodybuilding.
500 exercise enthusiasts took part in “Muévete en 30.”
Ing. Humberto Rice Rodríguez, 50 years old, died of a heart attack in Mexico City where he was speaking on behalf a naval project.
According to Cruz Roja doctors, compared to previous years there have been fewer accidents in the home requiring a doctor’s attention.
Vecinos Con Cariño A.C. (Neighbors Who Care) is seeking volunteers to help champion a food drive within their condo/organizations.
Both stages of the plan have been presented to federal, state and municipal authorities including the Secretary of Tourism and INAH.
We know that just about everyone who has visited or lived in Mazatlán has a favourite anecdote about something that happened to them while they were here.
It is important to take steps that will prepare you for a future sale.
Last year Hospice Mazatlán I.A.P. received the first place award as the top non-profit organization in the state of Sinaloa.
Rotarians from the Canadian province of Alberta arrived in Mazatlán this past weekend with a generous donation of emergency equipment and vehicles.
They have united with the Hospital General in Juárez Colonia to make sure that no one who is aware and treated for breast cancer is left behind.