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.
If you plan to sell property in Mexico and use the proceeds to immediately acquire another property in Mexico, the US or Canada, there are a few important points to take into consideration.
Although this may seem rather intrusive, the requirements were established to meet new legal requirements to prevent the illicit movement of funds.
México ranked number one in the Ease of Settling In Index.
Rolly Brook was the co-author of the book, “Moving to México,” which answered many questions raised by expatriates considering moving to México.
Winners of the Masquerade costume contest will appear on floats in the Carnaval parades.
Hospice continues to grow and reach out to those in need. We could not achieve our goals without your assistance.
The award was given to Hospice Mazatlán by JAP at the annual meeting of Dia de Filantropia.
Two new designs not incorporated in the plan presented to the public on August 11 are a cultural corridor of statues linking the museum with the aquarium and an aviary.
Neighbours in the El Cid community held their annual Big Kids Halloween party last week where costume creativity flowed. Can you guess what each costume represented? Me neither…