With the advent of warmer weather, the annual arrival of the toxic Blue Bottle jellyfish in the waters and on shore has begun.
The Secretary of Public Security announced the formation of a new police unit which will increase security while providing a positive image for tourists.
One tequila distillery in Mazatlan has drinks pouring and spirits soaring in both Canada and Mexico.
Members of the Canadian Rotarian Clubs of Swan City, Grande Prairie, Edson and Sunrise have arrived in Mazatlán.
The drive will continue for approximately one month with the aim of acquiring better equipment for the institution.
Every year we at Hospice Mazatlán receive numerous phone calls from travelers and local residents regarding assisted living facilities in the Mazatlán community.
Volunteers picked up trash and painted over graffiti that had soiled the area.
U.S. citizens living in Mazatlán are encouraged to pass along to the Consulate Office their observations on security, whether positive or negative
60 projects will focus mainly on education, health, sports and recreation at a cost of 1.5 million dollars.
The Venados Baseball Club of Mazatlán and Club Santos Laguna premier division soccer team are for sale.
Jackie died suddenly due to an auto accident in Arizona earlier this year.
The Club Rotario Mazatlán Oriente will hold its fourth annual “Blanco y Negro” Dinner/Dance fundraiser on Nov. 24th.
To this date we have served 95 patients and their families, and expect to have served over 115 patients by the end of the year.
It was with great sadness that the Mazatlán community learned yesterday that Nancy Blakeslee, a highly respected community member, died peacefully after a short battle with cancer.
Located where Centro Cultural Recra used to be, the facilities now house Molika Bakery, Casa del Caracol Bookstore and Mazatlán Film and Theater.