Rains in Mazatlán begin after June 21st when summer begins.
For the next two months, streets surrounding the Plazuela República and Muncipal Hall in El Centro will be closed to traffic.
The study determined 33 crimes based on frequency and assigned each a value from a scale of moderate effect to severe effect.
Five resort hotels and villas are planned on the beaches of north Mazatlán close to Oceanica Clinic.
The dealership was inaugurated yesterday and will offer sales of new cars and maintenance service.
The sale to the FEMSA consortium, owners of Oxxo stores and bottler of Coca-Cola in Mexico, was announced on Monday this week.
The purchase of the vehicles is the first time the bilingual tourist police force has received significant new equipment.
Two Franeleros who have been charging drivers to park on public streets in the evenings in the Zona Dorada were surprised on Saturday night when police detained them.
The Secretary of Administration and Finances signed a contract with the Cangnan Riwong Craft Logo company for 1,500,000 vehicle license plates on January 30th.
As warm weather approaches and temperatures begin to climb, media focused today on several stories occurring on the Municipality’s coastline.
Three cruise lines have announced their schedules for November 2012 through February 2014.
The health risk alert as lifted on April 30th following monitoring results which showed the shellfish were now safe to consume.
150 restaurants are offering promotions today and expect to operate at 100 percent capacity as mothers are treated to a celebratory breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Eduardo Murra Marcos, director general of Cimaco, said yesterday his company is investing 150 million pesos which will generate 220 jobs.
The Federal Ministry of Health said that cases of dengue fever are up a staggering 500% over the same period last year throughout the country.