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City Targets Empty Lots, Billboards

The Mazatlán municipal government will begin its third campaign to enforce laws and regulations long tolerated throughout the city.

U.S. Consular Agent Reports Violence in Mazatlán

Internal discussions have been had about the growing violence in the city.

Plaza Sendero Mazatlán Opens

The shopping center contains 198 shops as well as parking for 1,600 vehicles.

Cruise Ship Passengers Praise El Centro

They favorably commented on Plaza Machado, the Cathedral, and strolling down the Malecón.

Meteorologist Predicts Cold Winter for Mazatlán

If the intense cold fronts continue Mazatlán can expect a very cold Christmas and even chillier New Year.

Federal Gov’t Budgets Infrastructure Funds for Mazatlán

The Mexican federal government has budgeted 300 million pesos for urban infrastructure projects in Mazaatlán for the year 2015.

Governor, Mayor, Woo Nissan Motors to Mazatlán Port

The Mayor stated he was confident the first 1,300 million pesos promised to modernize the port will be received in 2015.

46,000 Turtle Eggs Rescued at Playa Ceuta

90 percent of the eggs produced live turtles, an historic number.

Bodies of Two Women, one Man, left at Roadside

The murder of the two women in the municipality of Mazatlán brings to 73 the number of women killed in Sinaloa so far this year.

Over the Weekend 46 Fail Breathalyzer

One of the check points was at Avenida Rafael Buelna and the second was on the Malecón.

Breast Cancer Charity Donates Prostheses

Mazatlán charity group, Grupo de Apoyo de Cáncer Mama, announced it will donate 25 silicon breast prostheses.

Only 10% of Mazatlán’s Children go to Dentist

Out of Mazatlán’s 80,000 school-age children only one out of ten has been to a dentist.

Hotel Occupancy Rates Close in on 100%

For the long weekend celebrating the Mexican Revolution hotel occupancy rates are running in excess of 95 percent.

Good Year for Investments, Employment in Mazatlán

Hilda Inukai Sashida, Municipal Secretary of Economic Development, said the numbers are historic for the city.

Rehabilitation of the Golden Zone Advancing Quickly

They are working day and night on Gaviotas and Camarón Sábalo replacing the sidewalks.