Sinaloa construction companies are beginning to slowly recover from stagnation that crippled the industry over the past few years.
According to the Noroeste report, so far 18 people have been linked to the robbery.
Israel Victoria Lona, director of the municipal institute of planning, put forward the plan to eradicate vehicles from Centro Historico streets.
The 19th Century organ of the iconic Catedral Basílica de la Immaculada Concepción in downtown Mazatlán has not sounded a note since 1990.
During the month of August there were 107 reported vehicle accidents compared to only 75 in September.
Over 30 sport fishing vessels took part in the 4th Annual Dorado Derby.
Approximately 40 to 60 million pesos will be re-routed to the Center and the other 20 million pesos to constructing one or two roads.
The areas most affected are Cerritos and La Marina where the sea continues to lap against retaining walls.
The as is an open letter to Mazatlán Mayor Carlos Felton.
Waves damaged six meters of foundation under the Malecón walkway.
Despite the damage to the ecology, Conaqua did not issue sanctions against Jumapam as it was considered a “minor accident.”
Tickets are 25 pesos for any seat in the stadium and are now on sale at DIF and municipal sports institute offices at city hall.
Many of the schools in Baja California Sur were destroyed by the ravages of Hurricane Odile.
Parque Bonfil, the home of Mazatlán’s shrimp fleet, freezer plants and auxiliary businesses will no longer be open to the public beginning in October.
The fourth edition of the Torneo de Pesca Dorado Derby Mazatlán takes place in Mazatlán on September 27.