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Centro Streets Closed Tonight for “Venta Nocturna”

Beginning at 6pm, Aquiles Serdán road will be closed to traffic from Av. Zaragoza to Ángel Flores.

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39 Road Projects Needed to Handle Expected Traffic Influx

The cost for the road projects is estimated to be 5,000 million pesos.

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Shrimp Harvest Down this Year

Last year shrimpers brought in a record 20,000 tons.

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Operation “Celebra Sin Disparar” Begins

The media campaign includes radio spots, billboards, and posters in strategic locations.

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Jumapam Closes Traffic Lane on Main Highway for Three Weeks

Transito police will be on site to facilitate traffic flow, but drivers should be prepared for delays.

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President of DIF Mazatlán Gives Report on Social Services

The 24 programs run by DIF are based on assisting society in general, children and adolescents, families, handicapped persons and senior citizens.

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Dispute Erupts over Señor Frog’s Trademark

The history of Señor Frog’s dates back to 1963 when Carlos Anderson and his partner Charlie Skipsey founded Grupo Anderson’s and the restaurants Carlos ‘n Charlie’s

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Juárez Stall Owners Protest Police Raids on “Pirated” Merchandise

La Avenida de la Américas was closed to traffic for an hour during the demonstration

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Mayor Higuera to Run for State Diputado in 2013 Elections

Current State diputado, Carlos Felton González, has announced he will seek the position of Mayor of Mazatlán.

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Property Taxes Rise 4% in 2013

The increase will be reflected on municipal property tax bills due out in January.

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Convention Centre to Hold Gala New Year’s Eve Party

To close a successful year with 290 events held, the Mazatlán International Center (MIC) invites the Mazatlán community and foreign residents to a New Year’s Eve Party.

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Teachers Continue Protest in Front of SEPyC Offices

Teachers protested demanding a bonus payment they say they are entitled to at the change of each federal government.

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CEO of the Port Authority gives update

There are no scheduled cruise ship arrivals until November and December of 2014.

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Hundreds march in Dia de la Virgen de Guadalupe procession

Hundreds of Mazatlecans paid tribute to the “Mother of Mexico,” to celebrate a mass in her honor yesterday evening.

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City Pays Down Debts to Service Providers

The present administration inherited over 120 million pesos in debts to contractors and service providers.

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