Tunich Fair 2022 coming to Dzitya, Yucatan

The Mérida City Council is working on the upcoming Tunich 2022 Artisan Fair in a.

Construction works continue on Mérida’s “Paso Deprimido”… Why is it taking so long?

The works were not affected by the recent rains. In spite of last week’s rains,.

30% off on property tax payment during January

The payment of the property tax is an obligation that must be made every year.

State Government delivers ten new patrol cars in Mérida

MÉRIDA, YUCATAN (April 3, 2020).- The municipality of Mérida received ten new patrol cars from.

“Otoño Cultural” two weeks of cultural activities statewide

From October 16th to 31st, more than 600 artists will participate in the 2019 edition.

Eight businesses have been suspended in the last 15 days due to excessive noise

Mérida Yucatán; September 11, 2019 (ACOM) .- At least 8 businesses have been suspended for.

25 thousand people come to live in Mérida every year

It is a huge challenge for the municipal government to increase the supply of housing,.

City offers alternative for abandoned properties in downtown Merida

The danger that abandoned properties in the Historic Center of Mérida could represent, might be.

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Red Tide affecting tourism in Progreso and other ports

The president of the local delegation of the National Chamber of Small-scale Commerce (CANACOPE), Jorge Cardeña Licona, declared that the…

7 new cases of monkeypox detected in Yucatan

According to information provided by the Yucatan health secretary, there are 7 new cases of monkeypox detected in the last…

The federal government starts construction of the new Yucatan thermoelectric plant

The construction of the thermoelectric plant, announced by the federal government on several occasions, has already begun with the leveling…

System in the Gulf of Mexico has small chance to develop into tropical depression

The National Hurricane Center continues to keep its eye on a system in the Gulf of Mexico with a small…

61% of the total indigenous-speaking population is concentrated in 5 states

Only five states concentrate more than 61.09 percent of the population that speaks indigenous languages Yucatán, Oaxaca, Chiapas, Veracruz and…