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Mérida is a great city to call home, but even those of us who love it the most sometimes get bogged down by things like traffic and the city's constant hustle and bustle.
During colonial times, the Plaza Mayor witnessed the swearing-in of Spanish kings, religious processions, bullfights, and many more important events.
Although free public internet access isn't new, the city has upgraded 26 percent of its routers and other equipment.
As in Progreso, tables and chairs in the Centro should not claim permanent positions in public spaces, a business leader says.
The bandshell in one of the city's most beloved parks may be due for a renovation.
The largest empty plot of land in the city's north should become a park, its neighbors insist.
A young entrepreneur is holding an online fundraiser to bring more trees to Santa Ana park.
The leader of the city's restaurant trade group expressed concern that new regulations could affect restaurants that have been expanded into public parks.
Local companies have joined international food franchises in expressing interest in getting in on the action at the Baxal Ja Water Park.
After years of campaigning and planning by neighbors, volunteers and academics, workers finally are clearing acres of flat, underused space in the Centro.
Three years ago, neighbors mobilized and planted 100 trees on the perimeter of La Plancha. All that work has paid off.
Oxxo, the convenience store chain, will invest about 200 million pesos over the next five years to maintain Parque Flamboyanes in Col. Juan Pablo II, west of the city.
Dining under the stars is one of life's great pleasures. So is a sidewalk stroll, or a walk in the park. Somehow, these pursuits have collided. Literally.
The tourism department installed giant conjoined chair in Santa Lucia Park on Thursday, and visitors have been taking the bait ever since.
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