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2 more cruise ships coming to Progreso in ’21

Carnival is planning on sending two more cruise ships — and a lot more tourists — to Progreso.

Repaving on Mérida-Progreso highway to snarl traffic for the next 55...

The state highway department is preparing for 55 days of road work on the Mérida-Progreso highway.

Engineering school in Chuburná results from pact with Querétaro

A Querétaro Aeronautical University campus in Chuburná is one of the first products of a new collaboration between Yucatan's port city of Progreso and the city of El Marqués, 1,500 km away.

Progreso beach will be 1st in Yucatan fly the Blue Flag...

The port city of Progreso is on the cusp of obtaining Blue Flag Mexico certification for complying with various environmental protection standards, said Mayor Julián Zacarías Curi.

Progreso’s infrastructure upgrades are under way

A government entourage tours an aging pumping station that serves Progreso. It will be replaced as part of a series of...

Tribute to Women in Rock

The Women of Rock is a tribute to some of the most well-known and influential female rock artists from across the decades.

City brings new taxis to Progreso, offering free rides to disabled...

A new fleet of "Eco-Taxis" has come to Progreso. Photo: Facebook Progreso, Yucatan — Thirty new blue "Eco-Taxis"...

Progreso builds moorings to organize fishing boats along the beach

Progreso's new moorings encourage fisherman to tie their boats along the beach. Photo: Punto Medio Progreso, Yucatan —...

Restaurant calls police when tourist won’t leave beach palapa

The beach in Progreso is for everyone, but the palapas are private. Photo: Courtesy Progreso, Yucatan — A Mexican...

Investors plan luxury condos at abandoned Progreso hotel

A hotel site has been purchased by investors after decades of abandonment. Photo: Diario de Yucatan Progreso, Yucatan...

Progreso port terminal has doubled in volume in 2 years

Progreso's container terminal has doubled in volume over the last two years. Photo: Courtesy APM Terminals Yucatan announced...

Progreso’s whale skeleton display will be guarded 24/7

The restored whale skeleton recently unveiled on a new stretch of malecon would seem to be vulnerable to mischief-makers or careless visitors.

Progreso packs in the activities for 148th anniversary

The Muelle de Chocolate in Progreso. Photo: Courtesy Progreso, Yucatan — As part of the city's 148th anniversary...

Progreso cleans up, getting ready to celebrate 148th anniversary

Intense cleaning, conditioning and lighting work is being carried out in time for Thursday's festivities to mark the port city's 148th anniversary.

Stepp On It at the Chocolate Pier

The rock/funk/blues group Stepp On It performs at the Muelle de Chocolate (Chocolate Pier) 9-11 p.m. Friday, July 28. Free.

Carnival replaces Sunrise with a much larger cruise ship in Progreso

The Carnival Dream sets sail on its first voyage from its new home port of Galveston on May 13, heading to...

Progreso exports rise over 50%, but are dwarfed by imports

Exports have risen over 50 percent in Progreso. Ships at Progreso exported 390,000 tons of cargo...

Progreso’s Biciruta is in honor of dads everywhere

A Father's Day Biciruta is scheduled in Progreso. Photo: Courtesy Progreso, Yucatan — The port city is hosting...

Stepp On It: Live music at Jaguar 62

Rock music from Stepp On It, with a floor show by Wayito and Pitaya.

Progreso rehabs 25 beach access roads

Map adapted from a Diario de Yucatan graphic Progreso, Yucatan — One month after its beach recovery program...

‘Enchantment’ begins docking in Progreso

The Enchantment of the Seas begins docking in Progreso. Photo: Courtesy Progreso, Yucatan — Royal Caribbean's "Enchantment of...

Progreso beach vendors fight city hall, find compromise

Vendors from along the malecon have already achieved some measure of victory while announcing the formation of a new group to protect their interests.

Vendors’ property cleared from Progreso beaches, malecon

Vendors in Progreso can no longer leave furniture for rent on the beach or walkway overnight.

Money comes through for Progreso’s infrastructure projects

The state has allocated 60 million pesos for infrastructure projects in this struggling port city.