Coffee & Headlines • March 3, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


City Hall agrees to pay firefighters and civil protection department workers their bonus.

Cruise tourism is on the rise.

The city’s environment experts issue recommendations should you come across a crocodile.

Mind your high heels! There is a gap along the Isla Río Cuale pedestrian bridge.

Ocean water quality to be evaluated at all local beaches prior to Semana Santa.


City will contribute $924,000 for the repair and preservation of the Guadalupe Church cupula.

The Puerto Vallarta Naval Museum opens its doors again after a two-year hiatus.

The ‘Angel of Hope’ sculpture will return to Puerto Vallarta’s Malecón.

The Puerto Vallarta Marathon returns in April.

My bad! I forgot to mention this on the broadcast! VOX has done it again, in case you are in need of a basic explanation of Putin’s war on Ukraine (IN ENGLISH)


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