March 2010 - Posts

Major Binational Mayor’s Summit In Rosarito Seeks to Unite The Californias
29 March 10 09:54 AM
By Ron Raposa Mayors Hugo Torres and Rodolfo Valdez, with Governors Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jose Guadalupe Osuna SAN DIEGO--- A major bi-national summit for mayors and other leaders from Southern and Baja California on issues ranging from the border Read More...
Rosarito Commends 3 Women For Work on Baja Blonde Reality TV Program
26 March 10 12:59 PM
ROSARITO BEACH, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO---The city has recognized three women for their work on developing a reality TV show that highlights the beauty, attractions and advantages of living in Baja California. City Mayor Hugo Torres on Wednesday presented Read More...
The 2010 Renaissance: Tijuana/Baja California
26 March 10 12:21 PM
By Dr. Elinor Garely, eTN | Mar 21, 2010 “Why go there? You’ll find no one but drug lords and other bad guys.” This is so yesterday! The Tijuana of today is a center for gourmet dining, luxurious hotels, world-class artists and musicians, Read More...
U.S. retirees find home in coastal Mexico
16 March 10 01:14 PM
First of five studies reveals price and proximity to U.S. are big draws By Sandra Dibble, UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER ROSARITO BEACH - Favorite activity: strolls on the beach. Biggest gripe: litter. Primary reasons for retiring in Mexico: the lower cost Read More...
President Calderon Pledges Incentives For Film Making In Rosarito and Mexico
10 March 10 02:43 PM
By Baja Lover ROSARITO BEACH, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO---President Felipe Calderon on Tuesday pledged incentives to attract more international film makers and productions to Rosarito and the rest of Mexico. Speaking to an audience of about 400 people, Read More...
Rosarito 2009 Crime Rate Falls 21% To A Baja California Best 5-Year Low
04 March 10 12:26 PM
ROSARITO BEACH , BAJA CALIFORNIA , MEXICO ---For 2009 Rosarito had the largest year-to-year decline in crime of any city in Baja California --- 21 percent --- and was the only city to reach a five-year low, according to state figures. “These are Read More...

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