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Reporter distribution delayed by power outages, flooding

Major storm Thursday evening knocks out power in many parts of Guadalajara. Delays production of printed edition of Guadalajara Reporter (should be on stands Friday afternoon). Flooding widespread.

State Congress focuses on suicide

New legislation approved by the Jalisco State Congress obliges two public health agencies to develop policies to attend to people with potential suicidal tendencies.

Area around contested Villa becomes protected zone

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro reacted swiftly to the widespread criticism that greeted the state government’s proposed sale of the abandoned Villas Panamericanas (2011 Pan American Games athletes’ village) to a private consortium.

British embassy to fund sustainable mobility projects

Guadalajara is one of five Mexican cities chosen to benefit from Future Cities (Ciudades del Futuro), an initiative that forms part of the Prosperity Fund Programme sponsored by the British Embassy in Mexico City.   

The worldwide appeal of mariachi music

As usual, the International Mariachi Festival parade last Sunday was a feast of color and emotion. 

Amsoc to serve up special, tasty Mexican ‘patriotic’ treat

Want to try some of Mexico’s most classic food at this time of year? Then head over to the American Society (Amsoc) for its Mexican Independence Day luncheon on Thursday, September 12, and help yourself to some delicious chiles en nogada.