Last updateSat, 22 Jun 2019 1pm

Live creches capture Christmas spirit

With the holiday season coming to a peak over the next few days, the parish churches of Chapala and Ajijic will capture the true meaning of Christmas by staging live nativity scenes at their doorsteps.

Chapala gaga for glamorous gal boxing champ

Fiesty female boxing champ Irma “La Guerita” Sanchez proved to be a knockout among Chapala area sports enthusiasts during her special guest appearance Sunday, December 16 at the kick off for a local futbol rapido tournament.

Local man found dead after abduction

An Ajijic native of Mexican and U.S. parentage abducted on the evening of Friday, December 14 was found dead early the following morning at the edge of an isolated back road near the boundary of El Salto and Tlajomulco. The site is situated a short distance from the Chapala-Guadalajara highway.

Chapala immigration chief answers FAQs

As a significant number of Lakeside expats continue to agitate about how their lives will be impacted by Mexico’s new immigration law, the Reporter asked Chapala’s INM migration services chief Juan Carlos Galvan to clarify some key points of contention. Here is how he answered a dozen frequently asked questions.

Foreigner suspected in rash of break-ins

Expat residents have become alarmed by a recent rash of attempted break-ins and home burglaries in the lakeside area. At least ten known cases have occurred in the stretch between La Floresta and La Canacinta since the last week of November.

Local Red Cross disaster heroes

Officers of Cruz Roja Chapala put together a modest ceremony Monday, December 10 to salute seven paramedics who have showed their mettle in relief efforts related to various major natural disasters.