Last updateFri, 16 Feb 2018 7pm

Roadside food stands relocate

Under a do-or-die ultimatum issued by the Chapala government, the popular roadside food stands set off the highway at the west end of San Antonio Tlayacapan were relocated at the end of last month.

Chapala natives rush to the rescue

Nine employees at Cruz Roja Chapala are back home after five days of intense labor in Mexico City, where they were assigned to dig out ruins left by the calamitous September 19 earthquake.

Local Independence heroes remembered

Countless lakeshore inhabitants and visitors have traveled streets or come across schools bearing the names Marcos Castellanos, Encarnación Rosas and José Santana. Few are well versed in the historical background of these designations.