Last updateFri, 25 Sep 2020 8am

Periferico stations take shape

The first of 46 “stations” are going up in the “Mi Macro Periférico” project that will see the entire central divider of the 41.5-kilometer Guadalajara ring road converted into a bus lane. 

Nariz Roja opens new shelter

The Nariz Roja (Red Nose) charity that supports children with cancer has opened a multi-functional albergue (shelter) in downtown Guadalajara.

Feminists stage anti-Grito

Around 200 women belonging to feminist activist groups stormed Guadalajara’s Rotunda of Illustrious Citizens Wednesday in a protest they described as an “anti-Grito,” to draw attention to Mexico’s disturbingly high incidence of gender-based violence.

Users flock to ‘super-fast’ new subway line

Infection from Covid-19 didn’t scare off Tapatios eager to experience for the first time Guadalajara’s latest transportation jewel: the third line of the Tren Ligero (light train or subway).

Health care workers in ‘grito’ spotlight

There were no crowds or fireworks at this year’s Grito ceremony in downtown Guadalajara but emotion was not completely absent.