Last updateFri, 22 Jul 2016 8am

Program to stop bullying in its tracks gathers pace

Bullying in schools has been a problem for as long as schools have existed. But most have not figured out how to deal with it, sometimes punishing or expelling the aggressors or quietly letting the victims slip away to another institution. 

City center gets deep cleanse

Pioneering Guadalajara Mayor Enrique Alfaro is determined to fulfill his stated goal to “clean up” the historic city center – quite literally!

Finally! Outer city ring road is ready for initial stage debut

The first stage of Guadalajara’s outer city ring road, the macrolibramiento, is expected open once Jalisco Governor Aristoteles Sandoval returns from his vacation at the end of next week. 

Setback for activists campaigning to save city suburb’s Bosque Alto

Santa Anita Hills, a polemic real estate development that environmental activists say threatens the integrity of the Primavera Forest in suburban Guadalajara, has been given the green light to proceed by federal authorities. 

City welcomes opera royalty

On Thursday, exactly half a century after he made his dramatic stage debut in Guadalajara, tenor Placido Domingo once again trod the boards of the Degollado Theater.

Guadalajara wants Gay Games

Guadalajara has launched a bid to host Gay Games XI in 2022, along with ten other cities worldwide.