Last updateFri, 29 Apr 2016 3pm

Chapala sets reduced budget for 2016

The Chapala government anticipates operating on a budget of slightly over 216.5 million pesos during 2016. The figure is substantially lower than the 331 million budget the previous administration set for 2015.

Telmex boosts internet capacity in Ajijic

Ajijic residents who have been left on hold for the past six weeks will be relieved to learn that Telmex has finally completed an upgrade of its local Internet equipment and resumed business for new Infinity service contracts.  

Chapala leash law not yet in full effect

Local dog owners are advised that while a local leash ordinance has yet to be enacted, tourist inspectors on guard at the Chapala and Ajijic waterfront promenades may approach them to request they keep their pets collared and leashed in those areas. 

Young gymnast is a winner

Arlin Herrera, 13, a resident of the Love in Action children’s shelter in Chapala, recently competed at the Copa Mykonos gymnastics competition in Leon.  

Dustup stirred by off-road Mud Fest rumble in Ajijic

Scores of residents living in the vicinity of Tobolandia and the low end of the Libramiento bypass are in an uproar over the raucous Festival de Lodo (Mud Fest) held Sunday, December 6 at the Ruta 4x4 off-road park, a new attraction tacked on to the sprawling aquatic complex.

Chapala decks the halls for December festivities

Downtown Chapala is all dressed up for the holidays, with a life-size nacimiento (nativity scene) and giant natural Christmas tree adorning the new esplanade outside city hall and the sparkling nighttime lighting illuminating the main avenue and waterfront Malecón.