(This is the first of a two-part series about the tragic 2014 Fort Hood Army base mass shooting. Belen native Wilfred Chavez was one of several soldiers wounded.)
The times they are a changing for the Valencia County volunteer fire service and its firefighters.
Los Lunas councilors approved the higher — rather than a lower — bid for construction of the Interstate 25 and N.M. 6 Beautification Project.
Bosque Farms held its 76th Community Fair a week earlier than usual and it might have cut into attendance numbers, but it still held all the charm of a small-town fair.
Belen Gov. Susana Martinez visited with second and third grade students at H.T. Jaramillo Community School in Belen Friday afternoon to remind students there is still time to participate in…[Read more]
An eleventh hour announcement from Valencia County had local municipalities scrambling to cover the costs of their emergency medical services for the next fiscal year.
Voters might get their chance to decide whether they are willing to pay higher property taxes for a new fire station and improved sidewalks in the Hub City come next March.
A former Albuquerque Police Department officer acquitted two years ago of murdering his wife is suing Valencia County officials, saying there was never probable cause for him to be charged in the case.
The Los Lunas Chamber of Commerce might change its name again before all is said and done, but the local nonprofit is not dissolving.
Building a hospital in Valencia County has been a topic of contentious discussion and debate for more than eight years, and no one seems any closer to delivering a health care facility than they were in 2006.
The idea is in place, the location has been secured and now the real work begins as volunteers with the local Disabled American Veterans' post move forward in establishing a Veterans Memorial in Belen.
About 30 residents and some representatives from animal protection organizations packed Peralta Town Hall recently to talk about its animal control ordinance.
A Belen man was shot and killed early Monday morning and sheriff's detectives have arrested the man who they believe is responsible.
A new court schedule for the village of Bosque Farms seems to have irked the mayor and council, with at least one councilor calling for the municipal judge's resignation.
With an increase of transients in the Hub City, city councilors are contemplating an ordinance that would prohibit aggressive panhandling in the city.
Two years after incorporation, the city of Rio Communities now has a planning document how guide its future.