A Hub City man and his nephew were found dead Monday in their single-wide mobile home of apparent gunshots to their heads.
A long-standing ordinance prohibiting the use of alcohol in municipal buildings and property is being reconsidered by Belen city councilors in cases of public celebrations, economic development special events or an annual activity.
Belen city councilors approved keeping 45 acres of water rights in the Rancho Cielo subdivision last week rather than selling them for $13,750 per acre-foot.
Five Central New Mexico Correctional Facility corrections officers have filed a civil rights lawsuit in Santa Fe claiming they all have been subject to sexually-based violence and harassment, and say their supervisors have refused to protect them.
In my 44 years of life, I've done a lot of things and, when I think about it more, there's a lot of things I haven't done — intentionally or not.
From the beginning, Bob Skerry has been volunteering his time and expertise to make sure the city of Rio Communities started out with the correct information and move in the right direction.
A retired Belen Schools administrator and educator is hoping his experience and vision will help the newest city in Valencia County become a prosperous and viable community.
Belen Board of Education District 1 Max Cordova: 278 Lorraine Espinosa (I): 153 District 2 Tommy Wisneski (I): 53 District 3 Larry Lindberg (I): 75 District 5 Larry Garley (I):…[Read more]
As the old water tank near Interstate 25 and the Camino del Llano exit started to come down last week, some residents and Belen High School alumni were stunned that the eagle painted on the tank was being destroyed.
Hoping to get older residents to become more active, the Valencia County Senior Olympics is challenging area seniors to a fun but healthy competition — the VC-100 Fitness Challenge.
A special needs educational assistant at Belen High School is sitting behind bars, charged with allegedly having a sexual relationship with one of her students, sending him provocative pictures and serving him alcohol.
For many, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a time for service and remembrance. Roughly three dozen people in the community came to the Heart of Belen Plaza Monday to enjoy musical performances and speeches, honoring and celebrating King's message.
Mike Moreno is proud to have grown up and to live in Belen, a city to which he gives his time, his labor and his heart. Moreno was named the Greater Belen Chamber of Commerce's Citizen of the Year at Saturday's annual installation banquet.
The Bosque Farms Police Department arrested a Peralta couple last week on charges of child abuse, tampering with evidence and felony drug charges.
Last week, the world was shocked and appalled by the deplorable attacks at the Paris office of the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. Twelve men and women were murdered for…[Read more]
As Los Lunas Fire Chief Atalino "Lito" Chavez gazes around his office at photographs, certificates of appreciation and a host of other memorabilia commemorating his 38 years in the fire service, he hesitates for a moment.
Whether it's building a tent from a couple of blankets and a sofa or sneaking them that extra cookie or two or getting that extra long hug from those tiny but strong arms, being a grandparent is one of the most amazing milestones everyone should cherish.
A local funeral director is fired up after the Belen City Council unanimously approved a special-use zone permit for a crematory in the Hub City.
Members of two different families getting a bite to eat at McDonald's in Bosque Farms were accosted by two men who wanted to take cuts in line last week.
As Global Fashion Technologies plans on setting up shop in the old Solo Cup manufacturing plant south of Rio Communities, the city of Belen is doing what it can to help the company.