Miles and miles of miniature mainline railroad tracks, model railroad engines, tiny towns folk doing everything from farming to flying kites and small replicas of local establishments will soon need a new home.
In an effort to assist people in finding a job, aid local businesses in finding employees, help everyone learn more about local enterprises and revitalize the local economy, a business expo is being organized for all that and more.
For more than 60 years, Pete's Cafe has been more than just a place to eat some of the most sought-after authentic New Mexican cuisine — it has become part of Belen's culture, its traditions.
The congregation at St. Philip's Episcopal Church in Rio Communities is searching to search for answers as to who would deliberately set a fire at the church, and why.
There will be perky penguins and plump polar bears, carefree carousals and Santa's sleigh, more than 200,000 lights, 50 Christmas trees and all the holiday cheer you could ever imagine.
Many have described Belen Police Officer Mike Esquibel as a man who not only wanted to help others but to really make a difference in people's lives — and he did.
While the city of Belen has been working on renovating the old City Hall, the governing body isn't yet quite ready to go through the process â€• or the expenseâ€• of placing the building on the National Register of Historic Places.
For the past 11 years, the Greater Belen Chamber of Commerce has brought the Rio Abajo community together with a festival that has something for everyone.
Sheriff's investigators say a Los Chavez man is lucky to be alive after being shot five times outside his home Saturday night.
A bit more than a year old, the citizens of Rio Communities is ready to celebrate its incorporation with floats, marching bands, horse clubs and flag-waving politicians riding in convertible cars.
For the first time as a municipality, Rio Communities city councilors unanimously approved the Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan that gives residents and legislators a clear picture of the direction of the city for the next five years.
The Los Lunas Police Department will soon seek out and purchase a new canine unit to join their force.
Kaylon Northcutt, one of the first four residents elected to serve on the Rio Communities City Council, resigned his position a little more than a year into his term.
A Belen man pleaded no contest Tuesday to charges that he shot and injured his estranged wife in January 2013 in their Belen apartment.
A little more than a year into its existence, the city of Rio Communities might soon have a permanent place to call home.
Two people driving the same car were arrested and charged with driving drunk in Bosque Farms on Friday.
Two masked men were caught lurking on a Bosque Farms ditchbank last week, but were quickly arrested thanks to a watchful resident.
A Los Lunas man is behind bars for allegedly shooting his friend for not giving him money and drugs.