A Los Lunas woman is behind bars, charged with trying to kill her boyfriend in Peralta.
Belen city councilors will be considering whether to decrease the penalty for late payments on water bills or not charge residents a late fee at all.
Despite not having new capital outlay funding for road projects this year, city of Belen officials are moving forward in repairing what they can with what they have.
I hug people and people hug me. That's how life works around these parts.
Sometimes just a show of support and a big fluffy dog can give someone the little extra encouragement they need.
Nearly two years after a Los Lunas teenager took his own life after being bullied and tormented, the state Legislature passed a bill that carries his name as well as his mission.
Rio Communities city councilors unanimously voted earlier this month to approve a solar overlay zone for a piece of property PNM is interested in for a solar generation facility.
An Albuquerque man was arrested earlier this month for selling bootleg CDs at the Belen flea market.
Valencia County sheriff's deputies have arrested one man for a home invasion Monday morning but are still looking for a second suspect.
The streets of the Hub City haven't been the same for the past couple of months since Belen's favorite resident Trinnie "Pito Pito" Baca became ill.
An elderly woman and her pets have the Belen fire chief and a couple of helpful neighbors to thank for saving their lives from what could have been a tragic fire.
St. Mary's Catholic School in Belen is well known to the local community but their efforts to get their name out there has garnered them a national award.
Candidates wanting to get their name out to voters in the city of Belen might have to play by some new rules when it comes to campaign signs.
Walking up to Toby Sanchez's two-story adobe home on South Main Street in Belen, it's hard to imagine the history and memories housed within those walls.
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.