Anticipating a modest increase in revenues, the Belen City Council unanimously approved a preliminary 2014-15 fiscal year budget last week that would represent a 6.18 percent increase to the general fund.
Even though the Primary Election is less than a week away, one Belen city councilor is hoping that they can clarify its sign ordinance to make it clear when campaign signs can be erected in the Hub City.
Los Lunas police are asking for the public's help in locating two people who they say robbed a Los Lunas business last week.
While some people might not have the monetary means to contribute to their favorite charity or local organization, most can pitch in their time and effort for a good cause.
A New Mexico State Police officer, who has been on leave from his position, was arrested Thursday after police say he put a man repossessing his vehicle in a choke hold.
Sheriff's deputies are still trying to figure out who shot and killed a San Clemente man in his home last week.
The mother of a teenager charged with the murder of a 12-year-old boy has been arrested on charges that she didn't do enough to prevent her son's actions.
The Rio Communities City Council will soon be considering adopting three different ordinances dealing with health and safety, nuisances and animal control.
The city of Belen is without a city manager after the council unanimously voted not to hire the mayor's nominee.
Two months after the Belen City Council voted down a special-use zone change that would have allowed for a crematorium in the Hub City, the funeral home owner has filed an appeal in district court.
Now that spring has arrived, more people are out in the city parks enjoying time with family and friends.
Eleven months after someone intentionally set fire to Adelante's Bargain Square, the local nonprofit agency is finally moving forward with rebuilding its Belen thrift store.
A Los Lunas attorney has been selected by Gov. Susana Martinez to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of District Court Judge William Sanchez.
When Jerah Cordova isn't working his full-time job, he's giving his full attention to his duties as the new mayor of the city of Belen.
Christmas might be a whole eight months away, but it's come early this year for the city of Belen by way of a long-awaited gift of the famous Bugg Lights.
With more than 90 personnel and hundreds of acres on fire, the Pino Fire, which started in Bosque Friday afternoon, firefighters were able to protect more than a dozen structures threatened by flames.
Belen Mayor Jerah Cordova says he wants someone who has strong leadership abilities and a deep understanding of city government as the next city manager.
While Nicole Lardner will never be who she was before, her family says she's making huge strides after a car accident nearly took her life almost six months ago.