(Editor's note: This is the fifth of a year-long monthly series about how alcohol and drug addiction effects the community and how those affected work to achieve a better life.)
A requested zone change for a Dollar General in Los Chavez got the green light from county commissioners on a 4-0 vote last week, but there were a few stipulations.
Thanks to pesky gophers, residents off of Park Place Drive in Bosque Farms woke up to a hell of a morning Monday.
One candidate was literally jumping for joy while it was smiles all around for everyone else Tuesday evening after the results of the Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District election were announced.
Sam Martin's classmates cheered him on like a rock star last week.
Business at Bosque Farms could be called challenging, at the least.
The afternoon was a mix of sunshine and clouds, interspersed with a few raindrops, as the Belen High School boys tennis doubles team squeezed in one final practice Tuesday before heading to state tournament play.
Last weekend was busy for county track and field teams, as they traveled across the state for their penultimate meet before district competition begins.
County officials and commissioners are in a tough spot as they plan for the next fiscal year.
If you haven't received your absentee ballot for the upcoming Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District election, don't worry — the polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday, May 7.
(Editor's note: This is the fourth of a year-long monthly series about how alcohol and drug addiction effects the community and how those affected work to achieve a better life.)
On an unanimous vote, Bosque Farms village councilors approved a special use permit for an assisted living community on Bosque Farms Boulevard last month. The three-unit facility will be a Bee Hive Homes franchise.
The race clock was at 4:09.44 when the first explosion ripped through the crowd gathered near the finish line of the 117th Boston Marathon on Monday.
On a 4-0 vote last week, Valencia County commissioners enacted an immediate six-month moratorium on commercial development along a 4.5 mile stretch through the heart of the Tomé-Adelino area.
The small cloth bundle isn't even the size of a baseball. Tied off with a brown ribbon, the tan package is filled with 2.97 ounces of rice and beans — the amount of food many people in the world eat in one day.
In the beginning, it was lights, camera, action. Now it's time to push play on the fourth annual Leading Edge Film Festival.
The Valencia High Jaguars track coaches took their teams to the Don Kirby Tailwind Collegiate and Rio Rancho High School Invitational at the University of New Mexico this weekend for a number of reasons.
By now Valencia County residents have probably noticed the new ambulances on the streets.