The Bosque Farms Police Department is now officially a woman down.
After months of renovations, San Antonio de Padua Catholic Mission threw open its doors, welcoming a new pastor and rededicating the building to the community and its faith on Sunday.
A seat on a local education board which has been empty since last November will remain unfilled for a little while longer.
There was talk about hair, Minecraft, Five Nights at Freddies, more hair and cancer.
You could call it a family antique, even an heirloom. If by antique and heirloom you mean a nearly 50-year old piece of American iconography made real in the form of a muscle car.
Everyone loves a love story.
An out-of-state developer looking to expand health care options in Valencia County is encouraging residents to push county commissioners to hear his proposal.
In the spread-out district the Belen Consolidated Schools sports teams play in, getting to matches, meets and games is often an hours-long trek.
As passenger cars buzzed by and large semis growled down the hill of eastbound N.M. 6, the governor stood on the sandy shoulder last Wednesday and announced that improvements to the two-lane highway were on the way.
The vacant Valencia County manager position drew a baker's dozen of applicants.
It was a day nearly 120 years in the making.
As a young boy growing up in Tomé, Miguel "Mike" Sosa didn't realize he was just a few miles away from what would become his legacy to the community and veterans throughout the valley.
The trunk of Kathleen Hill's car is full and she really wants that to change.
Officially a Belenite for almost a month, new superintendent for the Belen Consolidated Schools Max Perez has been out and about, learning his community and exploring the district.
The times they are a changing for the Valencia County volunteer fire service and its firefighters.
Gov. Susana Martinez visited with second and third-grade students at H.T. Jaramillo Community School in Belen Friday to remind students there is still time to participate in the New Mexico True Summer Reading Challenge.
An eleventh hour announcement from Valencia County had local municipalities scrambling to cover the costs of their emergency medical services for the next fiscal year.
A little more than two years after a fire decimated a local thrift store, the organization is rising from the ashes, coming back to the city of Belen better than ever.