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The latest evolution of the School of Dreams Academy includes a student schedule change and new digital arts equipment, but the biggest change is the school's official designation as an Early College High School.
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.
(This is the first of a two-part series about the tragic 2014 Fort Hood Army base mass shooting. Belen native Wilfred Chavez was one of several soldiers wounded.)
The times they are a changing for the Valencia County volunteer fire service and its firefighters.
Los Lunas councilors approved the higher — rather than a lower — bid for construction of the Interstate 25 and N.M. 6 Beautification Project.
Bosque Farms held its 76th Community Fair a week earlier than usual and it might have cut into attendance numbers, but it still held all the charm of a small-town fair.
After decades of planning, a ground-breaking ceremony was held Monday on the new crosswind runway at the Belen Alexander Municipal Airport.
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.
Belen Gov. Susana Martinez visited with second and third grade students at H.T. Jaramillo Community School in Belen Friday afternoon to remind students there is still time to participate in…[Read more]
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.
Voters might get their chance to decide whether they are willing to pay higher property taxes for a new fire station and improved sidewalks in the Hub City come next March.
A former Albuquerque Police Department officer acquitted two years ago of murdering his wife is suing Valencia County officials, saying there was never probable cause for him to be charged in the case.
The Los Lunas Chamber of Commerce might change its name again before all is said and done, but the local nonprofit is not dissolving.
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.
A handful of Los Lunas residents spoke out against plans for a bike bypass in their neighborhood south of N.M. 6 in the Sichler Road area.
In the upcoming 2015-16 school year, Los Lunas Schools will start the next evolution in school reforms.
Ed Dapo is a social worker at Los Lunas High School with a passion to help students become successful, not just academically, but socially and emotionally as well.