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The Freedom From Religion Foundation has set their sights on the Nativity scene at the Heart of Belen Plaza, saying it's "unlawful" for the city to be "endorsing one religion."
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.
Accurate Machine and Tool/ACIM, the Albuquerque company that has relocated to Los Lunas and recently completed a 107,000-square foot manufacturing plant, is now merging with Amscan, a national wholesale party supplies company.
The Merillat cabinet manufacturing plant in Los Lunas that has sat idle since 2011 has been sold to a group of local investors.
As they have for centuries, Our Lady of Belen Catholic Church Fiestas is sure to draw a large crowd this weekend as parishioners gather to celebrate the church, the community and their faith.
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.
Martin Perea, 35, of Los Lunas, was arrested last week by the FBI on a criminal complaint charging him with production and possession of visual depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
With classes about to start next week at University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus, local students now have an inexpensive and easy way to get to and from campus.
The vacant Valencia County manager position drew a baker's dozen of applicants.
It was a day nearly 120 years in the making.
A few women allege they were sexually harassed by a manager while working at Domino's Pizza in Los Lunas. They also claim management is now retaliating against them for complaining about it.
HOMETOWN HERO: Wilfred Sanchez recovering from both physical and emotional wounds from Fort Hood shooting
(This is the second of a two-part series about the tragic 2014 mass shooting at Fort Hood Army base. Belen native Wilfred Sanchez was one of several soldiers wounded.)
The two most influential and powerful state legislators came together recently to endorse the Belen site for the long-awaited hospital.
Some students at Desert View Elementary School have an edge getting into the groove of back to school — they spent part of the summer in the K-3 Plus extended school program.
Middle Rio Grande farmers and community members will have an opportunity to learn about the research being conducted at New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center in Los Lunas during the farm's field day on Wednesday, Aug. 12.
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.