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The Bosque Farms Village Council is thinking about just going with the flow when it comes to sewer rates for the neighboring town of Peralta.
Los Lunas councilors sat silent earlier this month when Mayor Charles Griego asked for a response to approve an amendment to the water rights purchase agreement the village made last May with Huning Ranch developer Curb South.
After a Supreme Court decision last week, one ambulance service in Valencia County finds itself back to square one.
The grand opening of the Valencia County Child Advocacy Center at the Henry Perea Building on Morris Road in Los Lunas was held on Friday.
The congregation of First Baptist Los Lunas wasn't planning to add a fountain to the church's landscaping, but after tragedy struck two families — families that were total strangers to them — it seemed like an obvious thing to do.
Residents in Peralta with homes off La Ladera Road are getting flooded every time it rains. Peanut Road appears to be a spillway for an arroyo coming down off Isleta Pueblo land.
For the first time as a municipality, Rio Communities city councilors unanimously approved the Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan that gives residents and legislators a clear picture of the direction of the city for the next five years.
What do you do when a house is on fire and the fire department isn't there yet?
The Los Lunas Village Council approved lowering the traffic speed limit on Highline Street in the Buena Vista and Fiesta neighborhoods.
One Belen School Board member would like to see all vacant positions in the district brought before the board before they are filled to determine whether the position is still needed.
Los Lunas resident, Benjamin Park received his Ph.D. in history this spring from one of England's oldest academic institutions in the world — Cambridge University.
The Los Lunas Police Department will soon seek out and purchase a new canine unit to join their force.
Kaylon Northcutt, one of the first four residents elected to serve on the Rio Communities City Council, resigned his position a little more than a year into his term.
A Belen man pleaded no contest Tuesday to charges that he shot and injured his estranged wife in January 2013 in their Belen apartment.
A little more than a year into its existence, the city of Rio Communities might soon have a permanent place to call home.
It's taken several months, but the county finance director was able to tell the commissioners recently that the county wouldn't be reimbursed about $50,000 in grant funding.
Sometimes you find out who your friends really are the hard way. Brett Garner found out he trusted the wrong person when he got a court summons in June for illegal dumping. To say he was surprised was an understatement.
At a restaurant in Los Lunas anticipating chicken tacos one August afternoon, 75-year-old Eddie Segura noticed two women pass his table on their way out.
Butterflies and bees zigzag around the towering sunflowers and tasseled corn stalks at the Valencia Community Gardens. The scents of dill, basil and sun-ripened tomatoes are in the air.