The city of Belen filed a complaint for declaratory judgement and preliminary and permanent injunction in response to a resolution and position statement passed by the village of Los Lunas that city officials say contains "inaccurate, false and misleading" information about the proposed Belen hospital and Valencia Regional Medical Center.
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The public won't have access to any more information in advance of the highly anticipated murder trial for former Albuquerque Police Department officer Levi Chavez, who is accused of killing his wife in the couple's Las Maravillas home in 2007 and trying to make it look like a suicide.
Belen Fire Chief Manny Garcia is back home recovering from spinal surgery after neurosurgeons removed an unknown mass spanning over three vertebrates of the fire chief's lower spine on April 15.
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.
A 21-year-old corrections officer is facing charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and selling or giving alcohol to a minor after deputies found several drunk minors in his house Saturday, two of whom had to be transported to the hospital.
Ninth Judicial District Attorney Matthew Chandler announced that former Portales Police Officer Victor Castillo, age 46, was sentenced this week to 25 years in prison for an ongoing sexual relationship he developed with a Portales High School student when he was assigned as a school resource officer.
In 2010, the Belen Art League wanted to bring a few more people through its doors and thought photography might be one way to do it, says CeCe Aragon, a BAL volunteer.
After leading police on a chase through the streets of Belen, almost hitting two officers and driving into a local park, a suspected burglar is now in custody and charged with a slew of crimes.
The Peralta Elementary School gym was filled with children eager to help second-grade student Cynthia Jaquez-Nevarez, whose leukemia has returned.
What better way to show people they matter the most to you than to give them a party?
A Los Lunas woman charged with numerous felony charges for using other people's credit cards for personal purchases has been sentenced to 42 months in federal prison.
While they're happy it's over, two Los Lunas police lieutenants feel fortunate to have been able to attend an intensive training course that will not only help the department, but their futures as well.
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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 city of Belen plan to file an injunction to stop the distribution of a resolution and position statement passed by the village of Los Lunas, which city officials say contains "blatantly false and misleading" information about the proposed Belen hospital.
For the second year in a row, auditors gave the city of Belen's annual financial report the best opinion they could've received — unqualified.
The public and the governing body gave their two cents on two different proposed ordinances that will be considered by the Peralta Town Council later this month.
A broken water line flooded portions of Presbyterian's Urgent Care Clinic in Belen over the weekend, causing officials to temporarily close its doors.
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.