Anticipating a modest increase in revenues, the Belen City Council unanimously approved a preliminary 2014-15 fiscal year budget last week that would represent a 6.18 percent increase to the general fund.
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After more than two years, a lawsuit contesting the election of Los Lunas Councilor Amanda M. Perea has been put to rest.
Heading into the final days before the June 3 primary, the Valencia County clerk wants to remind voters that there would be a few changes this year.
Every parent's nightmare is an injury to their child. For single mother, Veronica Baca, a teacher at Raymond Gabaldon Elementary School, that nightmare came true. Her son, Marc Baca, 22, was rushed to the hospital on March 11 after taking a fall from the roof of his grandparent's house in Albuquerque.
The proposed medical clinic in Veguita is temporarily on hold, at least until the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration's Local Government Division approves the funding.
Even though the Primary Election is less than a week away, one Belen city councilor is hoping that they can clarify its sign ordinance to make it clear when campaign signs can be erected in the Hub City.
Gardeners, farmers and students interested in learning more about how to build healthy, moisture-retaining soils are invited to the annual Spring Garden Fair at Arboretum Tomé on Saturday, May 31.
After 32 years with the Belen Consolidated Schools, Curriculum Director Geneva Nixon was bid a fond "aloha" by her coworkers last week.
Many young people change their minds a few times about what they want to be when they grow up, but Miranda Chavez, a senior at Los Lunas High School, hasn't wavered about what she wants for her future.
A Valencia County Commission candidate with a complaint about his challenger's campaign materials may have to literally go tell it to a Marine.
Los Lunas police are asking for the public's help in locating two people who they say robbed a Los Lunas business last week.
Bosque Farms village councilors unanimously approved a preliminary budget for its next fiscal year that included a small raise for employees and called for the village to shoulder more of the health insurance costs.
After a lawsuit opposing the county's decision to award mill levy money for a hospital in Belen was dismissed, it's unclear whether or not a medical facility will be built in Los Lunas.
Three Valencia County students getting ready to graduate high school next week are well on their way to a bright future thanks to Microsoft founder Bill Gates.
Two dozen Democratic candidates running for local and state offices turned out for a candidate forum hosted by the Valencia County Federation of Democratic Women last Thursday. The offices range from state representative to county officials to various judgeships.
(The Valencia County News-Bulletin and Valencia Shelter Services are partnering to commemorate the 25 years of service VSS has provided to domestic violence victims and to the community. In the coming months, 25 articles recounting the history, highlighting the services, telling survivors' stories and profiling those who have contributed to VSS's history and continued success will be featured. The series will conclude in October, when VSS will officially recognize its 25th anniversary during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.)
The Wounded Warrior Project provides free programs and services for soldiers injured in the wars since 9-11 and helps them build successful lives. To raise money for the project, local marathon runner Jim Schnitzler, organized the Believe in Heroes Memorial Day Run.