After several starts and stops, canceled procurements and even a lawsuit, it looks like curb-side trash pick up may see the light of day in unincorporated Valencia County.
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Wanting to make a difference in his community and in his neighborhood, a Belen businessman is getting involved in making sure a local park is clean for children and families.
The Valencia Art Center will be holding its third annual A Montage of Color art exhibit and sale July 8-29 at the Belen Harvey House Museum.
When an American flag becomes too faded and worn to be flown, it should be respectfully retired in one of two ways — it is either buried or burned.
After nearly two weeks of searching, a Belen woman and her 2-year-old son, who police believed to have been forcibly abducted by her boyfriend, have been found.
Born and raised in Michigan, Rod and Calvé Libby made their way out West not just for a better life, but for a life that inspires their art.
The legal wrangling over the mill levy dedicated for the operations and maintenance for a hospital in Valencia County is far from over.
They are a bunch of pretty little birds that are making a pretty big mess.
Los Lunas police are asking for the public's help in locating a man who they believe might have some information regarding a possible homicide that occurred over the weekend.
A new gas-fired power plant on Belen's west mesa got the green light from the New Mexico Public Regulations Commission late last week. The PRC's approval was the last step before the construction on the plant could begin.
It's been called the Stanley Cup of the school bus world.
As domestic violence continues to plague families in Valencia County, one local resident has stepped up to help the most innocent victims of this tragic epidemic.
There are new rules for septic tank pumpers, and a recent complaint put Lawrence Jaramillo, owner of Peralta's Septic, on notice.
If a Florida utility company is successful in its efforts to purchase New Mexico Gas Co. later this year, most customers won't see much of a change. In fact, they might see a short-term drop in their monthly bills.
Only a handful of residents turned out Monday for the first of six public workshops being held to get the word out about an increase in gross receipts taxes to help the county meet budget priorities. The seven priorities were created in partnership with the public.
The 17th annual Los Lunas Chamber of Commerce's Summerfest in Heritage Park is a four-day event this year, and everything is free except vendor merchandise.
Come July 1, sending or viewing text messages on a handheld device while driving will be illegal in New Mexico.
Her love for the law won't stop when she steps off the bench tomorrow for the very last time, but 13th Judicial District Court Judge Violet Otero says it's time to hang up her robe and retire.
Belen residents will be getting a bit of a reprieve from a scheduled increase on their city utility bill that was to take effect beginning next month.
The outcry hasn't been quite as public as in some school districts, but educators in the Belen Consolidated Schools are not happy about the new teacher evaluation system handed down by the state.