A small New Mexico company in Moriarty may soon help Internet search giant Google Inc. enhance online services for users worldwide.
A special meeting held by the Edgewood Town Council last Saturday on the creation of an independent school district ended with no more answers than when it began.
As far as Easter egg hunts go, the annual Bethel Storehouse Easter Egg Hunt at Moriarty's City Park last Saturday was pretty easy — the brightly colored plastic eggs were in plain sight.
Coinciding with its 50th anniversary in 2016, the Sandia Peak Tram upper terminal building will get a face lift.
When literary types think of Moriarty, they usually have Sherlock Holmes' nemesis in mind.
Most people don't start thinking about fire prevention until a fire strikes, but by then it may be too late.
Times of drought can hit wildlife pretty hard so Bernalillo County Open Space is asking East Mountains residents to step up and lend a hand.
When most of us make a mistake, the number of people who know is normally small.
New Mexicans produce roughly 2 million scrap tires every year, many of which end up in illegal, dangerous and unsightly tire dumps around the state and the remainder of which must be shipped out of state or recycled into other products.
Edgewood's troubled wastewater treatment system received an influx of funding from the 2014 New Mexico Legislative session.
The Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority returned to the Torrance County Commission meeting March 26 with another proposal addressing the future of the relationship between the two entities.
A drought doesn't care about state boundaries. A drought doesn't care about worthy causes or animals in need.
Orange barrels always seem to appear in the spring.
Roosevelt Middle School and A. Montoya Elementary schools in Tijeras combined into a single school at the beginning of the school year to create the first pre-kindergarten through eighth grade school in the Albuquerque Public Schools.
A pair of water projects will be starting in Moriarty in a month or so.
The Moriarty-Edgewood School District Board of Education has filed a lawsuit against the state Public Education Department and Secretary-designate Hanna Skandera over the department's rejection of the district reorganization plan that would close two elementary schools.
Small towns need small businesses, but many factors can inhibit an individual's dream from taking off into reality.
The Torrance County Commission held a special meeting and an executive session last Thursday to discuss matters regarding county manager Joy Ansley, but a motion to put her on administrative leave did not move forward.
New arrivals are joining Wildlife West Nature Park following the expanded summer hours and annual uptick in visitors.