New Mexico state officials are spending about $75,000 a year on a process the governor criticizes as being a waste and behind the times.
Today at City Hall Erik J. Litzenberg was sworn in by City Clerk, Yolanda Vigil as the new Fire Chief for the City of Santa Fe in front of his family, peers and friends.
If you've ever uttered this statement, or something like it, you may be the kind of guest currently being catered to in the swankiest hotels all over the world.
The Santa Fe Police Department is being recognized as the best in the state for working to stop drunk drivers.
The Santa Fe Public Library is seeking candidates for the Library Board. Members are appointed by the Mayor to represent the residents of Santa Fe.
Santa Fe police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run Thursday morning. It happened at about 3 a.m. on Saint Francis Drive right between San Mateo and Alta Vista Street.
New Mexico's 15 state-run museums and historic sites will be free this summer for active duty members of the military and their families.
Downtown Santa Fe can be tricky to navigate by car, especially for newcomers to the city, but bike and scooter rental shops have capitalized on the need for simplicity.
Taylor Hilburn , a recent graduate at Santa Fe University of Art and Design , says he knows that his work with award-winning cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto probably makes him the envy of film students around the country.
The City of Santa Fe and the USS Santa Fe Committee are hosting a visit of ten crewmembers from the 52nd Los Angeles class fast attack nuclear-powered submarine, also dubbed the USS Santa Fe , over Memorial Day weekend.
Gisela Genschow grew up in Hamburg, Germany's major port city and home to The Hamburg Ballet.
No flow for a summer vacay? Prop a chair by the Santa Fe River, pick up a book, squint real hard et voilA , you're in the French Riviera.
What follows, as recorded on her website robinsullins.com , is the ultimate challenge for the human spirit, as a family is tested, extreme decisions are made and financial ruin is imminent.
Once a Martinez administration golden child, Rick May finds himself in the unlikely role of whistleblower after a faked audit scandal rocked the New Mexico Finance Authority last summer.