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A $1 million broadband infrastructure project to improve Internet speed, pricing and availability in Santa Fe is beginning today.
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The New Mexico Arts Commission says seven artists and supporters of the arts are recipients of this year's Governor's Awards for Excellence in the Arts.
The head of the New Mexico Economic Development Department says a massive tax package passed by lawmakers in the final days of the legislative session is having a positive effect on jobs.
The future home of the new Agua Fria Elementary School in Santa Fe was hit by burglars who took of with $25,000 worth of tools.
The city of Santa Fe has launched a $1 million project aimed at improving the city's broadband infrastructure and boosting the availability of high-speed Internet connections.
David Richard Gallery will present "Wavelength," the gallery's second solo exhibition for artist Beverly Fishman .
The City of Santa Fe's Transit bus shelters will be undergoing a transformation effective mid-May. Prototypes of new bus shelter designs were installed in October 2012 at three downtown locations.
SANTA FE New Mexico's Supreme Court took up the question Wednesday of whether a judge misused the state's shield law for rape victims, preventing a young man from receiving a fair trial.
A church whose members drink a hallucinogenic tea as a sacrament will be reimbursed $750,000 by Santa Fe County's insurer for legal fees as part of a settlement that resolves a land-use dispute.
In the month of April, the New Mexico State Land Office earned $45.4 million in revenue for the beneficiaries of the state land trust.
The state of New Mexico is taking legal action to shut down the Santa Teresa Country Club until it pays tens of thousand of dollars in delinquent taxes.
It will be a day of praying for rain and blessings for fields and community ditches as New Mexico Catholics gather to honor San Ysidro, the patron saint of farmers.
This week, all five districts of the Santa Fe National Forest entered Stage One fire restrictions, which ban campfires and smoking in certain areas.
In 1881, Santa Fe's first archbishop, Jean-Baptiste Lamy, deeded the "oldest house" to St.