After 26 years in Legislature, the Albuquerque Democrat, educator and thespian has been nominated to be Senate president pro tempore.
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Santa Fe has long had an affordable housing crisis, with many families struggling to find — and stay in — a home. Those struggles have only increased during the coronavirus pandemic.
Members debated for nearly two hours on an amendment that would shorten the lease and require the nonprofit to host meetings with community members.
A rising case count statewide, plus the coronavirus outbreak at one of Albuquerque's major shelters, on top of the cold weather that will soon arrive, is a triple-whammy for Santa Fe's homeless population, Jordan-Berenis and other advocates said Monday.
Their grievances grew louder last week when the Santa Fe City Council discussed renewing the lease for the Interfaith Community Shelter at Pete’s Place for four years.
On Wednesday, the Santa Fe City Council sent the lease for the Interfaith Community Shelter at Pete’s Place back to several committees before …
Interfaith Community Shelter at Pete’s Place has a 120-bed capacity at its Cerrillos Road building but can only fill 36 beds to comply with social distancing.
The committee of five City Council members recommended allocating about $172,000 from $6.5 million in savings the city achieved amid a budget crisis to fully fund a $400,000 lighting and sidewalk improvement project on Harrison Road. The savings came from delaying other capital projects.
Peter Williams is the lead singer of The Sticky, a funk band that's been playing around Santa Fe since 2011. They have a new album, and you're not going to be able to stream it for free.
With the opening of Major League Baseball after a four-month delay, I am reminded that one of the reasons baseball is our national pastime is …
To sweeten the deal, Los Alamos National Laboratory would be able to use part of the land to build support facilities and enhance its operations.
The Santa Fe attorney beat six other Democratic candidates, including former CIA operative Valerie Plame, in a crowed field to succeed Ben Ray Luján, who is running for U.S. Senate.