The Great Blocks project in Las Vegas’ Railroad District took a big stop forward recently, as New Mexico Mainstreet awarded $352,000 for the project, which will allow construction to begin this spring.
San Miguel County Commissioner Harold Garcia was selected as the commission chair for the second year in a row during Tuesday’s regular meeting.
Editor’s note: The following is part of an ongoing series on the roots of addiction in San Miguel and Mora counties, and the solutions being pursued by local leaders in an effort to help those suffering from addiction.
Following months of debate and revisions, the Las Vegas City Council officially approved a resolution regulating the manufacturing and use of recreational cannabis within city limits.
The Regulation and Licensing Department (RLD), Cannabis Control Division (CCD), in partnership with the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED), enacted emergency rules on Thursday, December 2 for the manufacturing of edible and topical cannabis products in the state.
The contractor and “paramour” at the heart of the scandal involving Las Vegas’ former mayor faces 18 months of probation after taking a plea agreement in the case against him in late November.
This time of year, Las Vegas’ Plaza area looks almost like it’s been plucked from a cherished Christmas movie. This helps draw visitors and shoppers to Old Town, but what about the Douglas Avenue corridor?
A lawsuit between the City of Las Vegas and the local acequias originally filed more than 40 years ago has reached its conclusion, with a judge ordering the city to pay more than $1.7 million to the acequias. As part of the agreement, the city will have access to two water rights that it can…
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