As part of an initiative to incentivize people enrolled in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) to find employment, the state's Human Services Department (HSD) is reestablishing some old requirements.
Not everything that goes into the Rio Grande is an aquatic treasure.
The 43-mile, $287 million San Acacia Levee project begins with Socorro.
Socorro County Detention Center inmates will no longer have completely free access to medical services.
A sweeping land-use plan involving communities near Department of Defense operations throughout Socorro and neighboring counties is coming to fruition.
At the center of the Socorrofest main stage is the multi-faceted Rhythm Divine, with band members who bring multitudes of experience.
A person's face makes for the best kind of "canvas," according to Albuquerque artist Gigi Archibeque.
These young Navajo male musicians stand confident and calm in most of their pose band photos.
Coming down from the mountains of Ruidoso, Jones And Miles will add a splash of bluegrass and folk music to Socorrofest.
Numbers comprised by the New Mexico Health Department and presented by City Councilor Ernest Pargas reveal the area's youth are cutting back on substance abuse, but Socorro County is still above the state average.
Two Alamo Navajo Community School students are vying for the crown of Miss Alamo. Tierra Lynn Apachito and Dessikah Secatero, two high school students from the Alamo community, will compete for the crown.
The 34th annual Alamo Navajo Indian Days celebration will take place in Alamo Friday through Sunday, Oct. 10-12 at Walters Park.
To facilitate a broader spectrum of teens in the area, the Socorro County Juvenile Justice Board (SCJJB) is in the process of hiring a new teen center manager.
Although the county's domestic violence agency is seeing a surge in people seeking assistance, a report of last year's incidents showed a drop in abuse numbers.