Aerojet Rocketdyne is closing its Socorro facility.
The water project at the school will proceed as planned. That's what Superintendent Mike Chambers told the Magdalena Municipal Schools Board of Education at its monthly meeting Monday night.
The New Mexico Game Commission ruled at its monthly meeting last week that it will no longer automatically issue permits to allow private landowners to hold carnivores in captivity for the purpose of reintroducing them into the wild.
The operation of the Magdalena Area Medical Center came under fire Monday night at the regularly scheduled meeting of the village Board of Trustees. Although the clinic is village property, it is operated under a professional services agreement with Presbyterian Medical Services.
Construction is well underway for the Dollar Tree store on South California Street, which could spell good news for those limited to a tight budget. Adopting a concept reminiscent of the old five and dime store, Dollar Tree sells nothing over one dollar.
Cody Polston of Socorro looks for the truth in the strangest of places. He and members of the Southwest Ghost Hunters Association, an organization he founded in Socorro in 1985, are trying to clear up mysteries or, as the case may be, validate claims of hauntings.
October events in Socorro continue this weekend with New Mexico Tech's 49ers Weekend, celebrating the 125th anniversary of the founding of the School of Mines in 1889.
Michael Bletzer has a rough job ahead of him. The Albuquerque archaeologist is determined to map the boundaries of the original pueblo over which Socorro was built.
Celebrating the free state of Socorro, this year's Socorrofest offers something for everyone, as the cliché goes.
The cost of electricity is going up.
Firefighters from three area fire departments responded Monday afternoon to a scrap lumber fire at a saw mill near the Very Large Array, off Highway 52 west of Magdalena.