Socorro General Hospital has a new medical office building to be completed in the fall of 2013.
New Mexico Tech's Society of Women Engineers is dedicated to teaching members to be successful and develop skills.
On Feb. 7, Zimmerly Elementary School fourth and fifth grade students from the after school program took a field trip to the capitol in Santa Fe. The students went to lobby for money for the after school program, said head of teachers Janice Jaramillo.
On Feb. 11 Socorro General Hospital's doctor of physical therapy Dan Lanari was recognized and chosen by the American Physical Therapy Association as professional of the week.
Easter is right around the corner, and so is the 12th annual Eggsibition to be held at Vertu Fine Art Gallery.
Natural remedies, medicines and healing solutions are only some of the things that make Ember's Herb Shoppe a quaint new addition to the Socorro community. The shop is small and cozy with different types of herbs that can't be found anywhere else in town.
Zimmerly Elementary School offers a bike to school event at the beginning of each month.
At the school board meeting Monday night Superintendent Randall Earwood congratulated board members Pauline Jaramillo and James Chavez for being re-elected to the board. Jaramillo was sworn in at the annual school board convention, but since Chavez wasn't there, there will be a swearing in ceremony for him at the board meeting on Mar. 25, Earwood said.
It is that time again to sip tea, get glamorous and socialize with people in the community at the ninth annual Spring Tea event March 3 at the Bodega Burger Lounge. The event will be from 2 to 4 p.m. and tickets are $25 each.
The people in Socorro can say "oh wait a minute" because there is a new postmaster in town.
At the City Council meeting Tuesday night, in the public forum, concerned Socorro citizen Robert Lopez said his neighbor uses dead animals mixed in with his manure to fertilize his land.
Tresco Inc. reaches out to people who with developmental delays and those who are disabled to help them become a bigger part of the community.