Program is a lifeline for startups when early investment sources run out.
OPINION: In a meeting with the Journal’s Editorial Board, Rep. Patricia A. Lundstrom, D- Gallup, repeatedly stressed her concern that new committee appointments mean there are no “backstops” to the leadership’s agenda.
Mayor Tim Keller’s proposal stems from the city’s ‘Housing Forward’ initiative
Just two weeks into his tenure as New Mexico’s offensive coordinator, Bryant Vincent sits in a bare office overlooking University Stadium and thinks about the question. The answer could go any which way.
The Laguna #3 affordable housing development, which is set to complete in mid-2024, will be able to house 20 families.
Mentoring and helping small businesses thrive is a priority for the Brycon president
A bill overhauling graduation requirements is advancing in the Roundhouse — though not everyone’s happy with it yet. Among other changes, the bill would reduce the requirements to graduate, a measure that sponsor Rep. Ryan Lane, an Aztec Republican, told the House Commerce and Economic Development Committee on Monday will help drive New Mexico forward, […]
SANTA FE — With rising costs of food, gas and other basic supplies showing no signs of dropping, New Mexico taxpayers could be in line to get a new round of financial relief from the state by as soon as this spring. A bill providing $750 rebates for individual taxpayers — married couples filing jointly […]
About two-thirds of the state’s nearly 17,000 rank-and-file employees were already back in the office full-time as of the start of this year.
Correction: A previous version of this story inaccurately described the status of federal relief funding for damages associated with the Hermits Peak/Calf Canyon fire. SANTA FE — A bill aimed at helping fire-ravaged parts of northern New Mexico rebuild local roads, culverts and acequias — without having to wait for federal […]