New ‘sovereign-to-sovereign’ water agreement between Jicarilla Apache Nation and New Mexico aims to address Colorado River Basin shortages
Ten-lot development slated to replace Alvord Elementary School, leaving residents with lots of questions.
Ahead of significant Cerrillos Road redesign project, bicycling advocates call for a break from automobile supremacy.
Santa Fe Public Schools to suspend in-person learning for at least one week to allow spike in COVID-19 cases to ‘settle’.
Conditions that led to historically catastrophic Marshall Fire in Colorado exist in Santa Fe; similar event possible
Transparency organization calls for a more communicative SFPS board amid rising concerns surrounding COVID-19.
Santa Fe’s narrow, discontinuous sidewalks remain impassable to many with disabilities despite legal requirements for accommodations.
What does “seasonal” even mean anyway?
Santa Fe remembers those lost this year as poor health care access takes larger toll on homeless community.
Around the holiday, trash production significantly increases; Amazon and the City of Santa Fe have a marketable solution.
Risk factors for suicide among youths remain high and Santa Fe organizations work to fill in the gaps
Alternative public safety unit fills gaps in healthcare and social services in Santa Fe, but systems-wide changes still needed.
Public safety task force will get one more year to work and funding to hear from the community.
“We stave off sleep to report the pieces of information that almost slipped through the cracks of the public eye”
Proposed changes to New Mexico social studies standards have whipped up fears, but adjustments are nothing new to Santa Fe teachers.