Fewer homes, higher prices around NM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico’s housing market started 2018 like it was still 2017 — with higher prices and fewer homes for sale in most of the state’s largest counties. Despite the limited inventory, single-family home sales in January were up 15 percent to 1,509 sales compared with the same period last year. The median […]

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At least 11 people fall ill after letter containing suspicious substance opened at military base in Virginia

A local Fire Department responded to the military base after a suspicious letter was opened around 1 p.m. At least 11 people fell ill after an envelope containing an unknown substance was opened at a U.S. Marine base in Virginia Tuesday, authorities said. The envelope was opened inside a building at the Joint Base Fort […]

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5 Things I’ve Learned About Dating Post-Divorce

Courtesy of HBO After my six-year marriage ended abruptly, I went through all the post-divorce rituals: wallowing, getting a makeover, reading every self-help book. There was plenty of soul-searching and trying new hobbies like rock climbing and swing dancing in there, too. Truthfully, dating after divorce isn’t always easy. Finding the confidence to try again […]

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Titan Development announces four new storage facility projects in New Mexico – Albuquerque Business First

Titan Development announced plans to build six self-storage facilities in New Mexico and Arizona. The real estate developer said its New Mexico plans include building four facilities, one on Albuquerque’s Westside, one in Rio Rancho and two in Santa Fe. The Westside facility will be at Unser Boulevard and Ladera Drive and will be a […]

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