Official news from the City of Albuquerque
The "filthy, mangy, jazz" group Le Chat Lunatique is the Albuquerque Music Office's featured Band of the Week for Dec. 5, 2011.
Mayor Richard J. Berry, asks the City of Albuquerque to help 8,000 less fortunate children who could go without a Christmas gift this year.
Albuquerque location expected to create 600 jobs by 2013.
Mayor Richard J. Berry and the Planning Department are pleased to announce the designation of the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Hospital, currently known at Hotel Parq Central, as a Historic City Landmark.
Mayor asks for community input on new police car design. Albuquerque Police are considering changing fleet to black and white cars.
Mayor Richard J. Berry unveiled the City’s latest, state of the art senior facility CASA Kitchen.
Area newspaper interviewed actor Ethan Embry on filming in Albuquerque and New Mexico.
The Afro-beat, Drum & Bass, Latin group Concepto Tambor is the Albuquerque Music Office's featured Band of the Week for Nov. 21, 2011.
Mayor Richard J. Berry highlights Albuquerque's progress, reduced crime, and increased government transparency.
Students in grades 1st through 5th are invited to participate in the 2015 "A Senior I Know" Essay Contest.
Indie Hip-Hop artist Justin Hood is the Albuquerque Music Office's featured Musician of the Week for Nov. 14, 2011.
Mayor Richard J. Berry and Police Chief Raymond Schultz unveiled a new police officer cyber lounge Monday that will give officers a place to go, relax and work on reports while they wait for court appearances.
More than 150 public safety officials, service providers, advocates and consumers participated in a mental health summit.
The group Hue-Menn is the Albuquerque Music Office's Band of the Week for Nov. 7, 2011.
Employees of the Week: Art Montoya, Department of Finance and Administration
The Albuquerque Philharmonic Orchestra is the Albuquerque Music Office's Musician of the Week for Oct. 31, 2011.
The Electro Duo is the Albuquerque Music Office's Musician of the Week for Oct. 17, 2011.
Journalists from nineteen African countries met with Mayor Richard Berry to discuss transparency in government.
Mayor Berry's anti-heroin initiative recommended for $100,000 in funding.