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Located approximately 64 miles northeast of Albuquerque, New Mexico, The Spanish laid out the city according to the "Laws of the Indies," town planning rules and ordinances which had been established in 1573 by King Philip II. The fundamental principle was that the town be laid out around a central plaza. An important style implemented in planning the city was the radiating grid of streets centering from the central Plaza.

Population: 72056
Local Newspapers: Santa Fe New Mexican
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Local Colleges: St. John's College Santa Fe University of Art and Design

Zip Codes associated with santa fe, new mexico: 87501 87505
Towns/Cities near santa fe, new mexico : Espanola Tesuque La Cienega Las Vegas Glorietta White Rock Chimayo

Santa Fe News
Enough housing? Yes, even in Santa Fe

The lack of sufficient housing for working families and young professionals in Santa Fe is one topic on which everyone can agree. There are not enough places to live.

Santa Fe graduate a mover in global campaign to ban nukes

It was midmorning in early April 2009, and a crowd had gathered in Prague's Hradcany Square to hear the American president speak. As Barack Obama took the stage, an assortment of small flags from many nations waved from outstretched hands.

Graves' is a - showcase for New Mexico'

Sela Ward in the second season of Graves, a political drama that has filmed in and around Santa Fe. Ward's Margaret Graves, a former first lady, is seeking a Senate seat in the new season.

Change in leadership could mean shake-up among City Hall staff next year

The $130,000-a-year position of deputy city manager, held by RenA©e MartA nez, pictured in December, could be particularly vulnerable when a new full-time mayor takes office next year. Luis SA nchez Saturno/New Mexican file photo The $130,000-a-year position of deputy city manager, held by RenA©e MartA nez, pictured in December, could be particularly vulnerable when a new full-time mayor takes office next year.

County maps out plan for early-childhood education

The coalition of early childhood educators and community members has the ambitious goal to guarantee universal access to early childhood education. DoA a Ana County maps out plan for early-childhood education The coalition of early childhood educators and community members has the ambitious goal to guarantee universal access to early childhood education.

State economy still lags nation as unemployment rate continues to dip

From left, intern Dan Hodges of Albuquerque and Santa Fe Studios employee Max Sinclair remove an air conditioning duct on Wednesday at the studio. Hodges is a student in the film technician training program at Santa Fe Community College, which requires a hands-on internship in the film industry.

Santa Fe's wildland firefighters have deep ties to - Only the Brave'heroes

The Granite Mountain Hotshots overlook a wildfire in a scene from 'Only the Brave,' which was filmed around Santa Fe. The city's 20-man Atalaya Hand Crew was mentored by the Granite Mountain team.

Huffington Post to feature Albuquerque Sign Language Academy for tour

The online news outlet is currently on its "Listen to America" national bus tour. They've been on the road since Sept.

Teacher on leave after allegations she shampooed students' hair

A Santa Fe first-grade teacher is entangled in controversy following reports by police and school officials that she washed students' hair in the classroom sink because their hair was too fragrant for her sensitive nose. As a result, Maria Bernardez, who teaches at Nina Otero Community School, has been placed on administrative leave by Santa Fe Public Schools.

Lawyer asks judge to toss trespassing charge against Calif. man

An attorney for a California man arrested during a protest last month of an annual Fiesta de Santa Fe event is calling on a judge to throw out trespassing charges, accusing city police of violating his client's First Amendment rights by hauling him off the Plaza, a public space. The motion, filed Thursday by attorney Todd Coberly, is just the latest argument in an ongoing debate over the city's handling of the Sept.

N.M. 4 near Los Alamos to close for utility work

A section of N.M. 4 near Los Alamos will be closed Friday night and Saturday as the Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities works on a waterline project near the road. The stretch of N.M. 4 between East Jemez Road and N.M. 502 will be closed in both directions between 9 p.m. Friday and 9 p.m. Saturday, the agency said in a news release.

Sexual assault victims encouraged to enroll in confidential address program

In light of the recent wave of reports on sexual harassment and sexual assault, the state is encouraging victims to enroll in its confidential address program. New Mexicans who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, can use a fictitious mailing address.

NM judge orders release of clergy sex abusea

The records include letters and reports from psychologists to church leaders that detail allegations against three priests in New Mexico. New Mexico judge orders release of clergy sex abuse records The records include letters and reports from psychologists to church leaders that detail allegations against three priests in New Mexico.

Medical pot program making changes to keep upa

Most of the state's 48,000-plus patients have been diagnosed with either post-traumatic stress disorder or severe chronic pain. New Mexico's medical marijuana program making changes to keep up with growth Most of the state's 48,000-plus patients have been diagnosed with either post-traumatic stress disorder or severe chronic pain.

Pair of former Corrections officials dropped from sexual harassment suit

A state District Court judge ruled Wednesday that two former top officials with the New Mexico Corrections Department are protected under a legal doctrine from being named in one of the largest sexual harassment lawsuits filed against Gov. Susana Martinez's administration in her nearly seven years in office. Government employees generally are protected under the doctrine of qualified immunity so they can carry out their official duties without facing the constant threat of litigation - unless it can be proven they intended to violate someone's constitutional rights.

Uncle George' helped shape presentation of arts, culture in New Mexico

George Ewing served as the director of the state anthropology laboratory, as director of state museums and as New Mexico's first cultural affairs officer. New Mexican file photo George Ewing served as the director of the state anthropology laboratory, as director of state museums and as New Mexico's first cultural affairs officer.

Santa Fe airport manager moving to Los Alamos airport

Cameron "Cam" Humphres, who is resigning after running Santa Fe's airport for about 19 months, will begin as manager for the neighboring county's one-runway airport in November. Humphres, a Los Alamos native and pilot, called the job "an opportunity to serve the community that was the catalyst for my lifelong passion."

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