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Recent articles by Matthew:

New cannabis delivery service enters ABQ market

Priscotty made its first delivery earlier this month → Read More

Sandia Area Federal Credit Union names new CFO

Robert Nagaki Sandia Area Federal Credit Union on Tuesday announced that Robert Nagaki will be its new chief financial officer. Nagaki replaces former CFO Kevin Todd, who was appointed CEO last year, according to a news release. In a statement, Nagaki said, “I’m excited to be a part of the Sandia Area team. I look forward to taking on new responsibilities and continuing to support the credit… → Read More

The Verdes Foundation to use state funds to train new hires

Cannabis firm is one of 10 to receive funds from Job Training Incentive Program in January → Read More

Phil Casaus takes helm at Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce

Mentoring and helping small businesses thrive is a priority for the Brycon president → Read More

Recreational cannabis: Sunland Park overtakes Santa Fe, Las Cruces for No. 2 on state sales list

The $26.5 million in adult-use sales in January is the second best sales month since April → Read More

Medicaid provider procurement process canceled

HSD says decision made after departures of Secretary Scrase and Medicaid Director Nicole Comeaux → Read More

Black Business Summit planned for early February

The summit will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Feb. 7 and 8 at the Albuquerque Convention Center. → Read More

State announces departure of Medicaid director

Information about a replacement is not yet available → Read More

Heinrich: $774K going to small business efforts

Federal funds from Omnibus Appropriations Agreement → Read More

Ex Novo Brewing Co. to open Downtown Albuquerque location

Company, investors bought the former Firestone building at Seventh and Central → Read More

City moves to hearing officer for subdivision, plat reviews

City says hearings to approve/deny issues will take place twice a month → Read More

Median price drops for homes in Albuquerque metro area

December figures show continued cooling but inventory remains low → Read More

Local PR firm Sunny505 acquires Marketing Solutions

The deal makes Sunny505 one of the largest PR firms in New Mexico → Read More

Bernalillo County is pausing applications for its grants for COVID-era essential workers

The application period opened on Monday morning, and funding was first-come, first serve. → Read More

City names new economic development director

There's a new director for the City of Albuquerque's Economic Development Department. M ... → Read More

Top Workplaces 2023 nomination period extended

The deadline has been extended for the 11th annual Top Workplaces, a Journal program that looks to h ... → Read More

Essential workers now eligible for $3,000 Bernalillo County grant

Premium pay bonuses will soon be available to essential workers who helped keep businesses open during the COVID-19 pandemic. Bernalillo County announced this week that the $5 million in federal funding it had allocated for the grant program – which the commission approved in October – will become available on a first-come, first-served basis starting Monday morning. Employers will have to apply… → Read More

U-Haul stats: NM ranks 19th in latest growth index

Copyright © 2023 Albuquerque Journal U-Haul’s annual growth index shows that slightly more people rented U-Haul trucks to come to New Mexico in 2022 than to leave the state — but barely. The numbers show a significant change from 2021, when there was a much larger percentage of people arriving than leaving. New Mexico ranked No. 19 for 2022 in U-Haul’s growth index, a drop of nine spots from the… → Read More

The year cannabis went green in New Mexico: A look back on 2022

A look back at the advent of legal recreational cannabis — and a glimpse into the new year → Read More

SeedCrest offering budtender training program online

Program covers the cannabis industry’s history, product knowledge, retail practices → Read More