SINGAPORE (AP) — Asian markets were mostly lower on Tuesday after the International Monetary Fund trimmed its global outlook for 2019 and 2020. The downgrade came after China said its economy grew at the slowest pace in 30 years in the last quarter of 2018. Wall Street was closed for a holid…
Grabbagreen Food and Juice in Killeen, 2802 W. Stan Schlueter Loop, is slated to host a free lunch and learn event from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Marco’s Pizza celebrated the grand opening of its second location in Killeen on Sunday.
While Fort Hood has reported that the ongoing government shutdown has not affected the military or agencies on post, there are some affects to the area.
Although they have hired several drivers since November, the Killeen Independent School District is 82 drivers short of the number they would like to have, according to Terry Abbott, the district’s chief communications officer Terry Abbott.
COPPERAS COVE – Centex Vocational and Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce co-hosted Cove Coffee & Commerce on Friday.
Construction of phase one of a Mitsubishi Pure Chemicals America plant, will be complete in February, said Charles Watts, president of Killeen Economic Development Corporation, in a business update to the Killeen City Council.
If you missed the Take the Lead brunch in Killeen this year, it’s not too late to find opportunities to get to know strong women in the community.
The lighting of the new Advent Health sign at the old Metroplex hospital campus signifies a new day for healthcare, according to Kevin Roberts, President and CEO of Advent Health Central Texas — the new name for what is formally known as Metroplex Hospital in Killeen.
A new Indian restaurant is setting up shop along East Central Texas Expressway and Trimmier Road by the Red Lion Hotel in Killeen.
A free medical clinic in Killeen is going through changes as it enters its 25th year.
There are only a few days left to enjoy holiday events and activities before Christmas day arrives. Check out these recurring holiday light attractions, family-friendly events, and opportunities for the kids to visit Santa, all within this listing.
It seemed like no one knew what was coming: Little River Healthcare, which operated clinics in Killeen, Harker Heights, Temple and other parts of Central Texas, abruptly closed earlier this month after declaring bankruptcy earlier in the year.
A trio of local companies recently held a donation drive for families and children in need, and organizers met Monday to present the donated toys and other items to a local charity organization.
Bell County new car sale numbers continue to climb over last year’s numbers — despite a small slip in November sales numbers — while sales in Coryell County continue to drop lower and lower, according to this month’s Freeman Auto Report.
Ellis Air Systems, 3513 Florence Road in Killeen, is doing its part to give back to the community once again this holiday season by gifting a free furnace to a local family in need.
The decision was unexpected — for health care providers, as well as patients.
The holiday events continue this weekend as Christmas and other winter holidays are fast approaching, and the number of shopping days remaining dwindles. Plenty of winter events, concerts, performances, and more are going on in the Killeen area. Use this listing as a go-to guide to plan out …
It’s never too late to start a new Christmas tradition, and a new one will start Saturday in Florence.
Local author and illustrator Alicia Young held a recent launch party in Killeen for her first book, “Drawing from God’s Love: An Artist’s Devotional.”
The recent opening of Killeen’s second Aldi grocery store has brought 20 jobs to the local area and provided another place for residents to buy food at a low cost.
Dallas-based Senior Care Centers LLC, a nursing and senior care provider with locations in Temple, Killeen, Harker Heights and Copperas Cove, announced Wednesday that the company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The city of Killeen released more information Tuesday on its $68,000 website design, saying the winning firm on the project far outscored other competitors in a staff committee review.
A Bell County baker managed to secure a spot on Santa’s nice list this season by winning one of the Food Network’s newest holiday competition shows.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Some folks just can’t resist a good deal, even if it means braving the Black Friday hustle and bustle.
It can be a challenge finding activities and events for the family to enjoy while spending the remainder of the Thanksgiving holiday together. Luckily this list has a number of family-friendly events and outings to keep everyone entertained during the long holiday weekend.
Students from the Killeen-based Texas Metropolitan Ballet Academy are ready to perform “The Nutcracker” at the Killeen Arts & Activity Center and the Temple Cultural Activities Center next month. Academy students auditioned for both shows in early September.
In a recent press release, food delivery app Uber Eats announced that it plans to expand its coverage to include 70 percent of the U.S. by the end of the year, and now several Killeen restaurants are available on the app.
Central Texas College faculty, CTC Foundation board members, students, friends and family gathered Thursday night in the Anderson Building at the CTC campus to recognize scholarship winners and the benefactors who donated to make those scholarships possible. Just over $368,950 in scholarship…
Texas A&M University-Central Texas will host the “Technology Related Crimes Against Children Conference” on Nov. 28. The free two-day training conference is facilitated by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s Texas Regional Office.