A look at what's happening around the majors Monday:
Robert W. “Bobby” Hoxworth, president and CEO of First National Bank Texas in Killeen, has been elected chairman of the Texas Bankers Association for the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year. His term runs through May 31, 2020.
Circle K stores have undergone several transformations in recent months.
Local resident Madelynn Spear said she has always been passionate about fairness—whether mediating arguments between siblings or in her role as a leader at Taco Bell in Harker Heights.
A new building featuring Jeep products and accessories is the latest projected advancement for Freedom Jeep Chrysler in Killeen.
A new business in Killeen is offering yoga, meditation, nutritional and other therapies for overall wellness.
The total number of new vehicles sold in Bell County is down almost 1,000 from this time last year, according to the Freeman Auto Report.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The ninth annual Farmers Market Season opened Saturday at Seton Medical Center under what were first sunny skies that turned to cloudy skies then settled into mostly sunny skies. The stable weather was much to the joy of sponsors, visitors and vendors, alike.
Kids of the greater Killeen-Fort Hood area set up their lemonade stands to do business for a good cause in celebration of Lemonade Day on Saturday.
A new and welcome reprieve from the upcoming Central Texas heat now sits at 3106 E. Veterans Memorial Blvd. in Killeen.
Killeen will lose at least one Family Dollar in the next few weeks as part of a nationwide plan by the dollar-store giant to close hundreds of stores this year.
Is the age of technology affecting the local economy and driving shoppers to seek fulfillment online? Killeen residents say they split their purchases between online retailers and local businesses based primarily on price and availability.
HARKER HEIGHTS — For female business owners or those who seek empowerment in their lives, there is a network program available.
HARKER HEIGHTS — For a Central Texas business owner, this year marks one for the books.
The Killeen Economic Development Corporation gave the Killeen City Council a quarterly update earlier this week, highlighted a chemical plant opening and other recent business developments.
Now that the weather has become milder, Central Texans are better able to enjoy all of the events that the area has to offer. Volunteer with the community for the statewide trash clean up, hit another 5K race to get back in shape for summer, or grab a drink and enjoy the many opportunities f…
Recent employment and income numbers show a comparative decline in available jobs in the Bell County area, but also project that problem should decrease in coming years.
Central Texas College will host its 13th annual Wellness Fair on Wednesday in the Anderson Campus Center (Building 156). The event is free and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is co-sponsored by Seton Medical Center Harker Heights. This year’s theme is “Run Awhile, Rest Awhile, Repeat.”
Residents are vocal about what they see as the greatest deficiencies in the fluctuating local market, but local experts say demand tells a different tale.
A building that stood for decades in Killeen, housing a Whataburger and then later a taco restaurant, was torn down this week.
More than 50 Realtors from the Fort Hood Area Association of Realtors hopped on a bus Tuesday morning to head to the state capitol for Realtor Day.
The chemical plant in Killeen is continuing to spark controversy after a quiet grand opening nine days ago.
The Killeen area’s Shine Team Realtors has been honored by Coldwell Banker for the company’s performance nationally and internationally.
Republican Georgetown Mayor Dale Ross was one of Thursday’s keynote speakers during the inaugural SUSTEX conference in Killeen.
A group of Central Texas banks and credit unions continues to receive high ratings in a quarterly ranking that measures their overall financial strength.
An audience of over 20 — made up of veterans, active-duty soldiers and their family members, along with some real estate agents — gathered on a recent Wednesday at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center to dispel mistruths about the VA home loan process.
As of this past Wednesday, spring is officially here. Get out of your comfort zone with a polo match or hot air balloon ride, volunteer to clean up the community, or get messy at a crawfish boil. What better way to say goodbye to the winter blues than to go out this weekend and enjoy the sta…
The Central Texas College Foundation will host its 11th annual Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon on April 5 at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center. Doors open at
Construction is ongoing of a new Dunkin’ Donuts/Baskin Robbins in Harker Heights, but here’s the big question: When will the sweet restaurant combo open up?
According to the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce, the city is adding yet another food option on Knights Way: a brand-new Church’s Chicken.
Killeen officials welcomed in the city’s newest neighborhood in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday.
More than 20 years ago, when Mar John Ecija, 26, was a little boy, he loved the Disney movie, “Toy Story.” More specifically, he liked the fictional character, Buzz Lightyear, the story’s resourceful space ranger and super hero.
Nearly a third of homebuyers in the Killeen-Temple area are getting mortgages so they can buy a second home.
Some local businesses have closed for good in spite of the promising market from military presence and the close-knit but widespread Killeen-area community from Copperas Cove to Harker Heights.
National franchise retailer, RNR Tire Express, is preparing to open a Killeen location at the intersection of West Jasper Drive and South Fort Hood Street. The official grand opening is scheduled for May 4 but there are plans to open for business the first week in April, officials said.