KILLEEN — When participants in Heritage Park Fitness’ Biggest Loser Contest wanted to get rid of tempting holiday candy, they knew just who to give it to.
The Harker Heights Kiwanis Club learned about the Pet Adoption Center from club member and Assistant City Manager Patty Brunson on Tuesday.
Gift givers wanting to get a jump start on their Christmas shopping or those wanting to know where they can shop local will soon have their chance.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting for certified public accountant Derland Bahr’s new firm at 2 p.m. Dec. 4.
By Bob Massey
Members of the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI 2014 leadership class gathered Wednesday afternoon for lunch, prepared by the Armed Services YMCA, after their graduation ceremony at St. Paul Chong Hasang Catholic Church Parish Hall in Heights.
The Vision XXI 2014 leadership class, sponsored by the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce, continues to take a close look at results of the Life Enrichment Fair it held on Aug. 9.
The Harker Heights Kiwanis Club met Tuesday in their new location at First United Methodist Church at the corner of Harley Drive and Cardinal Street in Heights.
Little white ribbons of dough get dropped into a pot of simmering water in the kitchen of Opa’s Schnitzel Hut.
A new job for Elizabeth Turner marks a new time of her life.
For the past few weeks, folks walking into the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce building have been greeted by Eric Kilter.
Area businesses and individuals who support efforts of the Harker Heights’ Development Overlay District No. 1 along the Knight’s Way corridor are urged to turn in letters of support.
Celebrate Christmas in July at the Harker Heights Farmers Market from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday on the front lawn of the Seton Medical Center Harker Heights, 850 W. Central Texas Expressway.
New and familiar faces are at the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce.
With a passion for music and a desire to own a coffee shop, Harker Heights residents Jennifer and Henry Moore brewed up the plan to blend the two at M&M Coffee House.
NOLANVILLE — Residents could soon be slurping down hot java and munching doughnuts when Ron Yoeung opens AM Donuts.
Helping people live better, naturally, is at Helen Dimitrakopoulos’s core.
Elizabeth Tayeb set up an elaborate lemonade stand outside Wal-Mart. As she waited for customers, the 9-year-old said the experience of running her own business for a day taught her valuable lessons.
There were horseshoes, saddles and boots made on the spot in workshops at the 1st Cavalry Horse Detachment, a briefing at III Corps and Fort Hood headquarters about the history and vastness of the largest Army installation in the world and a tour of the First Cavalry Museum during the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI field trip May 2.
Tameka Driver-Moultrie, community engagement coordinator for the city of Killeen and the youngest president of a local chapter in the 43-year history of the NAACP, was the featured speaker at the April 3 meeting of the Harker Heights Rotary Club.
Another member of Nolanville’s Economic Development Corporation Board has resigned.
The newest member of Nolanville’s Economic Development Corporation Board wants what the residents want.
A good veterinarian is hard to find, especially when detour signs, road closures and construction are involved.
The Harker Heights Recycling Center will be expanding its offerings to residents in the coming weeks.
Rob Robinson presided over his first Harker Heights City Council meeting Tuesday in his new role as acting mayor. His first official action was reading a proclamation declaring Feb. 16-22 as “National Engineers Week.”
More than 200 new homes were constructed in Harker Heights in 2013, and 2014 is off to a good start.
After several trips before the City Council, developer Chris Doose of Austin received the green light Tuesday to move forward with “The Enclave at Heights” subdivision, located behind H-E-B between Indian Trail and Lookout Ridge.
The city’s recent Employee Recognition Ceremony was bittersweet for City Manager Steve Carpenter, who will retire at the end of December from a post he’s held for 19 years.
Born and raised in California, Barbara “BB” Crawford never thought she would end up in Texas. She fully expected to either be living on the West Coast or in a brownstone in New York writing books.
Open enrollment for the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI leadership class is underway.
Walking into Balance Massage and Bodywork, the nose is soothed by scents of tea tree oil and jasmine with a friendly face at the reception counter and soft meditation music.
John Reider, owner of John Reider Properties, tries to be low key and behind the scenes when it comes to volunteering, but there was no hiding when he received a community service award in front of more than 400 people.
Born in 1961 and raised here, Randy Sutton has seen Harker Heights transition from a pig farm to the bustling and growing city it is today.
Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce named Central Texas College its Large Business of the Year at the annual awards banquet Oct. 28.
For Realtor Eva Keagle to be honored as the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year, it is all about giving back.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce transformed the Killeen Civic and Conference Center into an opulent stage Monday night for the 25th annual Awards Banquet and Celebration.
Walking into the Harker Heights bakery, the nose is bombarded by the sweet smell of sugary confections and ears are met by a friendly chorus of “Welcome to Cookie Addiction!”
A boombox played country music and the scent of grilled hot dogs wafted outside the Sam’s Club Hiring Center in Killeen at a neighborhood military appreciation event from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Black and white New York skyline wallpaper, the smell of fresh baked pizza, and a friendly chorus of “Welcome to Bobby Lupo’s” greets customers as they open the door to one of Harker Heights’ fastest growing businesses.
One family’s passion-infused soul food has made its way to Harker Heights. The Waffle Den opened its second shop after operating less than a year on Jasper Drive in Killeen.
HARKER HEIGHTS — After one year as the only Catholic-affiliated hospital in Bell County, Seton Medical Center Harker Heights is treating double the patients it did after opening in June 2012, CEO Matt Maxfield said Tuesday.
Businesses throughout the community are geared up to handle the influx of people coming to the city to celebrate Father’s Day.
Imagine you’re on the set of the old hit TV show “Cheers,” but instead of a basement bar in Boston, you’re in a corner restaurant with a spacious outdoor patio in Harker Heights,
HARKER HEIGHTS – Sam's Club has set up a hiring center to fill the 175 job positions available at the new store under construction in Harker Heights, according to a news release.
Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of articles featuring Harker Heights night life.
Vietnamese food and frozen yogurt.
Family memorabilia fills Randy Curtis’ office at Heights Lumber and Supply in Harker Heights. Photos of grandparents, siblings and Curtis’ young grandchildren adorn the walls of the business Curtis and his family have operated for almost four decades.
Tucked among the businesses in a secluded part of McDowell Plaza in Harker Heights sits a lemongrass-scented restaurant that serves authentic Thai cuisine.
BELTON — On a recent Saturday afternoon, the weather was cloudy, cool and windy but that didn’t keep wine lovers from sipping wine on the covered patio at Nolan Creek Winery in downtown Belton.
Richard Kitterman’s 16-year run as regional director of the Better Business Bureau in Central and South Texas comes to an end Wednesday when he plans to retire.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce has several upcoming events, including:
Join the Belton Chamber of Commerce for Shakers & Stirrers at 11:30 a.m. Friday at the Wildflower Country Club, 4902 Wildflower Lane, Temple.
Business partners Chris Doose and Shawn Easley are going where no developer has gone before in Harker Heights.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Rooms To Go, a furniture chain with stores across the country, is coming to Harker Heights, the city announced Monday.
Local IHOP restaurants will offer a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes to each diner from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. today, in recognition of National Pancake Day.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The city has once again ordered the demolition of 19 vacant houses on Lynn Drive after postponing the project late last month, leading the property owner, David Buttross, to file an asbestos complaint against the city with the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Dr. Scott Law, owner of Central Texas Orthodontics in Harker Heights, and his wife, Jessica Law, want visiting the orthodontist to be fun.