The word has spread about the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation’s adaptive sports — now known as Ability Sports — program, and once again the program filled all its available slots before the session had ever begun.
Dominique Robinson, 46, lives in Killeen, owns Big Foot Lawn Care, which also operates in Harker Heights
Celebrate space exploration at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
In the spirit of the Fourth of July, The Training Center of Central Texas hosted a military appreciation barbecue Saturday at its Harker Heights location.
BELTON — The combined choirs of four churches and an orchestra put on a dazzling performance Sunday afternoon for the 48th annual God and Country concert at the First Baptist Church in Belton.
The Harker Heights Concert Band is one of the best-kept secrets in Bell County and all across Central Texas.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library offers programs with creative fun and learning this week.
Program offered every Tuesday
Enjoy summer with a visit to the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
Tina Capito, 41, lives in Harker Heights, works for Killeen Independent School District
Harness the power of creativity with clubs and craft programs at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
The Harker Heights library is known for its outstanding regular programming, and everyone enjoys the big events that the folks at the library bring to the community.
Exploring the universe is easy with the programs and books at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
The Harker Heights library was a busy place last Saturday afternoon.
A large cast of first- through eighth-graders from across the school district is bringing to reality the magic of “Aladdin, Jr.” in this year’s Killeen ISD Summer Musical.
Get ready to blast off into summer fun at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
The Armed Services YMCA has a host of summer day camps and classes for children designed to keep them active, both physically and mentally. For the month of June, there are also three new items for parents (and kids) to take a look at, and that are sure to be loads of fun.
The school year ended for school children all over the Killeen school district last Thursday, and to help them celebrate, the Harker Heights Public Library held an end-of-year bash for the almost 150 teens of Eastern Hills Middle School.
As the school year comes to an end, summer vacation begins.
High-achieving, trail-blazing high school seniors took advantage of their academic star power last Monday to light a path of inspiration for a younger generation to follow.
Oh, the things you can do this week at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
The Central Texas College Continuing Education department has opened registration for its annual College for Kids classes.
Brains were being used, not eaten, as two local Girl Scout Troops earned a special patch while learning about emergency preparedness at the Harker Heights Public Library on Saturday.