The term “God’s country” perfectly describes the nine acres on Farm-to-Market 2410, about two-miles east of Harker Heights High School.
Residents of a Nolanville mobile home community are concerned that a collapsed spillway in a neighboring housing development could cause serious problems if it’s not repaired.
Residents of Harker Heights cleaned house and set up displays at their homes for their items at the 7th Annual Community Garage Sale from sunrise until sunset Saturday.
In an effort to encourage the development of smaller single-family lots in the older parts of town, the Harker Heights City Council on Tuesday adopted two new zoning districts — R1-I and R2-I.
Since Vision XXI began, classes have always been assigned a class project. Those projects have ranged from raising money for various organizations such as the Harker Heights Food Care Center, the Homeless Awareness Response Program (H.A.R.P.), a Street Scape Beautification program, and wreat…
It was a dog day afternoon for over 200 Harker Heights residents and their four-legged friends Saturday at the Harker Heights Community Park.
With an onslaught of pouring rain Tuesday evening, many residents of Harker Heights had to stop their annual National Night Out block parties early.
The Harker Heights Community Park was bustling with about 100 residents on Saturday evening, eager to sample the latest artisan crafts, innovations, and treats, as part of this year’s annual Unglued Craft Market.
About 30 members of the Church from Excellent Covenant Powerhouse Ministry in Killeen gathered Saturday at the Big Oaks Mobile Home Park in Harker Heights to evangelize and lift up the name of the Lord.
Mike Beard has been a building inspector with the city of Harker Heights for the past five years and was recently selected as a director-at-large on the board of the Building Officials Association of Texas.
The rivalry of the third annual Dodgeball Challenge, sponsored by the Harker Heights Rotary Club, will awaken Oct. 14, from noon to 5 p.m., in the gymnasium at Harker Heights High School.
NOLANVILLE — Local service organizations such as the Kiwanis, Rotary and Lions clubs have their sights set on providing both manpower and money to assist those who need help.
A large, supportive audience expressed their approval repeatedly as nine middle school bands showed off their musical skills while getting an early look at high school band.
After some landscaping and final details, the McDonald’s located at 630 Indian Trail in Harker Heights will be the first in Central Texas to undergo the “Experience of the Future,” initiative.
A Harker Heights bank branch will be getting a new name next year, following this week’s announcement that it will be acquired a Henderson-based banking group.
Antonio “Tony” L. Kosta Jr. was a municipal court judge in Harker Heights for the past 20 years. Prior to his service as a judge, he was a Harker Heights councilman for six years.
Billy Ray Hall was officially installed and sworn in as the new municipal court judge during Tuesday’s Harker Heights City Council meeting. Garland Potvin was officially installed and sworn as the new alternate municipal judge.
Superheroes sprang into action at the Harker Heights Library on Saturday for this year’s fourth annual “Batman Day” to learn how to throw batarangs, get their faces painted, answer trivia, create their own masks, eat super-powered snacks, bounce in a Batman bounce house, and watch the Lego B…
NOLANVILLE — A carnival atmosphere surrounded the Nolanville City Hall on Saturday at the Fifth Annual Train Whistle Jamboree.
Harker Heights officials and District 54 state Rep. Scott Cosper were hopeful that the recent special session of the Texas Legislature might have offered a second opportunity to restore some of the more than $1.24 million in fiscal year 2017/2018 property tax revenue reduction felt by the Ci…
Harker Heights City Council members at a Tuesday workshop directed city planners to develop an ordinance that would allow incentives for home construction in the northern part of the city.
Solar CenTex, a three-year-old Harker Heights solar installation company, usually holds an annual customer appreciation event for its customers. Yet owner, and retired Army colonel, Scott Arey’s party mood got washed away by the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.
AUSTIN — Members of the Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI 2017 class took a trip to Austin on Sept. 7 for State Government Day.
Princesses, princes and knights from all over Harker Heights came to Barnes & Noble to bejewel and craft paper crowns, meet Frozen’s Princess Elsa, get their face painted, learn fancy manners, and enjoy some fairy tales.
NOLANVILLE — About 45 people attended a senior town hall meeting Tuesday at the Sims Community Center, sponsored by the 17th Texas Silver-Haired Legislature.
More than 300 people from Killeen, Harker Heights, Copperas Cove and surrounding communities attended the 13th Annual Walk MS: Killeen on Saturday at Carl Levin Park in Harker Heights.
The senior years can be an exciting stage in people’s lives but can also present challenges for seniors, their families and caregivers. Getting answers to important questions helps play a part of living the Golden Years to their fullest.
As of today, a new speed limit went into effect within the city limits of Harker Heights both in the eastbound and westbound lanes along the U.S. Highway 190 /I-14 corridor.
The Harker Heights City Council approved a budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year, endorsed and adopted the tax rate for the 2017-2018 tax year — unchanged from last year’s rate.
When the gates opened at 2 p.m. Saturday for the ninth annual Food, Wine and Brew Fest, the crowd rushed in, to the surprise of event planners.
ERA Colonial Real Estate, in partnership with the Carter Blood Care Center and Chick-fil-A, sponsored a blood drive Sept. 8 to provide relief to victims of Hurricane Harvey.
The 37th annual Spirit Spectacular on Saturday featured the four Killeen ISD high school bands and thrilled a large Buckley Stadium audience with dance team members’ high kicks and flips, marching drill and plenty of brass and drum.
About 100 people showed up on Sept. 2 at the ribbon cutting and open house for the new Express Emergency Room located at 980 Knights Way in Harker Heights.
During the month of September, Village United will be collecting items for Houston-area victims of Hurricane Harvey at the Harker Heights Event Center located at 710 Edwards Drive.
The Divine 9 National Pan-Hellenic Council, Killeen-Fort Hood Chapter, had its annual picnic at Carl Levin Park on Saturday.
Cory Bates was sworn in Aug. 31 as the 47th officer on the force of the Harker Heights Police Department.
The gates open Saturday at the Harker Heights Community Park for the ninth annual Food, Wine and Brew Fest hosted by the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce.
ERA Colonial Real Estate partnered with First State Bank to host the 19th Annual MDA Pat Patton Fish Fry on Saturday at the Harker Heights Community Park.
Changing how you look changes how you feel — a new look is transforming.
NOLANVILLE — The first week of school turned out to be a fun beginning for lots of students, including a group of fifth-graders at Nolanville Elementary School.
The membership of Vintage Church in Harker Heights recently sponsored a run and raised $2,000 for the Texas Police Chief’s Association Foundation Officer Death Benefit Fund.
A second public hearing on a proposed project to widen U.S. Highway 190/Interstate 14 from Harker Heights to Simmons Road west of Belton drew about 40 local residents last week.
The Harker Heights City Council on Tuesday held its second public hearing on the proposed budget and tax rate for the 2017-18 fiscal year.
Like reading, writing, math and other academic disciplines, social behavior is a skill to be learned.
NOLANVILLE — A mother and son connection between South Carolina and Nolanville opened the way Sunday for eight members of the South Carolina Combat Motorcycle Association to make a stop in the city where residents donated needed items to transport to the coast to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey.
It was only fitting that the Panamanian Association of Central Texas held their 24th annual Night of Fun at the Disabled American Veterans hall in Harker Heights.
“Cookies are life.”
Killeen shelters were housing about 100 Hurricane Harvey evacuees, and the shelter in Harker Heights housed about 75 people, officials said Thursday.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI 2017 class took their monthly trek around the city early last month. The theme was Quality of Life.
The filing deadline for the Nolanville City Council election on Nov. 7 has passed.
Eight days and counting until the gates open for the ninth year of the Harker Heights Food, Wine and Brew Fest hosted by the City of Harker Heights and Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce.