What constitutes harassment and what to do about it were among the topics addressed Wednesday during a Harassment in the Workplace workshop hosted by the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce.
The names of two political newcomers will be on the May 5 ballot for Place 2 on the Harker Heights City Council.
Harker Heights residents will encounter more orange cones next week, as the the Texas Department of Transportation begins multiple road construction projects in the city.
Street lights and the upcoming federal Census were topics at Tuesday’s Harker Heights City Council meeting.
An estimated more than half a million people go to emergency rooms for kidney stone problems, and according to the National Kidney Foundation, one in 10 people will have a kidney stone at some point in their life.
The next phase in the U.S. Highway 190/I-14 widening project is scheduled to begin next month.
Dancers from all over the area converged on Harker Heights High School on Saturday for the Spring Break Showcase Showtime International Dance Competition.
The monthly Lunch and Learn event at the Armed Services YMCA Killeen Wellness Center in Harker Heights last week was as much about gaining information as it was about spending time with friends and eating a healthful lunch.
A proposed rate change will save Harker Heigthts residential gas customers about $1.25 a month and $2.75 for commericial customers, an Atmos Energy representative told the Harker Heights City Council at its Tuesday meeting.
A man who was shot and killed in Harker Heights on Saturday was identified as 35-year-old Thomas Raymond West of Harker Heights.
After 40 years of service in law enforcement, Harker Heights Police Chief Mike Gentry is retiring, effective April 27.
KISD officials won’t just step back if voters don’t pass a proposed $426 million bond issue in May, Superintendent John Craft told those attending a public luncheon meeting in Harker Heights on Monday.
Harker Heights City Council members and city department directors took a field trip of sorts on Tuesday to the Central Fire Station on Indian Trail to get their first look at the renovated facility.
The Killeen school board Tuesday took the first step to eliminate a flooding problem that has inconvenienced members of the Harker Heights High School marching band.
Each month the faculty and staff at Harker Heights High gives a shout-out to any staff member they believe deserves one, from just going above and beyond their job duties. Once the month ends, they add up all the shout-outs and the two teachers that receive the most are named Staff of the Month.
The Harker Heights City Council heard a report on the city’s finances during its regular meeting Tuesday — and the news was generally good.
Volunteers’ sizeable contributions to the city of Harker Heights were celebrated Feb. 22 at the 16th Annual Volunteer Appreciation Reception and Dinner at the city’s Activities Center.
Suicide was ruled as the cause of death for a 24-year-old woman who was found dead after a house fire in Harker Heights on Sunday.
A Harker Heights resident won the nomination to represent Fort Hood as the 2018 Armed Forces Insurance Base Military Spouse of the Year.
Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI-2018 will start another year of educational experiences and leadership training on Thursday, with Orientation Day, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., at Workforce Solutions of Central Texas, 300 Cheyenne Drive in Killeen.
Harker Heights Council members met in a workshop session Tuesday to consider improvement projects and applying for two grants.
The Killeen Independent School District bond voter education meetings got off to a slow start Tuesday, as no residents showed up at the Harker Heights High School auditorium to discuss the district’s proposed multimillion-dollar school bond issue.
While others in the U.S. solar industry may take a dim view of the recently enacted tariff on imported solar modules, Scot Arey, owner of Solar CenTex in Harker Heights, sees it as an opportunity for American innovation to shine.
One fifth-grader said he could feel the tension of the terrible risk mingle with the bright hope of freedom.
Various types of police tactical equipment were the major discussion items at Tuesday’s Harker Heights City Council meeting.
Recycling plastic shopping bags most often means finding a bin at a local grocery store to drop them.
More than a dozen people stood in front of a packed congregation at Grace Christian Center in Killeen on Thursday morning and shared memories of the three women killed in a tragic fire Jan. 24 in Nolanville.
Two Harker Heights fast food restaurants, located only about a mile from each other, selected Jan. 30 as the day to sponsor events that catered to the youth of the community.
In the middle of Killeen ISD Safety Week, firefighters showed off their protective gear, while explaining to students a range of ways to stay safe.
Many people would love to get paid to work at their dream job. Often a career change springs from a passion that blooms into a business. Harker Heights resident Michelle Pace, 36, is living her passion by turning trash into a new business.
Excited for a new adventure in learning and in life, 46 Killeen ISD students climbed the auditorium steps as seniors and exited the stage as high school graduates on Jan. 18.
Each month the faculty and staff at Harker Heights High School gives a shout-out to any staff member they believe deserves one.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce will have a banner year in 2018 because it will be celebrating its 30th Year Anniversary.
The Harker Heights City Council at its Tuesday meeting officially approved an order for a municipal election to be held on Saturday, May 5, to fill Place 2, currently held by Steve Carpenter and Place 5, currently held by Jody Nicholas.
More than 120 people, representing about 20 area businesses, attended a Live2Lead conference Wednesday, hosted by the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce and the John Maxwell Company.
Popular bestselling children’s author, Chris Barton, stopped at Barnes & Noble book store in Heights Market Place for a book signing on Jan. 17.
If former Lt. Houston Johnson, a 20-year veteran of the Harker Heights Police Department, ever had any doubts about being well respected, dearly loved or appreciated, the response to his retirement ceremony on Jan. 12 put those thoughts to rest.
Monday was Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and people across the nation celebrated the life and achievements of one of recent history’s most prominent figures.
The Harker Heights fire marshal’s office is investigating a Tuesday night blaze that heavily damaged a building that formerly housed the Lakeview Country Club golf course clubhouse on Valley Oaks Drive.
It was the first class of its kind and Brad Alley, fire marshal for the city of Harker Heights, was one of only 20 applicants to be selected from across the state for the Fire Executive Management Training at the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management of Texas, or LEMIT.
A church business meeting at which the future of the Harker Heights food pantry was scheduled to be discussed was canceled this week amid rumors that the pantry would be closed.
Harker Heights City Council members at their first meeting of 2018 on Tuesday approved an ordinance amending the regulation of dangerous dogs.
The city of Harker Heights must institute a state-mandated environmental project within three months, or pay more than $9,300 in fines linked to a sewage leak into Trimmier Creek in December 2016.
About 75 people gathered Wednesday at the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce to officially launch the first phase of Anderson Arbors, created through the efforts of the Vision XXI 2017 leadership class.
It was a year of transition, reaching milestones and the beginning of projects that will be carried over into the completion stage during 2018 in the city of Harker Heights.