Being an incumbent did not prove to be an advantage in two local races last week.
Don’t put those voter ID cards away just yet.
Killeen’s city council essentially threw nearly two years of work out with the trash.
Killeen residents got a bit of good news last week.
Whatever the Killeen City Council decides regarding outsourcing of municipal trash services, it will have a major impact on the city and its residents.
Which candidates do you support and where do they stand on issues that matter?
Same song, second verse.
The Texas primary election campaigns are coming to an end, but for city and school board races, things are just starting to heat up.
If you’ve lived in Killeen for less than 25 years, chances are good that you haven’t voted in a water board election.
Democrat Kathy Richerson came across as principled, rural and folksy at the Herald’s forum for House District 54 candidates — a real Texan.
What are you doing Monday night?
The city of Killeen’s fiscal future is not looking any rosier now that the calendar page has turned to 2018.
With freezing weather getting a firm grip on the area, Killeen opened the city’s community center as a warming shelter last weekend.
There’s a lot of trash talking going on at Killeen City Hall.
So far, Killeen-area voters seem receptive to the idea of a $500 million bond to pay for several new schools.
After the Killeen school district’s bond steering committee meets Thursday, it may be prepared to recommend a bond package to the school board.
T he phrase “quality of life” is increasingly tied to Killeen’s outlook for future growth.
How do you want the city to spend your tax money?
The reality of Killeen’s budget crunch just hit home.
On Tuesday, the membership of Killeen’s Vive Les Arts Theatre was given the opportunity to decide the fate of the theater. Did members make the right decision in voting to keep the financially troubled theater open? More importantly, did they have the right to make that decision?
If your accountant told you that the IRS was probably going to audit your taxes, what would you do?
The ongoing drama involving the planned closing of Killeen’s Vive Les Arts Theatre is itself worthy of the stage.
When the curtain comes down for the last time at the Vive Les Arts Theatre next month, it will mark the end of an era.
Killeen residents have a right to wonder what’s going on with the investigative audit into the city’s finances.
When retired Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker died last week at the age of 93, he left the Killeen-Fort Hood community with an enduring legacy of service.
If you don’t agree with an unfavorable report, try to discredit the people who wrote it.
Killeen city and school officials failed the taxpayers last week.