Killeen’s budget planning season should be kicking into high gear — but so far the public has heard little about it.
Three weeks after Killeen’s homeless shelter closed its doors, the facility’s short-term future remains in doubt.
If at first you don’t succeed, try again.
Remembering our nation’s fallen military service members is something that comes naturally to most residents of the Killeen-Fort Hood community.
Killeen is without a homeless shelter — at least temporarily.
The eyes of Killeen-area residents should be on Austin over the next two weeks.
It would be an overstatement to say that Killeen residents spoke at the polls Saturday.
Killeen voters have some decisions to make.
It’s only 159 acres, but it’s causing a big fuss.
If you’ve ever had a garage sale, you’ve most likely paid a fee for the permit.
The Killeen City Council took a couple of significant steps at Tuesday’s meeting.
A Killeen school district bus driver took his message to the public last week: Pay bus drivers a living wage.
Early voting in the Killeen school board election is just over a month away.
Today marks the beginning of Sunshine Week — an annual, national initiative designed to promote discussion of the importance of open government and freedom of information.
The matchups are set for the upcoming Killeen City Council election. Now it’s time to hear what the candidates have to say.
The Killeen school superintendent got a raise recently.
Bell County commissioners have an important decision to make.
It’s been nine months since Killeen school district voters approved a $426 million bond issue and agreed to fund a fifth traditional high school in south Killeen.
It’s always nice to have options — and the Killeen Independent School District certainly has them.
Killeen residents came up big winners last week.
Hundreds of area residents will gather in Killeen on Monday morning to remember the life, words and wisdom of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King.
Candidate filing for the May municipal and school board elections opens Wednesday.
The plan to strip Central Texas-area water customers of their voting rights is in motion — and residents from Copperas Cove to Nolanville should be concerned.
The year just ending was certainly a year of change.
The regional water district’s board of directors Wednesday approved a plan to expand the district’s boundaries but do away with elections of board members. The vote was 3 to 1, with Richard “Dick” Young, the newest board member, voting in dissent.
If conducting an election is too difficult, just don’t have one.
Killeen residents who oppose a proposed street maintenance fee have reason to be skeptical about the plan.
Last May, Killeen-area voters authorized $426 million in bond money for school district construction projects.
Killeen City Council members are to be commended for taking an important step toward addressing the city’s crumbling road infrastructure.
The Bell County Commissioners Court will have a new look after the first of the year.
Killeen’s footprint is about to change significantly — once again.
Once again, Killeen finds itself at a crossroads.
Everyone is talking about the upcoming election.
Not knowing the law can be costly.
Killeen-area taxpayers are about to see a big hit to their wallets.
The Killeen school board is looking for a few good men — and women — who would like to be considered for appointment as an interim board member.
It’s technically too late for voters to get involved in the selection of the next Killeen school board member.
Killeen’s proposed city budget for the upcoming year is balanced and calls for no tax or fee increases.