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HARKER HEIGHTS — After more than a decade worth of focus groups, forums and public hearings, the proposed Heights Overlay District No. 1 along Farm-to-Market 2410 was approved by the City Council on Tuesday.
COPPERAS COVE — Changing the names of U.S. Highway 190 should have little to no effect on businesses and residents located along the roadway.
GATESVILLE — Coryell County has a high-energy, success-oriented, community-focused military wife — times three — serving on its economic development board.
COPPERAS COVE — The area’s icy weather this weekend may result in broken limbs in some residential front yards. However, Cove residents should not put them out by the curb too early.
Schools across the Killeen Independent School District are wrapping up drives to support food pantries across the area, mixing lessons of compassion with acts of service.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas in Central Texas. Several upcoming events in Harker Heights and Nolanville are bound to spread holiday cheer and get residents in the holiday spirit.
HARKER HEIGHTS — City officials whittled a list of more than $33 million in capital improvement projects to a list with a more manageable $8 million price tag Tuesday.
Killeen drivers who ignore posted speed limits were more likely to see flashing lights in their rearview mirrors this year than in 2012.
HARKER HEIGHTS — After more than 10 years of focus groups and forums, the proposed Heights Overlay District No. 1 along Farm-to-Market 2410 is still a hot-button topic in Heights.
Volunteers have saved Harker Heights more than $6,000 since the fiscal year began last month, according to figures released by the city,
Council awards manhole contract
NOLANVILLE — City Council members gathered Thursday evening to canvass the votes from the Nov. 5 election.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The Harker Heights City Council on Tuesday received and discussed amending the previously approved “East Rim” subdivision behind H-E-B, between Indian Trail and Lookout Ridge.
The Exchange Club celebrated the outstanding youth of the Killeen Independent School District, recognizing Students of the Quarter at their meeting Monday.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Regina Butts said her mom, Rosie Scott, 91, can remember Lynn Drive’s heyday when she first moved into her home in 1982.
COPPERAS COVE — The city animal shelter automatically euthanizes certain dogs based on breed regardless of temperament, age or mixture with another breed. Animal advocates hope new leadership on the Copperas Cove Animal Shelter Advisory Council will result in the lives of banned animals being spared.
Growing to new Heights
HAKER HEIGHTS — With the city expected to reach a population of more than 58,000, Harker Heights officials are planning for the growth and developers are breaking new ground.
Marketing during the holiday season may be a challenging process for all businesses, especially for those that are trying to compete for retail revenue with the big-box stores.
The city of Harker Heights and the Harker Heights Veterans’ Council will pay tribute to all individuals, past and present, who served or are serving in the armed forces, at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Veterans Monument, 300 Miller’s Crossing. Guest speaker will be Brig. Gen. Douglas Gabram, deputy commanding general, 1st Cavalry Division, with remarks by Mayor Mike Aycock and the traditional wreath laying to honor those who gave their lives. In case of inclement weather, the ceremony will be moved into the Recreation Center.
Deciding which roadwork projects take priority and how to best spend the city’s money going forward were the topics of discussion at a Harker Heights City Council workshop Tuesday.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Deciding on how to spend the city’s money was the topic of discussion during a City Council workshop meeting Tuesday.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. Bring photo ID to vote.
Just a little more than six weeks after longtime Harker Heights City Manager Steve Carpenter announced his retirement effective Dec. 31, the city has hired his successor.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Hutto’s loss is Harker Heights’ gain.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.