New pizza restaurant location to open in Harker Heights
Marco’s Pizza, will be opening a new location in Harker Heights on Sunday, March 21. The new store is owned and operated by Anand Agarwala, who owns five other Marco’s stores throughout College Station, Temple, and Killeen.
Marco’s Pizza is known for its fresh dough made daily onsite, a proprietary cheese blend that is fresh, never-frozen, and a secret original pizza sauce recipe.
The store will be located at 3045 Stillhouse Lake Road.
Annual 14 Forward meeting set for March 29; Gen. Murray to speak
The 14 Forward Foundation will hold its Annual Meeting Monday, March 29, at 11:30 a.m. Keynote speaker Gen. Mike Murray, commander of Army Futures Command (AFC), will give an update on AFC’s work and how the organization is working with Fort Hood to modernize the U.S. Army. Afterward, there will be an update on the progress of the last year of the 14 Forward.
Cove business planning to host Easter egg hunt April 3 inside store
Decor and More in the Dollar Tree shopping strip in Copperas Cove will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt inside the store on the Saturday before Easter (April 3), 2-5 p.m.
There will be games for the kids, an egg hunt, and filled Easter baskets for prizes.
The store will open for business at its normal time of noon. German coffee, German cakes and over 30 different types of teas will be available.
The store is located at 817 E. Highway 190.
New virtual real estate business available in Killeen area
Homeowners in Killeen can go to Opendoor.com and determine their eligibility by entering their home address and answering a few questions about their home’s attributes and any upgrades they’ve made.
Heights Chamber offers welcome bags to new city residents
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce offers welcome bags for all new residents.
The chamber wants your business to be the first business to catch their eye. One of the many ways we get your business information out to the public are welcome bags.
If anyone would like to add any items for the welcome bags, they can let the chamber know.
These items can be brochures, coupons, pens keychains or any thing you may offer.
Residents can call the chamber at 254-699-4999.
Free COVID-19 virtual counseling service offered by phone or tele-video every Wednesday
Texans Recovering Together COVID-19 Virtual Counseling Program offers free, short-term crisis counseling by phone or tele-video for individuals, families, and groups living in Bastrop, Bell, Burnet, Caldwell, Coryell, Fayette, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Hamilton, Lampasas, Lee, Milam and Williamson counties.
The program operates Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and will respond to requests for counseling within one hour if received before 5 p.m. on a business day.
Counseling may include resource navigation, grief support, coping skill development, psychoeducation, problem-solving, linkage to available support groups, and more.
The program is made possible through FEMA and Texas Health and Human Services. For more information, go to: https://centralcountiesservices.org/2020/06/request-covid-19-crisis-counseling/.
Business news wanted
The Killeen Daily Herald wants to print your business news on our expanded business pages.
Send information to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the words BUSINESS NEWS in the subject line, and provide a name and contact phone number for the reporter.
Here are some things to include that could be used for publication.
Business name, address, phone number (for publication) and website.
What’s the news: (It could be a new manager, promotions, events or other items listed above).
What does your business do?
History of the business.
Compiled by Hunter King