Temple Independent School District trustees Dan Posey, Ronnie Gaines and Sandhya Sanghi will continue to represent their single-member districts after each was sworn in for another three-year term on Monday.
BELTON — More than 70 new lots — all located east of Salado were approved for their final plats Monday.
Each spring, the Congressional Institute sponsors a nationwide high school visual art competition to recognize and encourage artistic talent, both in the nation and in each congressional district. On Saturday, Congressman John Carter, R-Round Rock, held a ceremony to announce and congratulat…
A Temple couple embraced as they were photographed in their driveway, each holding a gun.
Bell County Public Health Director Amanda Robison-Chadwell announced Monday that she will resign from her position — and the county will soon pause its daily COVID-19 updates as a result.
In-person graduations for local high schools and colleges are taking place in the coming weeks with spaced out graduation times and limited capacity at some ceremonies.
With three weeks left in the regular session of the 87th Texas Legislature, state Rep. Hugh Shine, R-Temple, said lawmakers are often working late into the night.
Local residents are invited to attend a grand reopening event at the Village Square in Killeen this weekend.
The Department of Defense announced Monday that Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen H. Hicks is traveling to Texas, where she will visit Army Futures Command in Austin and meet with commander Gen, John M. “Mike” Murray and personnel for an overview of their mission.
A Killeen man was arraigned Sunday on a felony charge of injury to an elderly person.
As of Monday afternoon, Lampasas County officials said there are 2,191 total COVID cases, an increase of seven from its last update Friday. Of the total, nine are active. There have been 30 coronavirus-related deaths in the county.
A Killeen man who was 17 years old in 2015 when he and four other men robbed a boy at gunpoint was sentenced on Monday to prison time after violating the terms of his deferred adjudication probation.
Former state Sen. Don Huffines, a conservative Republican from Dallas who has been critical of Gov. Greg Abbott’s coronavirus policies, announced Monday that he is challenging Abbott in the 2022 primary.
Temple College will recognize its 2020 and 2021 graduates at a commencement ceremony to be held Saturday, the school announced.
With all mail-in ballots now counted in the May 1 Killeen City Council election, the race between District 4 incumbent Steve Harris and challenger Michael Boyd has ended in a tie, and could be going to a runoff, according to unofficial results released by the city Monday.
This is the last week to register for youth kickball with the city of Killeen.
Keep Nolanville Beautiful is now one of 70 “Gold Star” affiliates of the statewide Keep Texas Beautiful, which has a total of nearly 300 affiliates.
COPPERAS COVE – Jerry “J.J.” Price has traveled his share of bumpy roads during his 51 years, but now he is facing what may be the biggest fight of his life.
Whether it’s panic about an uncertain future, separation anxiety from family members or an uneasy feeling about leaving the house without a mask, fear has many faces.
Each evening, when twilight settled like a velvet blanket over Temple, Hosea C. Rasbury packed his sidearm, saddled up his horse and wandered empty alleys looking for trouble.
The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor held a commencement ceremony for its 165th graduating class on Saturday in Crusader Stadium, as 490 students received degrees, including 415 baccalaureate degrees, 57 master’s degrees and 18 doctoral degrees.
For Mother’s Day, the Rev. Jared Burt, senior pastor of Taylors Valley Baptist Church, spoke on the sinful woman who washed Jesus’ feet with her tears.
The city of Belton is slated to move forward with two major projects following recent Council approval: the 2021 Street & Utility Improvements Project and the South Belton Sewer System Phase II.
The Killeen Independent School District may increase the pay of its employees beginning in the 2021-2022 school year.
Debbie Nash-King, Killeen council woman for District 2, who was recently re-elected, will be holding a free community forum at 6 p.m. May 27.
Area police reports indicated:
The Killeen Food Truck Park has been operating off South Fort Hood Street for just over a year and the number of trucks has quadrupled since its inception in February 2020.
UPDATE, 6:50 p.m.: The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for much of Central Texas until 10 p.m. tonight. The alerted area includes all of Bell, Coryell and Lampasas counties.
Unofficial Election Night results show candidate Michael Boyd leading incumbent Steve Harris by two votes in Killeen City Council District 4. But this race is far from over. Questions of election impropriety with issues dating back to 2011 are leading to a recount and possible council invest…
A former Killeen ISD school board candidate is shining a light on the school district’s finances — finding the district, on average, has had a decade-long pattern of banking $10 million to $20 million annually in the district’s strategic facilities fund.
Following the May 11 meeting of the Killeen City Council, the tides will begin to change in council chambers. Two new members will be sworn in, bringing new voices to District 1 and District 3.
It’s been a long seven years for a Killeen man who is facing the death penalty, as three trial dates have come and gone and the coronavirus continues to create uncertainty in the courts. Garett Galloway, the younger brother of Marvin Louis Guy, is calling for a resolution of the case.
A volley of social media comments, quick and fierce, follows every time the Herald posts a story updating the capital murder case that stems from a no-knock warrant in the city that happened seven years ago today.
SALADO — “Red River Valley” and similar cowboy ballads floated Saturday morning across the grounds of Barrow Brewing Co., all part of the Salado Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering.
Pickleball is kind of a big “dill” at Wildflower Country Club. After a humble beginning, the sport has taken root in West Temple.
BELTON — For Maj. Shane Sowell, the new jail administrator for Bell County, the move to the area is both about family and about a new challenge.