The number of ballots cast during the first week of early voting in Bell County surpassed the number of early votes during the same period in the 2016 election.
Temple Independent School District’s Wildcat Mentors program is accepting applications through the end of October.
The Belton Independent School District earned a perfect score and “Superior Achievement” rating on an annual fiscal accountability review by the Texas Education Agency.
North Pointe Church in Copperas Cove will be hosting a farm to family food distribution at noon Wednesday at North Pointe Park, 1899 North Farm to Market 116 in Copperas Cove, according to a news release.
A North Carolina based engineering firm has released a study regarding a particularly dangerous traffic location in Killeen.
Tirzah, a wedding boutique and event venue in Belton, was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Copperas Cove Police Department is currently conducting an ongoing death investigation.
Early voting seemed to continue running smoothly in Killeen and Harker Heights Monday after some hiccups were seen when voting began on Tuesday.
The Innovation Black Chamber of Commerce announces it will be hosting its Holiday 5K Fun Run/Walk in efforts to raise funding for its Black Business Grant, according to a news release.
The Bell County Public Health District identified three new COVID-19 related deaths on Monday, as cumulative cases surpassed 6,027. Active cases are at 477 — nine more than Friday.
A Temple man was arrested Monday by Belton Police officers after he allegedly pulled a woman out of a vehicle and choked her on the street outside of her residence.
The City of Copperas Cove is reporting 427 total cases, 73 active cases, 351 recoveries and three deaths, according to a news release from the city on Monday.
Former UMHB spokesman James Stafford has been hired as the public information officer for the Bell County Commissioners Court.
A temporary free COVID-19 state testing site has been established at the downtown Killeen Arts & Activities Center, 711 N. 4th St.
At its Tuesday workshop the Killeen City Council is set to discuss issues related to library services, regional transportation issues and others.
One lane of South Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Temple will be temporarily closed between the railroad tracks and Avenue D starting Monday.
Donkey slobber is not such a bad thing. My first encounter with this sort of equine saliva came straight from the donkey’s mouth.
City officials have high hopes for the development of South Belton.
Survivors and attendees gathered on Saturday at Lyons Club park in Killeen for the 7th Annual Breast Cancer 5K Walk, sponsored by the Killeen Branch of the NAACP. Funds raised will go to help support those who are uninsured to receive a free mammogram screening. “It went very well,” said TaN…
Online shoppers, bargain shoppers, collective shoppers - there are many kinds of shopaholics. While shopping has become increasingly comfortable with trends going online, you still had to visit your neighborhood thrift store to find a good bargain.
A Bell County judge sentenced an 18-year-old Killeen man to prison time after police said the man accidentally shot his teenage girlfriend in the face last year.
Area police reports indicated:
Utilities have been a hot topic in Copperas Cove for quite some time, especially recently.
When Veterans of Foreign Wars posts were told they had to close down in the spring because of Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to close bars, the closures affected not only veterans, but also the canteen workers.
A grievance that was denied by the Killeen Independent School District was filed by an Army soldier in September after she spoke during the public forum at a June meeting of the district’s board of trustees.
Texas Senate District 24 candidate Clayton Tucker will be hosting a live online update next week on a topic which could potentially impact the lives of many on Killeen’s north side.
As Trina Thompson sees it, Black people living in Killeen and Harker Heights come from all over Texas and beyond, representing a wide range of ideas and backgrounds.
Children were encouraged to tell stories Saturday.
Temple resident Sheryll Lamkin has helped sew thousands of masks for organizations across Bell County.
It took less than an hour for hospital staff to confirm Troy resident Amanda Martinez had tested positive for COVID-19.
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, the number of total cases has gone up almost daily. Since neither Bell, Coryell or Lampasas counties report increases over the weekend, the only indication to how the counties are faring comes from the Texas Department of State Health Services.
After being under review for nearly two months, the results of a road survey are set to be released and discussed by the Killeen City Council at Tuesday’s workshop meeting.
A program started six years ago honored eight area veterans Saturday at Texas A&M University-Central Texas in Killeen.