The Belton Independent School District provided its seven trustees with an update from its Bond Exploration Committee on Monday at the Pittenger Fine Arts Center — a meeting that also saw trustees unanimously approve the district’s next chief financial officer.
Three Central Texas school districts welcomed back students Monday morning after closing schools last week due to staff shortages and a rise of COVID-19 cases.
BELTON — The Cru’s 2021 national football championship will be celebrated next month.
BELTON — It may not be game over for some Bell County businesses.
After spending 11 days in the hospital, a Killeen man died Monday from injuries sustained during a collision with a vehicle, according to Killeen police.
A total of 10 individuals from Harker Heights and Copperas Cove received misdemeanor charges of riot participation for their involvement in a skirmish between the two teams during a basketball game last Tuesday.
Barely started down the path toward the first elections conducted under voting restrictions enacted last year by Republican lawmakers, Texas voters and local election officials have found themselves enveloped in a fog of errors, delays and miscommunications as they navigate new rules for casting votes by mail.
BELTON – Police have identified a woman who died from her injuries in a three-vehicle accident last week.
A Houston-area man who was serving time for an armed incident in Killeen was sentenced to a concurrent jail term after setting fire to his cell at the Bell County Jail.
Those flying in or out of the Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport Tuesday may notice camera crews and the airport decorated differently.
A Copperas Cove police officer was awarded Officer of the Quarter Jan. 19 by the Exchange Club of Copperas Cove for his actions during a medical incident.
Killeen will participate in a homeless census Thursday as part of an annual effort to measure homelessness across Texas, the city’s executive director of communications Janell Ford announced Monday.
Central Texas College in Killeen will host a virtual public auction of surplus property Jan. 31 through Feb. 9. The online event will be conducted by Lone Star Auctioneers. Available items include computers, monitors, printers, office furniture, gym equipment, iPads, tables, chairs, desks, m…
Area police reports indicated:
BELTON — “Be doers of the word” was the theme of the 22nd annual Mayor’s Community Prayer Service on Sunday afternoon in Manning Chapel in the Meyer Christian Studies Center at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton.
Maybe it’s alligators’ unflinching stares that’s so loathsome or their cunning patience with prey that strikes deep-rooted fear.
United Way of Central Texas will kick off its annual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program on Feb. 2 — a free service that has helped area residents keep more money in their pockets for 11 years.
Temple will extend the vaccination and testing site at the city’s airport until Feb. 11, officials said.
COPPERAS COVE — The future of a scholarship program in Copperas Cove that provides young boys up to the age of 8 and girls and women of all ages the opportunity to make a difference in the community is still in limbo after discussion and a decision was pushed back by two weeks again.
Area police reports indicated:
The Killeen Police Department is currently accepting applications for the 51st Citizen’s Police Academy.
It’s no secret that protein is an essential macronutrient with many health benefits for the human body. Besides helping to maintain a proper fluid balance within the body, protein also builds and repairs tissues, transports nutrients and provides other essential functions.
Halfway through the second school year upended by COVID-19, some Killeen Independent School District teachers say they are desperate for help — and on the verge of giving up — as the virus continues to sicken co-workers and students amid a worsening staff shortage that has persisted all scho…
In the chambers of Killeen City Hall, few phrases are more easily prone to disrupt conversation than “street impact fee.”
In spite of a Texas Attorney General decision in the Killeen Daily Herald’s favor, the Killeen Independent School District continues to stall the public’s access to information.
Patsy Bracey, the chairwoman of the Killeen Senior Advisory Board and 2022 mayoral candidate, has been accused of abuse and unethical behavior.
While Killeen residents can expect the cold weather to stay around for a little bit, things will begin to warm up to the 50 to 60 degree range throughout the week, according to National Weather Service Meotorologist Bianca Garcia.
For motorists in Temple, increased traffic — especially when going west — is a frustrating reality.
“Everybody can do something. Find your something,” Candace Cartwright, founder of Foster Love Bell County, told about 200 luncheon guests Saturday of the Temple Daily Telegram’s 18th annual Day for Women at the Frank W. Mayborn Civic and Convention Center.
Nearly 124 years after his death, Peter Hansborough Bell — namesake for the county — made national news earlier this month when he was identified as one of many members of U.S. Congress who was once a slave owner.
Custodial crews in the Salado, Academy and Jarrell independent school districts are spending the weekend deep-cleaning campuses — a task spurred by an increasing rise in COVID-19 infections among students and staff.
AUSTIN — The U.S. Justice Department said Friday a Texas man has been arrested on charges of posting threatening messages on Craigslist about killing government officials in Georgia following the 2020 election.
Temple photographer and author Earl Nottingham will headline a reception and book signing scheduled Thursday.
The Belton Independent School District will hold meetings for parents of English-speaking students who will be in pre-kindergarten or kindergarten for the 2022-23 school year.
Creating a community is the goal of a new business set to open in downtown Temple.
Area police reports indicate:
The Killeen school board is slated to discuss and possibly take action on a proposal that would allow school employees to take five days of “COVID leave” without a COVID-19 test verification.