As local health officials Tuesday said Bell County had at least 309 COVID-19 cases after identifying 31 new infections over the Memorial Day weekend, Belton Mayor Marion Grayson announced a city employee tested positive for the virus this week.
A Tomball firefighter with Central Texas connections is now set to lead the Belton Fire Department.
As local health officials said Tuesday Bell County had at least 309 COVID-19 cases after identifying 31 new infections over the Memorial Day weekend, Belton Mayor Marion Grayson announced a city employee tested positive for the virus this week.
Temple resident Kenneth Harlan was shocked when he received his proposed property appraisal.
Texas A&M University-Central Texas will be using $659,162 of coronavirus aid money for emergency aid grants for its students, according to a news release from the university.
Two Killeen police officers say a man kicked them as they responded to a domestic disturbance call Friday.
Moving to a new city is a way of life for Salvation Army officers and their families.
Police responded to an accident near the Stone Hill Apartments in Killeen around 1:48 p.m. this afternoon.
Area police reports indicated:
The health professions programs at Temple College presented a variety of awards in May to members of their graduating classes. Students receiving awards were:
Coryell County is reporting 224 cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday, the same amount since Friday.
Central Texas College will host its summer semester New Student Orientation remotely on Thursday. The orientation begins with an overview at 9 a.m. and includes a discussion of Blackboard (CTC’s online learning management system), basic information on CTC policies, a faculty panel and a ques…
The Temple College Business and Continuing Education Division is offering three online classes this summer to help high school students prepare for college entrance exams.
Workforce Solutions of Central Texas will host a virtual job fair on Tuesday, June 2, as employers seek to fill more than 950 jobs in the area.
Bell County is now reporting 309 confirmed cases of the coronavirus as of Tuesday, 31 more than its last update on May 22, according to the Bell County Public Health District website.
COPPERAS COVE — In-person graduation ceremonies for the graduates of Copperas Cove High School are underway at Lea Ledger Auditorium.
The cause of a house fire Monday morning in Killeen has yet to be officially determined, according to Capt. Mike Eveans of the Killeen Fire Marshal’s office.
Not much rain is expected in the Killeen area today, according to the National Weather Service.
The gift was not about the monetary value, but the heart of the giver.
Editor’s Note: The Herald is running a series of at-home profiles on locals who are spending a lot of time sheltering at home, and in some cases still working, during the coronavirus pandemic.
Due to the pandemic and practicing social distancing, Texas Land Commissioner and Chairman of the Veterans Land Board George P. Bush hosted a virtual Memorial Day ceremony in honor of military men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice.
The family of the late 1st Sgt. Ricky McGinnis gathered around his headstone on a cloudy Monday afternoon at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Killeen for Memorial Day.
The Temple Education Foundation awarded more than $117,000 in scholarships to Temple ISD graduating seniors.
The Temple Independent School District was honored with a national award for its excellence in financial reporting.
Due to a critical level of blood inventory, Central Texas Veterans Health Care System and Carter Blood Care are teaming up to sponsor a blood drive 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 3 at the Olin E. Teague Veterans’ Medical Center, 1902 Veterans Memorial Drive.
Texas has 55,971 confirmed coronavirus cases, health officials reported on Monday, May 25.Of the people with confirmed cases, 1,527 have died, and 35,292 have recovered.Of the confirmed cases, 22,662 are active, according to figures from the Texas Department of State Health Services.State fi…
FORT HOOD — As the rain poured and taps sounded Monday, more than 20 soldiers and civilians stood at attention; paying their respects to the more than 450, 4th Infantry Division soldiers who gave their lives for America during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Neighbors are offering help to a family and their dog that have been displaced due to an early Monday morning fire in Killeen.
The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook Monday morning for North and Central Texas. Thunderstorms are expected to redevelop today, roughly near and east of the I-35 corridor.
Memorial Day always brings up one unanswerable question: “How do you say thank you?”