Published by: Jennifer Hetzel | Published on: 11 Apr, 2018
Workforce Solutions of Central Texas submitted an application on behalf of the Business Resource Center (BRC) for the Texas Workforce Commission’s 2018 Women’s Entrepreneurship Bootcamp Grant in December 2017.
Published by: Jennifer Hetzel | Published on: 15 Mar, 2018
Heenan is one of many people in the so-called gig economy. But there is no official definition of the “gig economy”—or, for that matter, a gig. For purposes of this article, a gig describes a single project or task for which a worker is hired...
Published by: Abdul Subhani | Published on: 11 Mar, 2018
Now that the Internet of Things (“IoT”), big data analytics and artificial intelligence have become common, cyber security, particularly in these areas, has become part of daily life. Every year comes with its own set of cyber security challenges, and 2018 is no exception.
Published by: John Crutchfield III | Published on: 01 Mar, 2018
A recurring question asked of those of us who work in economic development (ed) is why we do not talk about the projects on which we are working. The question typically arises a lot from those not involved in the process, especially from the media...
Published by: Meredith Viguers | Published on: 19 Feb, 2018
It means so many different things to different families from just trying to simplify your life to trying to keep your macros in line...meal prep has become a necessity to avoid the fast food rat race. Here are a few tips to keep it simple...
Published by: Jennifer Hetzel | Published on: 15 Feb, 2018
Installation leaders, Army officials and project partners marked the occasion during a ribbon-cutting ceremony held June 2017 at the Phantom Solar field on West Fort Hood.
The hybrid project, which generates electricity from a 15-megawatt solar...
Published by: Caitrin Underwood | Published on: 15 Feb, 2018
After experiencing a growth of 14,000 students in 16 years, the Killeen Independent School District (KISD) has received unanimous school board support to add a $426 million bond election to a May 5th ballot.