Hot Off the Press!
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Hot Off the Press!
Renovations at the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce continued on Monday, more than three months after a fire damaged the historic building in downtown Killeen.
Following a public hearing on Tuesday, Killeen City Council members are scheduled to vote to rezone more than 200 acres of acres where a proposed mixed-use development is expected to be built.
More than 40 vendors set up on the streets of Killeen to offer food and drink samples, games and activities for the kids and a party atmosphere with talented musicians and DJs. Sponsored by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce, Innovation Black Chamber of Commerce and the Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce, the event was a huge success if you ask anyone who attended.
Check out Flavors of Central Texas, Corkys Comedy Showcase, the Ink Masters Tattoo Show, as well as family-friendly events at the local libraries and museums. Read on for more information.
The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 2023 Flavors of Central Texas on East Avenue D in Downtown Killeen on March 11.
The City of Killeen and Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce will host two business town halls at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center on Tuesday and Wednesday.
There’s a new place in Killeen to get gumbo, po-boy sandwiches, seafood and other traditional — and nontraditional — Louisiana food.
The City of Killeen and Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce will host two business town halls at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.
The City of Killeen and the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce will host two business town halls to help local business owners prepare for the upcoming 2024 solar eclipse.
For years, Killeen officials have debated how the city’s economic development corporation should be funded and structured. But to that end, little has changed since the organization was created decades ago.