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Hot Off the Press!
Another major roadblock is being cleared in an effort to build a major East to West interstate through Central Texas. I-14 is currently only a 25-mile stretch that runs through communities like Killeen and Copperas Cove, connecting I-35 to Highway 190.
The Killeen Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting at the new Sherwin-Williams store on West Stan Schlueter Loop Wednesday.
Around 90 residents and local leaders gathered for a luncheon on Wednesday hosted by the Killeen Chamber of Commerce’s Military Relations Council and the Central Texas chapter of Association of the United States Army to learn more about the Austin-based Army Futures Command.
The city and the Killeen Economic Development Corporation were in talks with an unnamed grocery store chain for about two years, but the deal eventually fell through with the proposed 60,000-square-foot grocery store dropping out in 2022.
A rather large mini-storage project is being constructed near the intersection of South Fort Hood Street and Elms Road, according to Scott Connell, president and CEO of Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce.
In a statewide study, the city of Killeen ranked second for having the lowest cost of living, a status local officials are proud of.
Kitty’s Kakery, a family owned bakery in Killeen, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday to celebrate the expansion of the locations shop.
Work to connect people to employers in Central Texas has not gone unnoticed as the local Workforce Solutions branch was recognized with a state award.
Central Texas Premier Realty will be hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Killeen to celebrate the opening of the team’s first office location.
The partners that presented at the meeting were the Hill County Transit District (The HOP), Killeen Economic Development Corporation, the Bell County Health District, the Tax Appraisal District of Bell County (Bell CAD) and the National Mounted Warfare Foundation.