Hot Off the Press!
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Hot Off the Press!
A new health resource is coming to the City of Killeen, one that especially caters to veterans.
Texas is a huge state of more than 268,000 square miles and 1,800 cities and towns. Even so, there are less than a handful of places where retirees can live on $2,000 a month — none of which are major cities you normally hear about, like Austin and the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex
Chamber President and CEO, Scott Connell tells City Council members that officials are excited about plans by USAMM to build a plant.
The first briefing to the Killeen City Council under Scott Connell’s leadership as president and CEO of the Killeen Economic Development Corporation
Tropical Smoothie Cafe cut the ribbon on its newest building Tuesday in a ceremony attended by the Killeen Chamber of Commerce.
The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce Military Relations Council and the Central Texas Association of the U.S. Army hosted two knowledgeable military leaders for a lunch at Central Texas College.
Five businesses received awards and two people were given first-time honors on Thursday during the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce’s annual membership banquet.
Two months after Kerri Fillip exited her position as the Nolanville Economic Development Corporation director, city officials announced in a Thursday news release that Brian O’Connor will become its new EDC coordinator.
Three of four American Rescue Plan Act Downtown Start-up Grant recipients have signed contracts with Killeen City Manager Kent Cagle, with four others scheduled to eventually do the same.
The U.S. Army presented the 2021 Army Bank of the Year Distinguished Service Award to Fort Hood National Bank.