Spirit Halloween opens in old Gander Mountain

September 29, 2017 by  

Spirit Halloween, a chain of stores that opens only for a few months per year to sell Halloween costumes and accessories, recently opened a location in Killeen.

Spirit Halloween took over [Read more]

Killeen customers to get home delivery from H-E-B

August 25, 2017 by  

Grocery customers in Killeen and Temple can now have their purchases delivered to their doors, thanks to a service that launched recently in central Texas. [Read more]

Killeen hunting for new head police officer

July 19, 2017 by  

Killeen, Texas, is on the lookout for its next chief of police, and has narrowed the field to six potential candidates. They are: [Read more]

Killeen to provide free summer programs

June 12, 2017 by  

Gregory Johnson, a city councilman in Killeen, issued a challenge and the Killeen Community Center answered. Johnson said he thought crime might increase over the summer due to a lack [Read more]

Killeen celebrates Cinco de Mayo

May 13, 2017 by  

People in Killeen, Texas, enjoyed a Cinco de Mayo celebration on May 7, 2017—two days after the official date.

Cinco de Mayo is [Read more]

Killeen delays decision on ride-sharing companies

April 15, 2017 by  

At a recent meeting, Killeen’s city council members decided not to take any action with regard to regulating the Lyft and Uber ride-sharing apps in the city.

Kathy Davis, the city attorney, presented a [Read more]

New fire station opens in Killeen

March 12, 2017 by  

Killeen’s Fire Station 9 went into operation last Monday, March 6, with the formal dedication make during the week. The new facility will have both EMS and fire response personnel, and serve southwest Killeen.

Killeen’s mayor, Jose Segarra, said that as [Read more]

Killeen considers ideas for new high school

February 15, 2017 by  

A new middle and elementary school will open in Killeen in August, and thinking about this has led schoolboard members to consider the district’s needs as a whole.

They believe a new high school will be [Read more]

Team Rubicon forms Killeen branch

January 26, 2017 by  

Killeen, Texas, is now home to a branch of an organization dedicated to serving others: Team Rubicon. The organization was started in 2010 after the Port-au-Prince earthquake in Haiti. Now, Killeen resident Keith Schmidt has joined the group’s local branch in order to continue his service to the country.

Team Rubicon was started by [Read more]

Killeen puts spotlight on sewers

December 12, 2016 by  

Killeen is testing its sewer lines by filling them with smoke.

A contractor who is [Read more]

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