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Hot Off the Press!
KILLEEN — Maj. Gen. Jeff Broadwater, 1st Cavalry Division commanding general, gave insight into the future plans of his division’s brigades during the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce Military Relations Council luncheon Jan. 29.
Killeen’s “premier networking opportunity” for business professionals is planned for Wednesday, Feb. 5, at the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce offices,
The physical research park that Texas A&M University-Central Texas and Killeen Chamber leadership has dreamed about took another step forward to reality. Although the project is still in the conceptualization phase, A&M-Central Texas President Marc Nigliazzo said the research park is no longer a dream. “It is a vision that is coming together and coming together very rapidly,” he said Wednesday during an all-day meeting with Army and academia officials.
For the August 9 edition of Central Texas Living Ann Harder spoke with Rebekah Moon, VP of investor services at the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce and Jasmine Suino, investor services program manager for the chamber.
While Killeen officials would like to see faster internet speeds in the city, they say some improvements have already happened. According to Broadband Now, a national broadband internet rating system, during the past year Killeen rose from 722nd to the 624th most connected city in Texas ahead of Fort Hood and Copperas Cove, but behind Belton, Nolanville and Harker Heights.
Locals will hear from top officials in the law enforcement profession during a Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce public safety forum Tuesday.
Officials on Friday celebrated with a ribbon-cutting the grand opening of a chemical plant in Killeen that produces high-grade hydrogen peroxide.
Central Texas chambers of commerce are opposing a plan presented by the governor’s office to cap property tax revenue increases, in spite of bipartisan support among voters.
Lt. Gen. Paul Funk II addresses the community members gathered at Monday’s III Corps Update Luncheon sponsored by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce.
Mayor Jose Segarra said the effort is aimed at making it easier for military establishments to have access to the coast. “It's what they call forts to ports and what it does is allows bases especially like ours to have easy access to the ports,” said Segarra.