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Hot Off the Press!
After a busy weekend in Washington, D.C., U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, visited Central Texas on Tuesday to update his constituents on the status of the government shutdown and benefits of the tax cuts passed last month.
Pledges totalling $1.525 million toward the 14 Forward 2018-2022 Economic Development Initiative were announced Friday by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce and 14 Forward Volunteer Leaders.
KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) A simple swipe and you're done but it may take two cards to buy something from a store. Under a new Texas law, SB 1381, if a clerk asks you to show a photo ID to match the name on your credit or debit card and you refuse they can legally refuse to sell you the product or service.
AmeriStor Self Storage, 2010 E. Elms Road, Killeen, was named Business of the Month by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce.
Business and community leaders and the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce launched “14 Forward Economic Development Initiative” at a kickoff event at Central Texas College early Thursday.
The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce and regional partners will announce the launch of the $2 million “14 Forward” business attraction initiative from 7:30 to 9 a.m. today on the Central Texas College campus.
Killeen, TX/ Press Release: Explore the wonderful city of Killeen and make the search for things to do and places to visit easier with Greater Killeen Chamber Of Commerce. The chamber provides an extensive listing of places one can visit with friends or family.
Mama Fu’s Asian House celebrated its grand opening on Nov. 17 with a ribbon-cutting sponsored by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce. A special treat was the restaurant’s donation of $2,377 to the Army Fisher House on Fort Hood.
Killeen resident Tonja Orso did not know where to turn when she lost her job six months ago. A trip to a local grocery store pointed her in the right direction. Orso was one of 30 vendors who participated in the second annual Small Business Saturday at Workforce Solutions of Central Texas. The event started at 9 a.m. and continued until 1 p.m. behind the Workforce Solutions building at 300 Cheyenne Drive.
The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce’s Military Relations Council welcomed Maj. Gen. John C. Thomson III to the table Monday during a luncheon at Texas A&M University-Central Texas.