How about a sprinkle-covered doughnut while getting that long overdue pedicure? Perhaps a hair treatment with some of the finest shampoo made in fashion-conscious New York City? Or maybe that blueberry facial you’ve heard so much about?
There’s a lot of variety in the life of Charmin LaTrell Truesdale: Blueberry-flavored roses, cherry unicorns and lime-toasted coconut stars, just to name a few.
The city of Belton was awarded a $750,000 Community Park Grant on Thursday — funds that will be used on the proposed Belton Water Standpipe and Community Events Park.
Construction on a new downtown Temple butcher shop, bakery and grocery market is expected to start next week, Bo Harvey, one of the project’s developers, said.
Members of the Bell County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 board of directors selected their new peer director, filling the vacancy for the place that represents Belton.
Texas led the country in new nonfarm jobs last year, according to a Tuesday report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Bell County Commissioners shot down yet another attempt to remove or destroy the county’s Confederate soldier monument on Monday.
NEW YORK — Across the country, there’s a silent frustration brewing about an age-old practice that many say is getting out of hand: tipping.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Elon Musk returned to federal court Monday in San Francisco, testifying that he believed he had locked up financial backing to take Tesla private during 2018 meetings with representatives from Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund — although no specific funding amount or…
A Swiss-based company with deep Temple roots helps ranchers and dairy farmers track livestock production, marine biologists study dolphins and pet owners reunite with lost fur babies.
The Public Utility Commission voted Thursday to make a substantial change to the state’s electricity market in a controversial effort to get the whole system to be more reliable. The agency said it will let the Legislature review its plan before moving forward with putting it in place.
Diamond Florence was inside her Killeen apartment talking to her dad on the phone when she heard a boom late Thursday night.
LONDON (AP) — Google is laying off 12,000 workers, or about 6% of its workforce, becoming the latest tech company to trim staff as the economic boom that the industry rode during the COVID-19 pandemic ebbs.
Increasing rates of recycling and decreasing the amount of contamination in the process is the goal of a more than $1.4 million federal grant Temple will now pursue.
The owner of Melody’s, a specialty restaurant and bar that could open this spring at 116 S. First St., promises to take downtown fun to new heights.
Shannon Brown, a recently retired FedEx vice president who was instrumental in bringing the world’s largest express transportation company to Temple, will be the featured speaker at this year’s Salute to Business.