A plot of land in West Temple might soon be rezoned to allow for the expansion of a previously approved veterinary clinic.
Texas cities, counties, transit systems and special-purpose taxing districts will receive $744.2 million in sales tax allocations in July, according to a news release from Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar.
The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System will hold a virtual job fair to hire both short-term and long-term nurses at its facilities in Temple and Waco.
Belton-based Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District on Friday instituted Stage 1 water restriction awareness for local well owners and operators.
The annual convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Belton is canceled this year and moved online because of the COVID-19 crisis.
Work will now begin on the second of the four final phases of construction to update a portion of Temple’s aging wastewater system.
COVID-19 cases spiked in Bell County on Thursday, as 140 new cases were identified by the Bell County Public Health District — a new daily total record.
With cases of the new coronavirus and related hospitalizations rising at alarming rates, Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday expanded his ban on elective medical procedures to cover more than 100 counties across much of the state.
A fire was intentionally set Tuesday at Walmart, 6801 W. Adams Ave., in the infant clothing area, Temple Fire & Rescue spokesman Santos Soto III said.
The city of Temple said it will resume water shut offs today — more than three months after a disaster declaration ended water shut offs due to a lack of payment.