The day the city has been waiting finally came Thursday at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new H-E-B Plus.
A new master plan for the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor will result in $100 million in new construction on the Belton campus over the next three to seven years.
Infrastructure progress under way at several Bell County post-secondary learning institutions.
Modular Housing Project Work Begins Adjacent to Baylor University
The Belton Business Park accommodates a Planned Unit Development (PUD) site for new office/warehouse, commercial/retail, medical research/office and a hotel project.
Thursday, September 23 (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.), at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor: A day of insight, inspiration, and key tools to help you chart your course and sail smoothly through workplace storms.
Quality Higher Education is Essential to Strengthening Texas’ Workforce.
Harvest Technologies, one of North America’s preeminent additive manufacturing service bureaus, is celebrating its 15th anniversary and recent expansion at a new location in the
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