Shooting occurred at a mobile home park in the 1500 block of W. Avenue O.
Meeting will be at the Church of God of the Firstborn, 126 Frances Lane.
Silver Santa delivers Christmas gifts to senior participants in the RU OK? program.
Crash occurred on I-14.
Belton one of 46 communities in Texas to receive such a grant.
The school was inspected today by fire investigators.
Call came in at 8:44 p.m.
Fire was in the back yard of a residence.
Event is scheduled for Dec. 2. Deadline for vendor application is Nov. 17 or when all the slots are taken.
Residents may drop off items at the Public Works yard, 1502 Holland Rd., 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Police say the vehicle is tied to the Sept. 30 killing of Redrick Robinson.
Anyone with information please contact Belton PD at 254-933-5840 or Bell County Crime Stoppers at 254-526-TIPS.
Website was designed by Revize, a new vendor to the city, so some documents or automated lists may not be immediately available.
Bring the kids for a fun and games with the firefighters.
Recent rainfall prevented paving work at the site.
Winning entries will be featured in the 2018 Belton FD calendar.
Officer Torres received the recognition for his response to an assignment related to a fatality accident.
The death occurred at a home in the Miller Heights area.
The Nolan Creek Project in Downtown Belton has been named named a finalist in the Best Public Improvement Program category of the 2015 Texas Downtown Association (TDA) President’s Awards Program.
Since 1998, the Awards Program has recognized more
City of Belton offices will be closed on Wednesday in observance of Veterans Day. Trash service will remain on normal schedule.
The Belton Fire Department is involved again this year in the Santa Pal Program, which helps needy families provide for Christmas, typically for ages 1-14. Belton residents may contact the Temple Help Center, 102 E. Central in Temple (254-770-6842) to com.
For more information please contact the Parks and Recreation office at 254-933-5860 or email@example.com.
Registration for the inaugural class of the Belton Fire Corps is under way. Classes will be each Thursday evening, Sept. 29 to Oct. 27. Those interested in participating should register online before Sept. 9, 2016. Registration is free.
Wondering what to do with the leaves falling from the trees in your yard? The City of Belton offers a couple of options for those who don't want to or have too many leaves to mulch.
For the next two months court days at Belton Municipal Court will temporarily move to the Harris Community Center, 401 N. Alexander St., to accommodate construction at the Police Department building.
The southbound off-ramp to Tahuaya Rd will be closed tonight, 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., as crews set up cranes for demolishing the old mainlane bridge across the Lampasas River. Drivers who need to access Tahuaya or Amity Rd should take the off-ramp after Loop 12
The public has two more opportunities to comment in a public meeting about a proposed amendment to Section 503, Sidewalk Standards and Policy, of the Subdivision Ordinance before the Belton City Council considers it for adoption. The proposed policy
The Belton Police Department invites the Belton community to Coffee with a Cop at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 25, at Fry's Restaurant, 802 S. Main St.
Coffee with a Cop is a unique opportunity for community members to ask questions and learn more about
ollowing the retirement of former Belton Fire Chief Francisco Corona on July 14, 2015, City Manager Sam Listi has appointed Assistant Fire Chief Bruce Pritchard Acting Chief.
The process for selection of the next Belton Fire Chief began soon after the