A message about the building.
Shooting is believed to be an isolated incident not connected with anything at the building.
Request calls for 5% voluntary reduction in water usage.
Celebration includes a parade, festival, fireworks, carnival and rodeo!
Normal Operations will resume next week.
The test is being done following recent upgrades to the system.
Proper cart placement will help ensure recycling collection.
Partnerships made the reopening possible.
The woman's death was unattended and may have been accidental.
Proposal would more than double the size of Heritage Park.
Body was found near the Belton Dam.
Mayor Marion Grayson (unopposed on ballot) and Councilmember Guy O'Banion were re-elected today to the Belton City Council, and former Councilmember Wayne Carpenter, who has served multiple prior terms, was also elected, according to an unofficial tabulation of votes.
Residents in the area have been notified.
Closure is anticipated to last three hours.
Closure is necessary due to road construction.
Nobody was injured in the fire.
Applications may be submitted to City Hall, 333 Water St., or at the Counseling and Guidance Office at Belton High School.
Two Belton City Council terms are expiring. Three people are on the ballot.
Boil order was issued following a water line break on Tuesday, April 17.
Repair is necessary because of road damage from water leak on Tuesday.
Notice impacts water customers near I-35 and E. 6th Ave.
Shooting occurred at a residence on the 3200 block of the I-14 frontage road.
Seek alternate routes.
This is a public notice.
Residents may drop off items at the Public Works yard, 1502 Holland Rd., 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The City of Belton and Waste Management will award a $2,000 scholarship to a graduating senior living in the Belton City Limits. Applicants may attend any school in the area, but living in the Belton City Limits is required.
Closure will occur beginning at 8 p.m.
Incidents occurred between 8 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday.