The COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund, a partnership between the City of Belton and United Way of Central Texas, is accepting applications.
The three concerts will be at a local restaurant.
Parade will be digital this year.
Repair is under way.
Employee tested positive on Monday.
Chief Jonathon Fontenot's first day of work in Belton is scheduled for June 15.
Belton restaurant temporarily closed for COVID-19 sanitation purposes.
House fire occurred on Saturday, May 16,
Court dates continue to be rescheduled through June.
Belton restaurant employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, May 8.
Changes will occur on Monday.
Deadline is 5 p.m. on Friday, May 8.
Property owners will be notified prior to starting the project.
Directives align with state and Bell County measures.
Changes made to comply with local and state disaster declarations.
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For the latest local information on COVID-19 visit our COVID-19 page.
Changes made to comply with CDC recommendations.
Operational adjustments made to support CDC recommendations
Award recognized a safety initiative to lower the fire risk for some of the most vulnerable residents of Belton.
Site includes information about travel, prevention and treatmet, and how the virus spreads, among other related topics.
Mayor and Councilmember positions to be determined.
Election Day is May 2.
Book and Author Luncheon is on Sat., Feb. 22. Reservation deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 18.
Ceremony is set for 1 p.m., Friday, Feb. 7.
Fifteen-year-old girl last seen by family on Jan. 16.
Filing period ends on Feb. 14.
Roundabout will be closed during overnight hours beginning on Jan. 27.
Filing period ends on Feb. 14
View local information about COVID-19.