Marco’s Pizza, a franchise headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, now has a store in Killeen.Marco’s was started in 1978 by Pasquale “Pat” Giammarco, who moved to the U.S. from Italy at the age of 9. According to the website, Giammarco’s mission was to make high quality pizza using a secret sauce he developed and refined with his father.With more than 800 pizza stores in over 30 states and four countries, it has been listed on the Franchise 500 list for Entrepreneur magazine 2017.
St. Joseph Catholic Church in Killeen is holding its annual Fest-Of-All event on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 with new activities this year.The festival will take place on the west side of the church, at 2903 E. Rancier Ave., from 6 to 9 p.m. on Sept. 30, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 1.Some of the activities include a raffle for a 2017 Ford 150 Pickup, cultural dancers, petting zoo, live auction, ethnic food, silent auction, homemade sweets, to name a few.
Daniell Rider, the Killeen woman whose Facebook post complaining about a cotton decoration at Hobby Lobby, is now telling her side of the story.Rider posted a picture of Hobby Lobby cotton decoration on Hobby Lobby’s Facebook page Sept. 14 saying, “This decor is WRONG on SO many levels,” and requested the ”décor” to be removed from the store.Rider, 38, said she shops at Hobby Lobby because she loves crafting, but had never seen the raw cotton displayed as a decoration.
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