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Out of 261 urban areas across the nation the most expensive place to buy groceries is Honolulu, HI. The least expensive is Temple, TX.  {Read More}
The latest demographic projections show that we'll have more than 14,700 students in 2026.  {Read More}
Temple College started offering commercial driver's license (CDL) training through its Division of Business and Continuing Education  Nov. 14. The program is being started at the request of the Temple Chamber of Commerce and the Temple Economic Development Corporation to meet a shortage of truck drivers in central Texas.  {Read More}
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Temple is a city in Bell County, Texas, United States. The City of Temple is located in the heart of Central Texas on Interstate 35, 45 minutes north of Austin/Round Rock and 30 minutes south of Waco. Its location along I-35 connects the community to the international markets of Mexico via Laredo and three of the largest metro areas in Texas: Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas/Ft. Worth.

 

In addition to I-35, other major highways in the community include: US Highway 190, SH 36, SH 53 and SH 95. In addition, Temple is just 30 minutes from two commercial service airports (Killeen Regional Airport and Waco Regional Airport) and less than 90 minutes from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. With a population estimated at 74,467, Temple is a "principal city" in the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood Metropolitan Statistical Area with an estimated population of 419,932. Temple is within 180 miles of 80% of Texas' population and the population within a 40 minute commuting range is 856,000.