Billings Public Library
Billings Police Chief Rich St. John will take questions and suggestions this week during two sessions of "Chat with the Chief."
The November cold snap snatched away any hopes of completing the Billings Public Library’s parking garden before spring, but book lovers will still have reason to celebrate recent developments at their new library.
Six discussions will be held on Craig Lancaster’s "Edward Adrift," the One Book Billings selection for January.
For the second time this month, the Billings Public Library must close because of a severed utility line.
Nick Pancheau, an architect at Collaborative Design Architecture, shows students Brody Schillo, 14, middle, and Rory Schillo, 13, left, the slight flaws in Rory's cookie cutter design during an August workshop on 3-D drawing at the Billings Public Library.
How do Billings Public Library patrons love their new library? The library has counted the many ways:
Not in Our Town Billings’ “Summit on Hate 2014: Challenging Discrimination” is set for 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. Nov. 15 at the Billings Public Library, 510 N. Broadway.
As the wife of a Coast Guard reservist who previously served eight years in active duty, Erica Zutz understands the challenges of military families: modest pay, busy schedules and the hassle of finding — and affording — quality child care.
Damaged electrical and gas lines kept the Billings Public Library's doors closed most of Wednesday.
Power went out at the Billings Public Library at 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
Intrepid readers heading for the Billings Public Library have been undaunted by many obstacles since the new building opened January. October may be their biggest test yet of patience and perseverance.
Thanks to women like Gayle Carter and Linda Altwine — and maybe four dozen friends and colleagues in the Billings Junior Woman’s Club — Billings’ newest moms and dads are given a touch-and-feel board book upon the birth of their child.
Montana Repertory Theatre’s Educational Outreach Tour is bringing to the stage a comic quest of mythological proportions at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Billings Public Library.
“To Love That Well: New and Selected Poems 1954-2013”
The south side of the new Billings Public Library appeared last week as the skeleton of the old library disappeared.
The Billings Public Library is holding a Maker Mania event on Saturday, Sept. 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Billings Public Library’s parking garden will be constructed before Nov. 1 — well, most of it, anyway.
Bring your poem, bring your cash or just come ready for stories.
Last week, The Gazette reported that Billings Library Director Bill Cochran was awaiting a call from Helena to learn whether state regulators will require additional asbestos removal from the shell of the old Billings library.
Students are introduced to high technology in Billings Public Library's TECH Center.