An employee with Stanley Steamer works Tuesday afternoon in the lobby at City Hall organizing fans to start cleaning up water damage from a broken pipe.
After two consecutive weeks working long hours on the nondiscrimination ordinance, the Billings City Council will take on what should be a much briefer agenda Monday.
At the end of the longest City Council meeting in Billings’ history, the council majority did the right thing. They voted to start reviewing a draft nondiscrimination ordinance at the June 16 work session.
The fate of a FedEx Ground transportation hub could be decided by the Billings City Council Monday night.
People pose for pictures and make their way up the steps to City Hall in San Francisco. Sean Penn gave an impassioned speech in "Milk" on the steps of City Hall.
A wall and window frame at City Hall on Third Avenue North were damaged early Friday when a vehicle hit the building, pushing in the wall several inches.
A vehicle ran into City Hall then left the scene early Friday, but the driver was found a block away, Billings police said.
Two weeks ago, the Billings City Council wrapped up its regular business meeting in about 25 minutes.
The Billings City Council has a light agenda for its Monday night meeting, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. on the second floor of City Hall, 220 N. 27th St.
A two-year contract with Local 190 of the Teamsters Union will be voted on by the Billings City Council on Monday night.
Billings residents and other city water customers will see more of their money going down the drain starting July 1 if the City Council approves increases in water and wastewater rates as proposed on the Monday night agenda.
Hoping to drum up discussion away from City Hall, Billings Police Chief Rich St. John held the first of three public chats on Monday afternoon. He will repeat the effort from 8 to 10 a.m. on Wednesday and noon to 2 p.m. on Friday at Off the Leaf Coffee Bar, 819 Grand Ave.
Tonight's City Council meeting should be brief, with only two items on the agenda. The council meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 220 N. 27th St.
The city of Billings is looking to hire a new Municipal Court judge after the sitting judge was elected this month to an open seat in District Court.
The City Council tonight will reconsider donating most of Sahara Park to the Better Billings Foundation, which plans to build an aquatic center in the park.