City Of Billings
Anyone up for a game of civics?
The Billings Gazette asked about the Billings City Council's decision on the non-discrimination ordinance. Here's a selection of responses.
When Aubree Cunningham and her husband purchased their home at 803 N. 24th St., they saw it as an opportunity.
By Monday afternoon, traffic will once again flow normally on Broadwater Avenue.
After surviving two explosive blasts, the well-known sandstone formation known as "Monkey Face" is expected to be gone by the end of the week.
Nearly 80 people made short work of planting more than 325 trees in Coulson Park on Saturday.
Lockwood Fire Chief Bill Rash has been hired as assistant fire chief of the Billings Fire Department, filling a position vacant since last November.
Alcohol may have been a factor in the fatal collision between a vehicle and a city snow removal auger early Tuesday, according to the Billings Police Department.
The Code Enforcement Division of the Planning and Community Services Department reminds all city residents and businesses that sidewalks must be cleared of snow within 24 hours after a snowfall and snow cannot be pushed onto public streets.
Residential street plowing got underway on Tuesday in Billings.
Plans are in the works at the Billings Regional Landfill to collect enough natural gas from decomposing trash to heat 2,100 homes and power trucks hauling garbage.
The first phase of construction on a proposed road connecting the Heights and the West End is nearing completion.
This city of Billings will allow disabled veterans to ride the MET bus system free of charge beginning Monday.
The City of Billings doesn’t have to reveal the identities of five employees disciplined last year for looking at porn and other adult material on their work computers, the Montana Supreme Court ruled in a split decision Friday.
After Duane and Jacque Tuhy’s son Eric died in Billings last year, the couple decided to remember him with a tree and a plaque.
Bart Bieber settlement and related documents
Several of Billings' larger road projects from this construction season could wrap up by the end of October.
When businesses set out to cut their energy costs, they generally focus on one project at a time.
Billings firefighters handle oil-based paint as they and other city employees and volunteers dispose of household chemicals, batteries, light bulbs, medications and ammunition at the Toxic Trash Roundup at the Billings Operations Center last year. This year’s roundup will be Saturday.
Billings firefighter union representatives arrive Monday morning at a meeting with city staff members for contract negotiations at the water plant conference room on Belknap Avenue.