There’s still time to sign up for the Heart and Sole Run set for Saturday morning.
The Heart and Sole Run will mark its 35th anniversary this year, and organizers are hoping for a record 3,500 participants.
More than 100 St. Vincent Healthcare staff and friends said goodbye Thursday to a beloved president and chief executive officer and welcomed the man who will succeed him on Monday.
Nearly a thousand energetic kids, most of them dressed in gym shorts and running shoes, filled Pioneer Park on Tuesday afternoon for the fifth annual Yellowstone Elementary School Cross Country Meet.
St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation has kicked off a $3.8 million project to install water, sewer and other improvements on half of its land at King Avenue West and Shiloh Road.
One of the biggest and fanciest parties in Montana is coming up Saturday night.
The first phase of St. Vincent Healthcare’s remodeling of its Orthopedic Center for Excellence was unveiled Wednesday.
Organizers of the 33rd annual Heart & Sole Run are expecting a record turnout for the race Saturday, June 16.
When Billings businesses go to school, the children of our community learn great things:
David Irion, president of the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation, center, talks about the changes to this year's Heart and Sole run as sponsors Mike Gulledge, publisher of The Billings Gazette, left, and Patrice Elliot, district president of Wells Fargo Bank, look on during a press conference…
After starting and finishing at Grandview Park for 31 years, the Heart and Sole Run will be finishing at Dehler Park this June.
Eight years after submitting a plan to develop a second medical campus on the West End, St. Vincent Healthcare has changed its zoning to exclude residential housing from the 115-acre development.
David Irion, left, president and CEO of the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation, talks with CTA architects Brad Feeley, Jeff Haidle and Jason Zemlicka at the grand opening Tuesday of the St. Vincent Healthcare Emergency Department and Walk-in Clinic expansion.
Spirit of giving: Year after year, Saints event packs ballroom for purpose of improving pediatric care
For hundreds of patrons who will kick up their heels at the Saints Ball on Saturday night, giving should feel good — especially because it’s for children.