The Billings City Council unanimously gave the go-ahead Monday to allow a nearly 100-unit assisted-living facility at the southeast corner of S. 44th Street West and Monad Road in the Lenhardt Square Planned Development.
City officials are ready to find a company to devise a downtown parking strategic plan – and they might soon be ready to hire someone to manage various parking interests already in place.
Five years ago, the former Chrysler dealership at 1838 King Ave. W., moved.
As a teenager, Peter Yegen III helped trail dozens of bulls from his granddad’s ranch, now part of the Peter Yegen Jr. Golf Club, up Zimmerman Trail.
The Billings City Council will write a letter of support for a complaint over alleged price-gouging by NorthWestern Energy but will not formally intervene in the case.
By coincidence, Yellowstone County and the city of Billings undertook major cleanups of transient encampments last month.
City parks supervisor Mike Pigg checks out a campsite used by transients under the Rims above the North Side. Pigg was there Tuesday morning, the day before a second sweep of the area.
Billings police officers Gerold McComb, right, and Tanner Buechler look at the remnants of a transient campsite above North 15th Street.
As the sun comes up on downtown Billings, police Officer Tanner Buechler looks for transient camps above North 15th Street on Wednesday.
Billings parks maintenance worker Nick Christman watches as police officer Tanner Buechler pats down a man who was found sleeping in a clump of bushes near where the BBWA canal flows through the Rims.
A proposal to put a casino in the Rimrock Mini-Mall was overwhelmingly rejected by the Billings City Council Monday night.
Representatives of FedEx Ground are still negotiating with neighbors of a proposed transportation hub on the West End, hoping to win over opponents before the Billings City Council meets Monday.
The developers of a new Pickle Barrel restaurant won City Council approval of a zone change request Monday night.
The city of Billings will soon consider a request to annex 97 acres of West End land, which would be the biggest annexation since 2008.
Logan and Dillon Olson will be allowed to keep their treehouse.
For his birthday last April, 8-year-old Logan Olson had a big wish granted. As a bonus, he also received a heck of a civics lesson.
Logan Olson steps out on the deck of his family's treehouse at 1907 Beverly Hill Blvd.
Dillon Olson comes up through the floor hatch into his family's treehouse.
Kacey Olson and her sons, Logan, left, and Dillon talk about their efforts to save their treehouse, which violates city zoning regulations.
With a copy of their zoning variance request on display, Logan, Dillon and Kacey Olson, left to right, talk about the treehouse in the front yard of their home on Beverly Hill Blvd.