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Aviation and Transit, Public Works and administration/administrative services budgets will be presented during the Billings City Council work session Wednesday.
The Billings City Council is considering increasing residential garbage collection rates by more than $2 per month beginning July 1.
Spring fever is rampant as Billings slips and slides through its snowiest February in the midst of one of the biggest snow seasons ever.
Even as a fresh winter storm blew into town Tuesday afternoon, Bill Kemp was talking about cleaning up after the freezing rain, heavy snows and high winds of last week.
Zimmerman Trail between Rimrock Road and Highway 3 was closed Tuesday afternoon and will remained closed until a damaged guardrail is repaired.
After months of delay, the Billings City Council is finally scheduled to vote Tuesday night on a contract with the city's firefighters union.
After nearly six months of construction, Rimrock Road between Forsythia Boulevard and Shiloh Road fully reopened to traffic on Thursday.
The biggest events in downtown Billings are outdoors.
The last unreconstructed stretch of Rimrock Road between North 27th Street and 54th Street West will finally be completed this summer.
Lori Anderson was not happy when she learned that some or all of her five boulevard trees might have to come down.
Starting sometime in early May, motorists driving on Fourth Avenue North in downtown Billings will want to keep their eyes peeled for a HAWK.
Even during what is known as a two-year rainstorm, you're liable to see standing water in pockets around the east end of Billings between downtown and MetraPark.
The Jim Dutcher bike trail crosses the Yegen Drain near where it flows into the Yellowstone River north of Coulson Park.
Runoff from a large area of Billings flows into the Yellowstone River at the outlet of the Yegen Drain, just south of the railroad bridge over the river near the backside of MetraPark.
A five-year wish list of city projects with a total price tag topping $300 million is available for public inspection and comment.
Five city workers have been suspended for five days without pay for scavenging goods from the landfill last summer, City Administrator Tina Volek said Tuesday.
Contractors are still working to finish up three city-funded waterline replacement projects in Billings.
Interviews with city employees suspected of scavenging materials from the Billings Regional Landfill will not begin until the end of the week.
Billings' short-staffed Solid Waste Division has been scrambling to keep up with residential garbage pickup.
A contract award for the new Parmly Billings Library tops a light agenda for the Monday meeting of the City Council.