After two years on Billings West End, Time Square Furniture and Mattress is preparing to get a little more comfortable at Shiloh Crossing.
Even as a teenager growing up in Billings, Steve Corning knew that Sid Thomas, a Bozeman kid he met at Boys State, was destined for big things.
Construction of the last major development at Shiloh Crossing on Billings' West End is underway, creating a new women’s shopping district for local vendors.
It’s hard to consider the work of Montana artist John Buck without also appreciating the iconic horse sculptures by his wife, Deborah Butterfield.
The argument for upgrading Billings schools is clear:
Over the next several weeks, Billings residents will hear a lot about their K-8 public schools. They should know that the high schools also are getting community attention.
School District 2 is facing state accreditation trouble, overcrowded elementary classrooms and rapidly aging schools. If something isn't done, community leaders fear that the school district may not recover.
Spirited bidding on Sandra Dal Poggetto’s “American Fork #3” drove the selling price to $5,600, making the large oil painting the piece sold for the highest price Saturday night at the Yellowstone Art Museum’s Auction 45.
Great schools are good for business.
Counting on local homeowners in the heart of Billings to churn additional sales, T.J. Comstock and his wife, Kami, are trying to open a second Billings Hardware Co. store in the former Kuchera Furniture location.
In three weeks, workers from a Draper, Utah, company will start pounding 530 steel pilings 25 feet down into bedrock to support a stable foundation for what will become the largest single retail store in Billings.
Jones Construction has been moving serious dirt to prepare a site for a 6,100-square-foot building near MetraPark.
Scheels is starting ground work at Shiloh Crossing in the next two weeks on the sporting goods chain’s second-largest store. Only the Scheels at Reno/Sparks, Nev., is larger.
A building adjacent to the busy King Avenue West commercial corridor is changing its retail role from books and music to fabrics and patterns.
A pair of high school buddies spent two years looking for a business to buy and after 33 years, Jim Pearson, was looking to sell.
OK, skeptics, step right up. You were the ones who crossed your arms and sent your tongues clicking when Scheels announced that it’s building a 220,000-square-foot megastore at Shiloh Crossing.
The formal announcement that Scheels will build a Billings store at Shiloh Crossing that will be triple the size of its existing Rimrock Mall store will be Nov. 1.
The most compelling arguments for a better Billings library are inside the old converted hardware store warehouse that has served as our public library for the past 42 years.
The successful developers of Montana’s Rib & Chop House are building a Mexican restaurant in Billings.
Since busy people work out more if the gym is close to home, Granite Health & Fitness on the West End is buying the Heights Fitness Center at 1323 Main St.