Charter Communications is seeking to hire 100 new employees in Billings, primarily in sales and customer retention, company officials announced Wednesday.
With best wishes from the former ownership, the two new owners of the Billings Mustangs said hello to Dehler Park and the Magic City on Friday afternoon during a press conference held, appropriately enough, in the Mustangs’ clubhouse.
By incentivizing city employees to visit one health care provider over another, taxpayers have saved an estimated $2,875,000 over the past three years — and Billings city workers have saved a like amount in premiums.
Jeff the Nature Guy shows off Franklin, the tom turkey pardoned by the Billings mayor for Thanksgiving.
By an 8-3 count Monday, the Billings City Council approved compensating the contractor on the Empire Parking Garage project with $764,268.32 for costs generated by delays and the resulting extra work encountered during last winter’s brutal weather.
About 75 people — most of them veterans — gathered at the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark for a Veterans Day celebration Tuesday on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month to remember and honor those who have served or are serving in the nation’s armed forces.
Homeowners sometimes save themselves a few thousand dollars by refinancing their homes to lower their interest payments.
As the wife of a Coast Guard reservist who previously served eight years in active duty, Erica Zutz understands the challenges of military families: modest pay, busy schedules and the hassle of finding — and affording — quality child care.
Billings could soon become a safer place for pedestrians, bicyclists, skateboarders and people in wheelchairs.
With an eye toward offering city employees choice in who provides their medical care, the Billings City Council will be taking a look at how health care provider contracts are devised and agreed upon.
Mayor Tom Hanel and the Billings City Council have a number of openings to fill on city boards and commissions — including an even dozen positions on the Mayor’s Homelessness Committee.
Todd Buchanan, the main advocate for the public safety levy that will be decided by Billings voters Nov. 4, has helped lead about 40 presentations designed to bring voters up to speed on what proponents view as a clear need to boost public safety funding.
Just a few yards from the ribbon-cutting ceremony that officially opened the Shiloh Conservation Area on Thursday afternoon, Gavin and Gabby Schwend of Billings were pulling rainbow trout out of one of the stormwater retention ponds.
Even before organizers began seeking donations to build the Billings Home Center, they found checks for $52,500 in their shirt pocket.
Billings traffic signals are set for major upgrades over the next three years that should help traffic flow more smoothly — even at signals near train tracks.
Go back to the drawing board. In effect, that’s what the Billings City Council told the city’s Parks, Recreation and Cemetery Board on Monday. The board had proposed spending about $2.3 million in Park District 1 funds during 2014-15.
City Council members view the top parking spaces as they tour the new Empire Parking Garage on Monday afternoon. Bruce McCandless, Billings’ assistant city administrator, said he hopes to have the $10.5 million garage, on the 2700 block of Montana Avenue, open for public use by mid-September…
In the very early hours of Tuesday, the city of Billings made history.
The Billings Gazette asked about the Billings City Council's decision on the non-discrimination ordinance. Here's a selection of responses.
The NDO acronym could take on a new form. Call it the “never dies ordinance.”