A landfill supervisor resigned last summer after at least $12,000 of city money went missing, and another employee was suspended for four weeks.
City plowing crews plan to continue their 12-hour-long, around-the-clock shifts into the weekend in an effort to pick up and dispose of all the snow they’ve been plowing the past four days.
City staffers plan to ask members of the Billings City Council Monday if they’ll consider extending wastewater service to three properties outside the city limits without first annexing the properties.
It may not be so apparent for those people waiting in what are sometimes hourlong lines at the Billings landfill, but the number of monthly visits has gone down from its summer peak.
Before taking up the public safety levy Monday night, the Billings City Council took two actions that diverged from staff recommendations.
A continuing and somewhat messy lingering effect of the May 18 hailstorm is the daily unsightliness alongside South Billings Boulevard.
The Billings City Council unanimously approved a $277,674,633 budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year Monday.
Billings public works officials await a more thorough evaluation of the geology of some of the precarious rocks above Zimmerman Trail before making the repairs necessary to reopen the closed portion of the roadway.
A rock slide Tuesday on Zimmerman Trail as city workers were performing routine maintenance will keep the road closed until at least April 1.
Will city crews who’ve been plowing Billings streets around the clock this weekend have a place to put all the snow that’s hauled away?
Celebrated veterans. Eighty-four Montanans who served in the U.S. armed forces during World War II made the sixth Honor Flight from Billings to Washington, D.C., for a VIP visit to the WWII Memorial. The seventh Montana Honor Flight is planned for October with the eighth coming in 2014. To …
When some city officials show off their hometown’s best features, they like to point to new airport terminals or riverfront parks.
A five-year wish list of city projects with a total price tag topping $300 million is available for public inspection and comment.
Some Billings residents have been receiving mailed solicitations from a company offering to insure homeowners' water service lines for $5 a month.
Billings City Administrator Tina Volek said Wednesday that she is conferring with attorneys before deciding what, if any, discipline to mete out to the city's assistant fire chief, who is accused of insubordination.
Interviews with city employees suspected of scavenging materials from the Billings Regional Landfill will not begin until the end of the week.
Billings residents who sweltered through the last month may be surprised to learn that it was only the fourth-warmest July on record.
Kelly Miller, of Billings, plays with her son Marshall, 2, at Lake Elmo State Park on Tuesday.
Kamrynn Sookits, 7, and her sister Kiara, 3, head for the water at Lake Elmo State Park in July.
Jade Sookits, of Billings, relaxes under an umbrella while watching her daughters play at Lake Elmo State Park on Tuesday.