The city of Billings is considering leasing a 71-acre parcel of land along the Yellowstone River from the state of Montana.
As the Billings Public Library — formerly known as Parmly Billings Library — prepares to move into its new building, it is auctioning off the last of its old furniture, furnishings and hardware.
An 18-year-old Billings woman who said she suffered serious brain injuries during a YMCA outing as a young girl is suing the Billings Family YMCA.
A campus owned by the National Outdoor Leadership School near Lander, Wyo., was recently certified as a LEED Platinum project by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Two conservation groups that have worked together for years in Billings may be parting ways.
The Montana Attorney General's Office has asked the state Supreme Court to vacate the 31-day sentence imposed on a Billings teacher who admitted raping one of his students and send the case back to District Court for resentencing.
A Billings attorney accused of making threats against another attorney will be publicly censured by the Montana Supreme Court and placed on probation for a year.
Two days after a Red Lodge building project achieved a LEED Platinum rating, a building in Billings designed by the same architectural firm received a similar rating.
The renovated and expanded building occupied by the Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County recently became the first LEED Platinum-certified building in Red Lodge.
As part of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, an educational forum dealing with homelessness is scheduled for Friday from 12:30 to 5 p.m. at RiverStone Health.
Therese Bieber recently ended her lawsuit against the city of Billings, after the city's insurer agreed to a $900,000 settlement.
Zimmerman Trail between Rimrock Road and Highway 3 was closed Tuesday afternoon and will remained closed until a damaged guardrail is repaired.
The Billings City Council approved its third and final contract with city workers Monday night, then voted to give non-union employees the same cost-of-living increase granted to union workers.
The last of three contracts with city workers will be considered Monday night by the Billings City Council.
Plans are coming together to build a new dog park on the far West End — an expansive 22-acre park that would meander along both sides of Canyon Creek.
Billings Fire Chief Paul Dextras said the reasons his assistant chief gave for resigning earlier this week were not true.
A year after he was disciplined for insubordination, Assistant Billings Fire Chief Frank Odermann has resigned, saying Chief Paul Dextras placed him in “an atmosphere of intolerable, harassing, retaliatory, and hostile work conditions.”
After months of delay, the Billings City Council is finally scheduled to vote Tuesday night on a contract with the city's firefighters union.
So far this year in Billings, police officers have issued 342 citations to people caught using a cellphone while operating a motor vehicle.
WORDEN — Fifth- and sixth-graders at Huntley Project Elementary School are pulling out all the stops for this year's Veterans Day celebration in Worden.
After nearly six months of construction, Rimrock Road between Forsythia Boulevard and Shiloh Road fully reopened to traffic on Thursday.
Billings Mayor Tom Hanel won an overwhelming re-election victory in Tuesday’s municipal election, according to final but unofficial results.
A Billings City Council member publicly condemned Yellowstone County Treasurer Max Lenington for his recent "unfortunate remarks."
The City Council heard an optimistic report on the status of the new Billings Public Library Monday night.
The Bureau of Land Management has identified Cole Randall as the man suspected of carving his name and the date at Pompeys Pillar National Monument last month.