Organizer Rick Roddam of Townsquare Media had a modest goal for Billings’ first Bacon Fest, held Saturday at the Montana Convention Center and attended by more than 1,000 lovers of all things porcine.
Saturday temperatures in and around Billings are expected not to change much from Friday’s highs and lows, but the thermometer will inch north on Sunday, the National Weather Service said.
Yellowstone County District Court Judge Michael G. Moses said Thursday he needs more information before he can rule on whether and in what form the city of Billings must turn over documents to The Billings Gazette related to potential financial irregularities at the city landfill.
The Billings City Council will conduct its annual evaluation of City Administrator Tina Volek at 11:30 a.m. Friday in the City Hall conference room.
Creating a place for intoxicated people to sober up could be a key part of addressing downtown Billings’ homeless and transient problems.
At least two dogs died Wednesday morning in a fire that tore through a West End home, sending homeowner Bonnie Willis running barefoot into the frigid streets for safety.
Admissions personnel at Billings Clinic have begun taking their patients’ names in vein.
A legal dispute about whether the city of Billings must turn over documents to The Billings Gazette that might detail possible employee misconduct at the city’s landfill is headed for Yellowstone County District Court.
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.
A hearing on a proposed annexation, another on the proposed removal of what’s known as a slope easement and a bond refund are the three main pieces of business before the Billings City Council Monday.
It’s ingrained in military culture never to leave a fellow warrior behind. Mentors paired with offenders in the Yellowstone County Veterans Treatment Court have carried that imperative throughout their adult lives, decades after their own military service.
Not in Our Town Billings’ “Summit on Hate 2014: Challenging Discrimination” is set for 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. Nov. 15 at the Billings Public Library, 510 N. Broadway.
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.
The doll designer who would grow up to make spot-on tiny tributes to such beauties as Elizabeth Taylor got his start making a Humpty-Dumpty doll after he couldn’t find one in Billings.
HARDIN — National Park Service officials believe it’ll take constructing a new visitor center at the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument before nearly 185,000 artifacts now being stored in Arizona can be returned and displayed.
Officials expressed some surprise and plenty of disappointment that voters narrowly turned down the Billings public safety levy Tuesday.
On the heels of property tax bills that were mailed to homeowners last week, the Montana Budget and Policy Center has published a seven-page document explaining Montana’s property tax system.
The Billings public safety levy was defeated 51.5 percent to 48.5 percent in Tuesday's election, according to unofficial final results from the Yellowstone County Elections Office as of 1 a.m.
The Big Horn County sheriff's office says an 83-year-old Pryor man who was reported missing on Monday was located Tuesday at a Billings hospital.
Billings could soon become a safer place for pedestrians, bicyclists, skateboarders and people in wheelchairs.
Owing to the Election Day holiday for city and state crews and their road projects, a Billings contractor has the time Tuesday morning to perform guardrail repair work along Zimmerman Trail.
If a subcontractor working to construct the new agriculture building at MetraPark had to clip a gas line, he picked a pretty good day for it — Monday, the day before thousands of voters will be casting their ballots at the Montana Pavilion.
It may seem like every other driver in Billings is speaking on a cellphone.
A Rocky Mountain College associate chemistry professor and three of his students proved on Halloween that anyone can enjoy better living through chemistry — provided they don’t mind being frightened a little.