Opinion: If you are sick of the corrosive nature of our political discourse, make your gratitude visible.
Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender answered questions from council members regarding home rule for almost 30 minutes during the Monday council me…
The East Anamosa Street corridor Tax Increment Finance district is on its way to being created following a 9-0 vote Monday night by the Rapid …
Following a pandemic-filled year, the Rapid City Council plans to focus on infrastructure once the new year rings in.
The Rapid City Council will consider the East Anamosa Street corridor Tax Increment Finance district at its first meeting of the new year.
The Rapid City Council approved a $10.2 million supplemental appropriation ordinance during its special meeting Monday.
The Rapid City Council will meet in a second special session on Monday, Nov. 30, for the second reading of the mask mandate ordinance.
The Legal and Finance Committee sent the urban hen ordinance to the city council 3-2 with council members Pat Jones and Lance Lehmann voting n…
"No one though is proposing that video cameras are a panacea," said UW-Madison law professor Keith Findley.
ATLANTIC CITY — A $20 million grant will be used to complete a series of capital improvement projects throughout the city, including bulkhead repair and replacement, flood-proofing public buildings and upgrading traffic lights.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Sturgis is on. The message has been broadcast across social media as South Dakota, which has seen an uptick in corona…
ATLANTIC CITY — In January, then-congressional candidate Brigid Callahan Harrison published an opinion piece in The Press of Atlantic City calling for a statue of civil rights and women’s rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer to be erected outside Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall.
ATLANTIC CITY — City Council adopted the 2020 municipal budget Wednesday night, delivering a slight tax reduction to property owners for the second time in five years.
ATLANTIC CITY — With 3,202 Democratic votes counted in Atlantic City shortly before noon Wednesday, Mayor Marty Small Sr. continued to lead with about 61% of the vote, according to the Atlantic County Board of Elections.
Drinking a cold beer or sipping a cocktail on the Boardwalk is one step closer to becoming permanently legal in Atlantic City following a decisive vote by state lawmakers Thursday.
The experiment of permitting public consumption of alcoholic beverages on the Atlantic City Boardwalk is only a few days old, but lawmakers in Trenton approved a bill Tuesday that would make open containers a permanent fixture at the seaside resort.
The Rapid City Council lifted all mandatory business restrictions Monday that were in place to ease the spread of COVID-19.
ATLANTIC CITY — Former Mayor Lorenzo Langford is throwing his support behind a one-time rival in the upcoming mayoral election.