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City finance director to leave post
Jeff Rogers said he expects to depart sometime this summer
Docks and harbors board considers fee increases, requiring insurance
The increase is set to be the largest in 40 years, said port director
A splashy renovation: Augustus Brown Pool set for an update
Renovations include locker/changing rooms, resurfacing leisure pool and electrical systems upgrades.
Braking news: Bill would define e-bikes same as bicycles
Increasingly popular way to ride currently undefined in state law.
Lawmaker says ban on conversion therapy can help address LGBTQ+ youth suicide
The bill, sponsored by Juneau Rep. Sara Hannan, awaits a House committee hearing.
Mendenhall Glacier area comment period closing soon
The U.S. Forest Service is seeking public input on seven plans that vary in impact on the area.
Tagish out of water: Sunken tugboat destroyed after more than a weeklong recovery effort
Recovery and pollution cleanup expected to be complete in coming days, Coast Guard official says
Freezin’ for a reason: UAS students and Juneau residents take a plunge at Auke Bay
According to officials, the water temperature was 37 degrees during the time of the plunge.
Does AI have a place in Tlingit language revitalization?
UAS professor weighs in.
SHI purchases downtown building for Indigenous teaching program expansion
The building is adjacent to its downtown Walter Soboleff Building.
City seeks comments on how to spend projected $21.5M marine passenger fee funds
More than 25 projects are being recommended.
The worst of recent winter storm is over
Officials say on-and-off rain and snow are expected through the weekend
Aging infrastructure: Juneau commits to its older residents
City commits to nationwide networks to make Juneau more “age-friendly”
Ways to observe Elizabeth Peratrovich Day in Juneau
Commemorating the Alaska Native civil rights leader here in the capital city.
A look before the ‘Leap’
Previewing Perseverance Theatre’s latest, which blends basketball, Chinese history and identity.
City expresses support for hospital acquisition of Wildflower Court
Bartlett Regional Hospital officials say merger can help meet current hospice demand.
City takes step toward opposing lawsuit threatening closure of Southeast Alaska king salmon trolling
CBJ follows other Southeast Alaska cities which cite negative economic impacts
‘I’m trying to keep her story alive’: Family of Tracy Day continues to search for answers four years after her disappearance
Police say the case is still open and under investigation.
Douglas Indian Association condemns district’s handling of racist insults complaint
Members “demand accountability,” say inaction could affect tribal consultations with the district.
Child care providers rally outside Capitol in support of increased funding
Supporters say new bill would provide necessary support and resources