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Michael Good has spent most of his adult life homeless. Just one week ago that all changed and he said he has his faith in… Continue reading
Juneau’s city fire department could be receiving a boost in staffing. The City and Borough of Juneau Assembly will hear an update on how many… Continue reading
The Housing First facility may be more than doubling its residents. Bruce Denton, Vice Chair on the Housing First board, said Housing First — a… Continue reading
The city’s new municipal attorney search is officially open. The City and Borough Assembly met Thursday afternoon and decided that the search for a new… Continue reading
Mark Landvik grew up in Juneau and is now a professional snowboarder. Just three years ago he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. That diagnosis is… Continue reading
The City and Borough of Juneau Assembly is holding a special meeting to discuss the hiring process for a replacement city municipal attorney at Assembly… Continue reading
Project Playground committee still in need of volunteers.
20th Century Theatre, Glacier Cinemas now Americans with Disabilities Act compliant.
Two local breweries were recently awarded for the craftsmanship of their ales. Alaskan Brewing Company and Barnaby Brewing Company each earned a medal during the… Continue reading
Program has helped 19 individuals or familes in the last year.
The city’s fire department is short on staff and may get the help it needs. The City and Borough of Juneau Committee of the Whole… Continue reading
Bartlett Regional Hospital is progressing with more ways to care for its patients. Bartlett Regional Hospital CEO Chuck Bill explained what the hospital is doing… Continue reading
The Chief Executive Officer of Canadian-owned Hydro One Limited and the entire Hydro One board of directors are officially no longer with the company. Canadian… Continue reading
Rico Worl, Christy Eriksen discuss medallions, Front and Seward streets intersection.
Sitting at the intersection of Seward Street and Fronts Street, Rico Worl’s mind began spinning about a new design concept. Worl, a local artist who… Continue reading
Correction: A previous version of this article erroneously stated that the discussion about the Best Starts program will take place this week. It will be… Continue reading
An undergraduate student at the Alaska Pacific University who is pursuing a degree in counseling psychology won Sealaska Heritage Institute’s 2018 Judson L. Brown Leadership… Continue reading
Another Fourth of July suffering through eight-10 hours of unending firework displays all around us. Do I have rights about having peace and quiet in… Continue reading
A former Empire reporter recently won an Emmy Award for her production company’s work on an Alaska historical documentary. Debbie Reinwand, a 1977 graduate of… Continue reading