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A silver lining was that jobs and earnings increased in Southeast.
Thirty-two years in, and Alaskan Brewing Co. is still expanding.
The long-term vision is larger than the small park.
There are three open seats on the Juneau Economic Development Council’s Board of Directors, and the deadline to apply for a spot has been extended,… Continue reading
Late-night grub shack closes, but another will soon take its place.
Measure would not kill controversial mine, rep says.
Juneau Coworking aims to be a home for freelancers, side hustlers and gig economy workers.
Standing outside a boutique seafood processor in Juneau on a sunny September afternoon, Zach Wilkenson held a handful of what looked like pulverized corn flakes.… Continue reading
Owner of Don Abel Building Supply buys similar business near Nugget Mall.
Forbidden Peak Brewery is moving into the former UAS bookstore.
Auke Bay is changing, and with it, so will DeHarts Auke Bay Store.
A long-time bank branch in downtown Juneau will soon close. Alaska USA Federal Credit Union announced to customers this week that it will close its… Continue reading
Instacart is expanding its services to Juneau and other Southeast communities as of this week.
At the height of tourism season, space can get tight in Alaskan Brewing Company’s tasting room. “When a bus unloads, it’s very crowded,” Andy Kline,… Continue reading
Video game store Game On is moving locations as part of an expansion for Juneau’s only video game store. Owners Casey and Emry Harris wrote… Continue reading
Four months almost to the day after a fire started in his brewery on Franklin Street, Matt Barnaby stood Monday morning at a property on… Continue reading
Island Air Express, an airline company based in Southeast Alaska, is now offering year-round nonstop service between Juneau, Ketchikan and Petersburg, it announced Friday. This… Continue reading