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The owner of Deckhand Dave’s offered to buy the entire property.
Their options don’t peter out in the cold months.
This year’s Halloween will be the biggest ever for downtown Juneau’s business district, as 71 businesses will be participating in trick-or-treating. Businesses plan to give… Continue reading
An eight-week open mic and art series is beginning Wednesday at the Rookery downtown. The series, called Mountainside Open Mic and Art Jam, invites people… Continue reading
Don’t worry, the triangle in the carpeting isn’t going anywhere.
This weekend is the last chance for people to register to vote, and doing so in Juneau just became easier.
City officials hope the road will serve as the foundation of development on the backside of Douglas.
Eleven Juneau representatives traveled to Whitehorse to open up the lines of communication between business communities.
At Thursday’s Juneau Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Assembly candidates were probed about an issue that many of them know quite a bit about: Juneau’s economy.… Continue reading
Forbidden Peak Brewery is moving into the former UAS bookstore.
Instacart is expanding its services to Juneau and other Southeast communities as of this week.
Two new marijuana shops are coming to Juneau, courtesy of the Alaska Marijuana Control Board. In its three-day Fairbanks meeting this week, the board approved… 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
As a drizzling rain fell Friday afternoon, Patrick Sweeney stood in the courtyard at Lemon Creek Correctional Center and talked about the flower beds he… Continue reading
Visitors to Juneau would like to see downtown cleaned up, both literally and figuratively, according to two Juneau Economic Development Council surveys. The results of… Continue reading
The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation will hire 10 new workers in Juneau, CEO Angela Rodell told the Juneau Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, earning a… Continue reading
Struggling to heal emotionally and physically after pregnancy is normal. But it’s not something people talk about readily, said Dr. Tamar “Tam” Boyd, of Wellspring… Continue reading
Complaints over cruise ship emissions are rising, according to the Department of Environmental Conservation, partly due to excessive blue haze from cruise ship exhaust stacks.… Continue reading
Wells Fargo is closing its Lemon Creek branch, the only full-service bank in the area, effective Aug. 15. On Wednesday morning, signs announcing the impending… Continue reading