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The candidates have a great deal of common ground but all bring different perspectives to the board.
The occupants of 401 Harris Street, including co-owner James Barrett, must be out of the house by next week.
More than 100 people regularly use the syringe exchange, but the program could fold at the end of the year.
Capital City Fire/Rescue will hold an open house from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday for high school students interested in participating in CCFR’s cadet program. Cadets meet… Continue reading
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
Co-conspirators in multiple drug cases were sentenced in federal court this week.
The U.S. Coast Guard announced that it has suspended search efforts for a 55-year-old Kake man who might have fallen off a pier.
Demolition of the old Juneau Arts & Culture Center won’t start in spring as originally planed, but those spearheading the New JACC said Wednesday they’re… Continue reading
A busy week of candidate forums culminated in the annual League of Women Voters candidate forum on Thursday.
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
A man elbowed and damaged a window on an Alaska Airlines flight that had just landed in Juneau on Thursday.
As construction continues in downtown Juneau, the intersection of North Franklin and Second streets will be partially closed Friday. According to an email from City… Continue reading
City officials are growing increasingly impatient with the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority.
Candidates circled back to educational topics during the first public forum of election season.
During the first public forum of election season, the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly candidates kept circling back to the topic of improving education.… Continue reading
Candidates mostly agree on methods to boost Juneau economy.
“Did you notice that his name ends in a nah? It’s nah, nada, no way.”
The lawsuit between the city and the cruise industry won’t be resolved any time soon.
Applause is rare at CBJ Assembly meetings, but many in attendance broke into a standing ovation during Monday’s meeting.
More than 100 people who stood outside the Andrew Hope Building on Monday night for a candlelight vigil in honor of Ashley Johnson-Barr.