The holidays are upon us and several local non-profits are looking for some elves to help Santa deliver a little Christmas cheer to area families. As Casey Kelly reports, it’s not too late to give.
In the past, the city had contracted with the League of Women Voters to do the budget survey. But the League’s proposed change in format from a telephone poll to a mail-out survey, and the desire to have results sooner caused the Assembly to go with the private, Juneau-based McDowell Group.
Juneau’s Bartlett Regional Hospital has a new management contract. The board of directors for the city-owned facility has approved a new three-year deal with Quorum Health Resources, the hospital announced last night (Monday) in a press release.
Juneau Police say two teenage girls were taken to the hospital yesterday afternoon (Sunday) after being struck by a car on Glacier Highway. Neither girl was seriously hurt.
About 4,000 customers were without power for a couple hours Sunday night after a pair of feeder lines failed due to wind damage.
With a projected budget shortfall of 7.5 million dollars over the next two years, the Juneau Assembly is seeking some spending guidance from the community.
Three teenage boys have been charged with vandalism, after getting caught in the alleged act at Melvin Park in the Mendenhall Valley.
The state Department of Health and Social Services has identified the daycare provider shutdown Wednesday as a result of abuse allegations.
The U-S Senate voted 95-3 today (Thursday) to confirm Judge Morgan Christen to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Sponsors of a citizens’ initiative to re-establish the Alaska Coastal Management Program are frustrated by the Parnell Administration’s apparent foot dragging.