Bells rang in the capital city at 11 am today to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech and the March on Washington.
The Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium plans to close Front Street Clinic on October 1, according to SEARHC COO Dan Neumeister.
A group of people from all over the U.S. traveled to the capital city this week for one reason – stand up paddle boarding.
Residents out the road in Auke Bay and Lena Loop lost power for about 20 minutes this morning. The rest of Juneau may have noticed … more
SEARHC COO Neumeister anticipates a final decision on Front Street Clinic when the board meeting ends today.
Gastineau Elementary closed its new playground equipment after discovering small sharp wires in the rubber ground covering.
The city hired an investigator in early June to conduct an investigation into allegations of a hostile work environment.
The city and borough of Juneau is in the market for a new legislative lobbyist.
Long-time lobbyist Clark Gruening retired at the end of July after more than 25 years with the CBJ.
Glacier Bay Lodge will stay open, at least for another 2 years.
Several weeks of negotiations between National Park Service and the current concessionaires ended yesterday. This resulted in a 2-year extension of the contract held by Aramark and Huna Totem Corporation.
The CBJ assembly adopted an ordinance that would allow the city to defer property taxes if land is subdivided into three or more lots.