Paving should be finished by Friday
Juneau voters will be asked in October if an empowered board should be created to run both city-owned swimming pools
The Juneau Assembly on Monday will take up an ordinance to create one board to run both city-owned swimming pools.
A downtown cleanup is set for July 25th, an effort to begin to tackle problems in Juneau’s core.
A Michigan man charged with threatening a Juneau black woman has been sentenced to up to a year in prison
A new assistant principal has been hired at Juneau-Douglas High School
Longtime Alaska reporter Bob Tkacz will be remembered Thursday at the state capitol for the years he covered the Alaska Legislature
Another telephone scam hit the capital city Wednesday
Some Alaskans are among the more than 600 people nationwide infected by salmonella after eating boneless skinless chicken breast products from Foster Farms
Juneau police believe they have a suspect in connection with a racial incident that marred the parade at the end of last month’s Celebration.