The U.S. Coast Guard is 223 years old. The maritime service was created on Aug. 4, 1790 as the Revenue Cutter Service under the U.S. … more
Building will fill vacant lot and be devoted to the research and study of the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian cultures
A celebration in the Capital city called Equality For All centers around the recent Supreme Court’s landmark reversal of the Defense of Marriage Act.
The only heavy ice breaker in the Coast Guard’s fleet will be in Juneau this weekend and open for tours.
A smoking ban planned for state-subsidized senior public housing has been postponed.
The Alaska Housing Finance Corporation was to implement no-smoking rules in residents’ apartments … more
Despite a public outcry on a recent AJ Mine resolution, the Juneau Assembly Monday refused to reconsider a vote and discuss the issue.
The Assembly … more
GCI plans to lease a spot at Eaglecrest Ski Area for a cellphone tower.
Hundreds of people poured into Juneau’s Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute, or Auke Bay Laboratories, on Friday, a day set aside to honor its namesake and his legacy in Alaska.
A future performing arts complex is essential to the development of what’s known as the Willoughby District, according to a local architect.
The Juneau Arts … more
There wasn’t the usual long line of people waiting for food at the Governor’s Family Picnic held Tuesday evening at Savikko Park.