This week, McDonald’s doubled down on its commitment to Alaskan pollock. The chain announced that it will stop using other fish and switch to 100 percent Alaskan pollock in all 14,000 of its United States restaurants.
Annie’s Homegrown has issued a recall for all varieties of the company’s frozen pizzas, because they may contain fragments of flexible metal mesh.
The Parnell Administration wants to change another part of the 2006 cruise ship initiative. Bills introduced this session at the governor’s request would effectively allow more chemicals and minerals to be released into the water. Backers say the levels would still be safe
Next time you tip a bottle of Amber, Pale or IPA from Juneau’s Alaskan Brewing Company the beer you’ll be drinking will be a little greener, as in good for the environment.
The City and Borough of Juneau should relax its planning and zoning regulations and implement tax incentives to encourage more home building.
Bill Brown of Juneau has resigned from the Alaska Board of Fisheries with nearly a year and a half remaining in his term.
Juneau Veterans for Peace is appealing a recent Planning Commission decision granting a conditional use permit for an indoor shooting range at a proposed gun shop near the airport.
Assembly member Carlton Smith is the real estate broker for a property that could benefit from dock expansion.
Unemployment in Alaska has been lower than the national rate for nearly 50 months.
Alaska’s unemployment rate historically had been higher than the rest of … more
Nearly 500 people expected at meet at Dimond Park Aquatic Center in the Mendenhall Valley.