The Travel Channel’s reality show Hotel Impossible will be in the capital city next week to film an episode on the Alaskan Hotel.
Well-known Juneau businessman Larry Spencer has died. He was 63.
The Philippines’ recently appointed honorary consul is trying to make the case that “Alaska” should mean “seafood” in the Philippines.
About 250 Panhandle business, government and nonprofit leaders will gather in Sitka Sept. 17-19.
CBJ wants the LBC to redraw the northern boundary for the recently-formed Petersburg Borough further south
Juneau Chamber of Commerce CEO Cathie Roemmich has been selected to serve on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Committee of 100, which advises the national Chamber’s board of directors.
Outside consumers have become ill, Chobani investigating
Juneau’s poop is getting expensive. Bidding closed last week on a 5-year contract for municipal sewage sludge disposal with only one viable bid.
The world’s largest cruise corporation will soon install new pollution-control equipment on 32 of its ships. Carnival, Princess and Holland-America vessels sailing Alaska waters are likely to be among those getting the gear.
The state Division of Elections has certified a referendum to repeal a new state law that reduces taxes on oil companies.