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City mulls housing development for downtown parking lot

City mulls housing development for downtown parking lotLocal investors in Juneau want to turn a city-owned parking lot on North Franklin Street into a 40-unit apartment complex

Heritage to open new cafe and bakery downtown

Heritage to open new cafe and bakery downtownHeritage Coffee Roasting Company plans to close its two current downtown locations to open a larger café on the corner of Front and Seward. The space, owned by Goldstein Improvement Company, was most recently occupied by Peer Amid Beads.

Business slate challenges Sealaska incumbents

Business slate challenges Sealaska incumbentsA slate of shareholders with business backgrounds is trying to unseat four incumbents on the Sealaska board of directors

City aims to open Pederson Hill to residential development

City aims to open Pederson Hill to residential developmentCity officials are hoping to address Juneau’s longstanding housing shortage by opening Pederson Hill to development.

Alaskan Brewing Co. now selling beer in cans

Alaskan Brewing Co. now selling beer in cansJuneau-based Alaskan Brewing Co. recently added a canning line and broke ground on a multi-million dollar expansion.

Cruise ship Volendam to make unexpected stop in Juneau

Cruise ship Volendam to make unexpected stop in JuneauThe Holland America Line ship departed Japan for a stop in Kodiak, but had to divert due to bad weather in the Gulf of Alaska

Alaska unemployment rate stays below national average

Alaska unemployment rate stays below national averageAlaska’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 6.6 percent in March, up one-tenth of a percent from February

Comment period opens for cruise waste permits

The state has developed a permit process based on new regulations for cruise ship waste water, and that permit process is now open for public comment.

Delta vs. Alaska: Dueling airlines benefit Juneau

Delta vs. Alaska: Dueling airlines benefit JuneauAlaska travel analyst Scott McMurren says the power of competition goes a long way in lowering airfares.

Douglas Inn: New look, old name

Douglas Inn: New look, old nameThe bar formerly known as PP’s Douglas Inn is returning to an old name – Louie’s Douglas Inn – and receiving a full remodel.