Following an announcement last month that Icicle Seafoods would permanently shutter its operation in the community, the processing plant’s equipment is being auctioned off, and there’s no guarantee it will stay on the island.
The first Honorary Consul of the Republic of the Philippines to Alaska has been sworn into office.
State assistance checks delayed by a computer system crash are now being processed.
Field work on a pipeline capable of moving half a billion cubic feet of gas daily is expected to start next week.
Injured fisherman can now receive up to $10,000 to cover emergency healthcare costs through the state’s Alaska Fishermen’s Fund.
Juneau is on a Watch List for homelessness, along with Bethel, Kodiak, and Anchorage. At one point in time this year, the Capital City had … more
Sealaska has sold its international shipping-management business. Officials say it’s part of a change in corporate direction.
A new 40-unit housing development is planned for Juneau. Alaska Housing Finance Corporation has just awarded funds to the joint venture of Volunteers of America, … more
About 35 carpenter union locals in the Pacific Northwest have closed in the past three years to join larger locals. Earlier this month, Juneau’s Carpenter … more
Home prices in major cities across the nation were up 10.9 percent in March from March 2012, the biggest year-over-year increase since April 2006