Resolving Juneau’s solid waste problems tops the list of the Assembly’s goals for the next year.
Officer Matthew Tokuoka’s widow filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging negligence, loss of consortium, breach of contract
The capital city’s bus system wants to hear from you – whether you ride the bus every day, or have never been aboard.
City attorney Amy Mead explained how fireworks fit under the new language on “unreasonable noise.”
Special election Oct. 28!
Across Alaska, Friday was the last day in a four-week period where student attendance translates into school funding.
Secretary of State who engineered Russian America purchase will be commemorated
Volunteers of America have been given the OK to build up to 75 apartments in West Juneau.
Juneau’s processed poop is going to start piling up come Jan. 1, unless a new disposal arrangement comes together soon.
According to Bartlett, Egbert has over 23 years experience in medical facilities with 15 years as a hospital CEO.