Sen. Murkowski is working for a federal task force to address tsunami debris.
Where should a second sheet of ice be located in the capital city? That’s the question to be discussed at a meeting Wednesday
Brotherhood Bridge is historic, and Alaska transportation officials are required by federal law to try to find someone who would like to preserve it.
A small park on Third and Seward streets has been dedicated as the Bishop Michael H. Kenny Memorial Peace Park.
A report that could change the way cruise ships handle wastewater is nearly done. A state science advisory panel met last week (Sept. 19-21) in Juneau and shared some of its work with the public.
Basin Road Bridge will be closed from Oct. 2 until Dec. 1 for the second phase of bridge reconstruction.
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APRN’s Dave Donaldson has retired, after covering the state capital for the statewide radio network for more than 20 years.
Most CBJ employees are getting a raise. The Assembly has agreed to appropriate $372,700 to cover a negotiated wage hike for 721 city and borough workers represented by the Marine Engineers Beneficial Association, and those not represented by a union.
Planning is underway for U.S.S. Juneau memorial events.
Cruise ships visiting Juneau will pay more to hook up to CBJ drinking water come October.