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5 things to know about the new Southeast Radiation Oncology Center

5 things to know about the new Southeast Radiation Oncology CenterThe new Southeast Radiation Oncology Center in Juneau celebrated its grand opening on Thursday.

Juneau Assembly approves Law Department’s move to Sealaska Plaza

Juneau Assembly approves Law Department’s move to Sealaska PlazaThe move will happen sometime around the first of the year as the CBJ Law Department expands to handle additional responsibilities.

Troll takes her seat on the Juneau Assembly

Troll takes her seat on the Juneau AssemblyAssembly members Mary Becker and Karen Crane were also sworn in to their second terms on the CBJ Assembly before Monday's meeting.

Assembly updates agreement with AJT Mining Properties

Assembly updates agreement with AJT Mining PropertiesThe panel last night approved a resolution updating the compact signed in 1979 that allows CBJ and AJT to act as a single entity for future exploration and development.

Darlin recognized for service to Juneau

Darlin recognized for service to JuneauJuneau’s Marie Darlin is 88 and still advocating for causes she’s worked on for years – including services for senior citizens.

Glacier Highway is officially a little bit longer

Glacier Highway is officially a little bit longerJuneau now has three more miles of road.

Where will SE election boundaries end up?

Where will SE election boundaries end up?The latest redistricting maps propose new political boundaries for much of Southeast Alaska. Some answer community concerns. But the final result is not going to make everyone happy.

Juneau reaches out to nearby communities, neighbor to neighbor

Juneau reaches out to nearby communities, neighbor to neighborThe borough assemblies from Haines, Skagway and Juneau will meet Friday afternoon in the Skagway Assembly Chambers for what’s being billed as "The Northern Lynn Canal Neighbors Summit."

Juneau Assembly honors longtime PRAC member Jim King

Juneau Assembly honors longtime PRAC member Jim KingWhen Jim King was appointed to the City and Borough of Juneau’s first Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee in 1968, the Capital City didn’t even have a Parks and Rec department.

Juneau Assembly considers City Manager evaluation criteria

Juneau Assembly considers City Manager evaluation criteriaJuneau City Manager Kim Kiefer has officially been on the job for a year, meaning it’s time for her annual evaluation by the CBJ Assembly.