The most any single business could receive would be $40,000.
The owners of Alaska Pure Sea Salt Company recently revamped their website in a bid to gain more online commerce. With their new web presence prepared for heavier traffic, the couple took to social media to promote their product and get the word out about their salt.
Alaska Probiotics will host a fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 18 at its storefront on Franklin Street.
Alaska businesses have struggled for months to hire new employees — and it’s unclear when it will ease.
The quickly escalating saga involves hundreds of millions of dollars in fines, a miniature Canadian railway and Donald Trump’s personal lawyer and it stems from the way that one of Alaska’s biggest fishing companies, American Seafoods, is using an exemption in the federal law that typically allows only U.S. ships to move cargo between U.S. ports.
City officials say this increase is just the first step in a multi-year correction to fix a decade of “neglect” in the annual assessments of commercial properties. Those values directly impact tax bills, and the balance of who’s paying for city services.
The fair averages 300,000 visitors each year, according to CEO Jerome Hertel. That’s about 40% of the state’s population — more than turn out to vote some years.
A COVID-19 outbreak at a warehouse in Centralia, Washington has led to shipping delays at grocery stores throughout Southeast Alaska.
COVID-19 cases are surging in Anchorage again, but this time there’s no municipal mask mandate and no authority telling businesses how to keep the disease from spreading.
James Comas may be Sitka’s youngest business owner, but the owner of the vintage clothing store, The Garage, is far from a novice in the world of clothes.