This year’s Alaska cruise-ship season has ended. Close to a million passengers sailed through Southeast this summer, with many traveling on to points north and west.
CBJ Emergency Programs Manager Tom Mattice says this year’s expo will feature more presentations on emergency preparedness topics.
The Bartlett Regional Hospital board of directors recently voted to fully integrate the hospital’s human resources functions with the city and borough of Juneau.
Two Juneau School Board members will have no trouble being elected to their seats next Tuesday – they’re both unopposed.
A house fire in the Mendenhall Valley Thursday morning caused $50,000 damage, but did not result in any serious injuries.
A 58-year-old Hoonah man mauled by a brown bear Wednesday night has been medevac’d to Sitka with non-life threatening injuries.
Kate Troll has a history in fisheries and tourism, and wants to make sure the public’s interest is put first.
Bill Peters has spent much of the last two decades serving on non-profit, community, and municipal boards. Now he’s hoping to add CBJ assembly to that list.
Bartlett Spokesman Jim Strader said in a statement that Harff announced her resignation in an extended executive session with the hospital’s board of directors Tuesday night.
For the third time a Juneau contractor has lost his bid to rezone a residential lot so he can build a commercial development in the Mendenhall Valley.
Juneau School Board Candidate Lisa Worl believes parental involvement is critical to improving the quality of K-12 education in the Capital City.
Funds for news buses and upgrade to the water treatment plants were passed through the city and borough of Juneau assembly last night during a regular meeting.
Kevin Jardell once lobbied against building a new state office building in Juneau. Now, he’s going to be representing Juneau in the state capitol building as the city and borough’s new lobbyist.