Sailing is thriving in the capital city through a club called Southeast Alaska Sailing, also known as SEAS.
The Philippines’ recently appointed honorary consul is trying to make the case that “Alaska” should mean “seafood” in the Philippines.
Juneau paused with the rest of America Wednesday to remember those who died or were forever changed from the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S.
President Barack Obama has asked Congress to postpone a vote on a U.S.-led military strike against Syria to pursue a diplomatic solution.
After 53 years as a teacher, director, and choreographer, Janice Holst is retiring at the end of the month. Holst has been in charge of various performing arts events in the capital city for the past 35 years, including the Gold Nugget Review, Dancers Against Drugs, and the Grumpsicle.
Officials say the search for the missing airplane is being hampered by bad weather and the pilot’s lack of an emergency beacon.
The number of reported crimes in Juneau dropped nearly 20 percent from 2011 to 2012, and the number of violent crimes recorded over the same period was down about 13 percent. That’s according to the Juneau Police Department’s Annual Report, presented to the CBJ Assembly on Monday. Violent crimes include homicides, rapes, robberies, assaults, burglaries…
The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears and North Pole Patriots football teams are playing in the medium schools football division this year.
CBJ wants the LBC to redraw the northern boundary for the recently-formed Petersburg Borough further south
CCF&R, JPD, and NMFS participate in 3rd Annual 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb at Juneau’s Federal Building
Juneau Chamber of Commerce CEO Cathie Roemmich has been selected to serve on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Committee of 100, which advises the national Chamber’s board of directors.
It’s official: A controversial tax cut on oil companies will be put to a vote. “Vote Yes — Repeal the Giveaway” has met all of the legal requirements to get on the ballot.
The clinic for Juneau’s homeless and low-income residents will stay open at least through April 30 thanks to the fundraising efforts of local community members and organizations.