In the first three years of this decade, Southeast Alaska reversed a trend of anemic population growth that defined the previous 10 years for the region.
Employment is up, wages are up, and the private sector is growing.
Assembly members Mary Becker and Karen Crane were also sworn in to their second terms on the CBJ Assembly before Monday’s meeting.
Officials of a nationwide non-profit housing operator are looking at Juneau as a possible site for an assisted living center. But it’s just the beginning of the process of finding the right provider for the capital city. Two Retirement Housing Foundation executives visited last week to meet with a task force dedicated to building a…
One job is not enough for minimum wage earners who rent in Alaska.
Blinking lights and pink umbrellas will be on display Thursday night at the Goldtown Nickelodeon as students in the Juneau School District’s CARES program show off their work.
How do you get 135 third, fourth and fifth graders to learn and apply Sir Isaac Newton’s laws of motion? Have them design and build paper roller coasters.
Calling all land owners, developers, lenders and realtors. The Juneau Assembly wants to hear from you.
Juneau’s economic health still depends on government, according to the 2012 Economic Indicators report from the Juneau Economic Development Council.
The Juneau Homeless Coalition’s 3rd annual Project Homeless Connect event was held at three downtown locations today (Wednesday).