NAO moving to Mendenhall Mall

A major tenant of the Nugget Mall is moving north to Mendenhall Mall after 25 years at that location. The managing partner of Nugget Alaskan Outfitters (NAO) announced Thursday that the store will fill the space formerly occupied by J.C. Read more

New arts center in Willoughby district's future plans

While a towering nearby crane did its work last week to bring the State Library, Archives and Museum building to life, another piece of the Willoughby District's civic infrastructure-in-development was being discussed. Read more

CBJ wants city to protest Zephyr Restaurant liquor license application

The popular Zephyr Restaurant at Fourth and Seward regularly rings with live music and the sounds of popping corks, but the city’s Finance staff has asked the city Human Resources Committee to consider a recommended protest of the business’ liquor license renewal. Read more

Budget, sales tax procedures discussed by Assembly

City Finance Director Bob Bartholomew Tuesday walked the Borough Assembly through city revenue and expense changes over the past five years, as well as explaining the city's sales tax and revenue structure. Read more

JSD board hears leaner budget proposal

Banking on the likelihood that the state Legislature won't raise the amount of money paid per student, the Juneau school board Monday heard a first reading of a budget that contains $1.7 million in budget reductions. Read more

Deal reached for A&P inventory, employees

Downtown Juneau should still have a downtown grocery store to rely upon with lots of familiar faces after Sept. 8, Suzanne Williams of Alaska & Proud said Wednesday. Read more

US senators move to save old ice breaker from scrap yard

The USS/USCG Glacier is far from her prime and floating in a federal mothball fleet, but both of Alaska's U.S. senators have moved to get the U.S. Read more

Saloon's landscaping plan gets city's OK

City planning commissioners voted Tuesday to support the Red Dog Saloon’s proposal to use hanging baskets and potted plants instead of in-ground... Read more

Alaska Delegation seeks Roadless Rule repeal in Tongass,Chugach

The Alaska Congressional Delegation drew praise from a timber industry group and Sealaska Corp. for leading the charge against application of the... Read more

Many views about moving fishermen's memorial

Some angry families and friends of those memorialized on the Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial told public officials and the memorial... Read more

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