Plans are progressing to develop the Honsinger Pond area, home to a scenic patch of wildflowers called the Field of Fireweed and an 83-acre patch of privately-owned land adjacent to Egan Highway, with a vocal group who would like to see it remain undeveloped.
An argument about stolen shoes led to two hospitalizations and an arrest Tuesday night, according to a Juneau Police Department press release.
The Juneau Police Department assisted multiple federal agencies in intercepting a package of methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine and making two arrests last week, according to a JPD release.
The amount of crime in Alaska continued to rise in 2017, according to numbers released by the Department of Public Safety on Wednesday, and the number of crimes in Juneau increased at a similar rate.
Juneau’s overall population is still getting older, but young adults are now the largest group in town.
Starting next January, blood donors in Juneau will have a permanent location to contribute to the Blood Bank of Alaska.
Ben Patterson had to pull the devil’s club and alder to the side to get a good look at the gravestone.
Despite the majority of sitting City and Borough of Juneau Assembly members being in favor of putting a child care funding initiative on the October ballot, it will not appear on the ballot.
Starting in October, Capital City Fire/Rescue will be able to have an extra ambulance staffed around the clock.
All was quiet at the Clerk’s Office at City Hall on Monday, until about 3 p.m.