On a sunny weekend day in June, take a walk along the Twin Lakes trail and look for a man atop a log.
On back-to-back days, two cars in Juneau caught on fire in unrelated incidents, Capital City Fire/Rescue officials say.
A planned buyer for the Nugget Mall has backed out of a $12.5 million deal, the Empire confirmed Thursday. The news puts the mall’s ownership in the hands of a creditor, its future uncertain.
This summer Eaglecrest Ski Area will break ground on a project 20 years in the making: a public access cabin.
Mining and logging are part of Juneau’s history, and both industries will be on display this weekend.
When it comes to helping a friend in need, asking one tough question might be the best way to start, experts say.
The recent arrest of a Juneau man was tied to a nationwide effort to find and track down suspected online child sex offenders, according to the Anchorage Police Department.
In the Gold Rush Days special section that was inserted into Wednesday’s newspaper, the Empire gave the wrong dates for Juneau Gold Rush Days. The annual event will be held this weekend, June 16 and 17, not June 23-24.
Hale files intent to run for District 2 Valley seat, vacated by Jerry Nankervis.
New bike racks installed downtown were designed by local high school student Ben Campbell.