Anchorage considers new city seal

August 7, 2018 by  

Anchorage Assemblyman Fred Dyson is not fond of the current official seal of the city, and would like to have a new design. His opinion was echoed by the mayor, Ethan Berkowitz, as well as Kristin DeSmith, a [Read more]

Anchorage startup lands deal with BP

July 10, 2018 by  

A young Anchorage company has landed a deal with oil giant BP whereby the company will build a local plant to manufacture antifreeze in Alaska.

Antifreeze is used by [Read more]

Anchorage looking for new fire chief

June 7, 2018 by  

After three years as Anchorage’s fire chief, Denis LeBlanc retired recently. Jodie Hettrick, who currently serves as the deputy chief of operations at the fire department, is taking over until the Mayor Berkowitz can make a [Read more]

Odd memorabilia item obtained by Anchorage store

May 12, 2018 by  

The last Blockbuster in Anchorage recently acquired an unusual memento of the movies: the leather jockstrap Russell Crowe wore in the 2005 film ‘Cinderella Man’.

Kevin Daymude, the [Read more]

Anchorage welcomes outdoor store

April 6, 2018 by  

Trax Outdoor Center, a shop that sells outdoor gear including paddleboards, Nordic ski equipment, Lululemon clothes, and some gently used goods, has opened a location in [Read more]

Anchorage accelerator selects four companies for training

March 1, 2018 by  

Launch Alaska, a business accelerator in Anchorage, has selected four companies to participate in its 2018 program. [Read more]

Play to have world premiere in Anchorage and Juneau

February 5, 2018 by  

Perseverance Theatre recently announced that ‘William, Inc.’, a play by Lucas Rowley, will have its world premiere in Anchorage and Juneau.

This is the third year in [Read more]

Anchorage’s tour of trees honors winter solstice

January 8, 2018 by  

Thousands of Anchorage residents of all ages recently turned out to celebrate winter at the Solstice Tour of Trees.

This is the [Read more]

Anchorage gas station owner serves the hungry

December 6, 2017 by  

For approximately the eighth year in a row, an Anchorage businesswoman spent Thanksgiving serving free meals to anyone who wanted food.

Insook Baik, who owns a [Read more]

Residents clean up property in Anchorage’s east downtown

November 2, 2017 by  

In hopes of bringing development to the area, east downtown Anchorage property owners have been working to improve the neighborhood by fixing up businesses, log cabins, and run-down houses.

The clean-up garnered more [Read more]

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