Rindi White has been a freelance writer and editor for Alaska Business Publishing Company for years, and now she formally joins the team as a Staff Writer.
Brandi Burchett has been selected as the new CEO of Mat-Su Senior Services, serving the widest geographical area of any senior service provider.
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough looks to hydrokinetic energy to supply electricity for its cargo dock at Port MacKenzie.
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development crunched numbers for 2020 and found average prices increased 8 to 9 percent, with demand exceeding supply.
The board of the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA) has accepted $8.5 million set aside in the state operating budget, HB 69, for the West Susitna Access Road (WSAR).
Theater patrons suddenly have an abundance of choices. Valley Performing Arts is closing a run of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors; TBA Theatre is mounting its traditional Halloween shows; Anchorage Community Theater stages a radio play; Mad Myrna’s brings back its annual Rocky Horror Show; Perseverance Theatre opens its season in Juneau; and the following week, Cyrano’s Theatre Company continues its 2020 season after a long hiatus.
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough and the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that provides a partnership framework for a phased feasibility analysis of the West Susitna Access.
In one day, the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority unanimously approved a total of six loan participations for projects happening in Anchorage and Wasilla.