Housing affordability continues to be one trend that remains top of mind for many homeowners and prospective buyers. With interest rates rising, some experts suggest we may see a decrease in home prices. However, housing supply remains historically low.
The membership of the Fairbanks Native Association has elected three members to its board of directors.
The Fudge Pot, a Fairbanks fixture for almost 30 years, recently reopened under new ownership after a six-month remodel.
Soon it will be summer and we will be able to enjoy sourdough pancakes, parades, duck-tape boats and rubber duckies floating down the Chena. This is just a wonderful time to remember the good old days.
Milton Keeter Jr. resigned as CEO and president of the Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) on March 9.
Now more than ever, customers are being very careful who they choose to do business with. What gives your business a competitive edge? How do you increase your exposure, establish trust, and stand out against your competitors?
The 13-member board of directors of Doyon, Ltd. has five new members following elections on Friday.
A north wind picked up as Jeff Farvour leaned over the stern of the Apollo, his 39-foot fiberglass fishing boat. With a gaff hook in one hand and a line in the other, Farvour pulled a single chinook salmon, almost three feet long and worth more than $100, onto the deck.
There’s a story I would like to share with you that really addresses what quality customer service is all about.
With spring right around the corner, the milder weather ahead may be more cooperative for roofing projects. If you’re a homeowner looking to repair or replace your current roof, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) offers these tips on completing your project safely and with confidence.