In a multi-year project, the Ravens Roost trail is currently in phase two.
Meet Cecilio Escatell, a cannery worker at PFI this summer.
The gym in the Petersburg Recreation Center will reopen Monday after being resurfaced.
This fall's municipal election will ask Petersburg voters to elect 20 positions for the borough, school district, hospital and library.
Budget cuts to state troopers are taking place all over Alaska. But in small Southeast communities, like Petersburg, it’s a double whammy. That’s because community jails are also taking a big hit. And the two are inextricably linked.
The Petersburg Borough Assembly tells the state that the ferry system is vital to commerce.
Five Finger Lighthouse is bringing in tourists to help pay for whale research and the upkeep of the 1932 art deco building. This gives the tiny island in Frederick Sound a slightly different feel from the usual peace and quiet.
The Petersburg Borough Assembly Monday approved the purchase of a new street sweeper for $213,811.
Petersburg’s borough assembly Monday will vote on sending a letter on state ferry service and get an early glimpse at the October borough ballot. A letter drafted to the Alaska Marine Highway System says the state’s proposed fall, winter and spring schedule will impact student and visitor travel because of the length of time between trips to some communities in Southeast.
A popular hiking trail on the mainland near Petersburg is getting some major renovation work this summer.
The Cascade Creek trail, in Thomas Bay on the mainland about 16 miles northeast of Petersburg, will see reconstruction of about one half mile of the trail’s four mile length.