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Honolulu Steps Up Effort To Protect Homeless Population From Virus

A new testing and quarantine center is slated to open Wednesday in Iwilei.

Hawaii COVID-19 Case Count Hits 120

Fourteen new cases were documented by the Department of Health on Friday, as reports of positive COVID-19 test results rise on a daily basis.

There’s Plenty Of Toilet Paper In The US — So Why Are People Hoarding It?

Modern economies run on trust and confidence. COVID-19 is breaking down that trust.

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The Idea Of Free College Tuition Is Silly Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Idea Of Free College Tuition Is Silly

But there may be a middle ground through amortizing loan payment schedules.

Honolulu, HART Budgets Face Financial Reckoning Christina Jedra/Civil Beat

Honolulu, HART Budgets Face Financial Reckoning

Officials will have to make tough calls on the best way to prepare for the fiscal aftermath of COVID-19.

Philanthropy’s Critical Role In Times Of Recession Flickr: Cohen Van der Velde

Philanthropy’s Critical Role In Times Of Recession

With the COVID-19 crisis upon us, those who can give more must give more.

Victory (Lanakila) Gardens: A Way To Thrive During A Crisis Flickr: Britt Fuller

Victory (Lanakila) Gardens: A Way To Thrive During A Crisis

To be pro-active and self-sufficient, the people of Hawaii should grow more of their own food.