The increase in the first three months of the current school year is a likely sign of the way COVID-19 has impacted school enrollment.
A $25 million fund can be tapped for a range of business initiatives.
The latest filings from the Federal Election Commission show how the majority of the state’s federal delegation has worked to help Democrats retake control of Washington.
Four new deaths were reported on Oahu.
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We want to have a future here, and between the two candidates, Amemiya’s plan gives us the most hope – by far.
The Notorious RBG, a healer in her own right, helped to repair the imbalances in our society — but the work is far from over.
Hawaii school officials have purchased 49,000 computers for students but 23,000 have yet to be delivered.
Oahu is on track to loosen some restrictions on gyms and restaurants this week.
After 17 years, U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is leaving the Hawaii Army National Guard for a new unit on the mainland.
Eighteen other states will still accept a ballot if it’s postmarked by Election Day.
As tenants fall behind on rent and units sit vacant, some landlords are looking to sell.
The little-known rule might be changing as soon as this week. But for now, you risk a citation if you’re gathering with household members without a mask.
It’s been nearly two months since Hawaii’s daily COVID-19 case count dropped below 50.
The so-called Ohana candidates are in a political battle with the candidates on the Hui O Maui slate, a classic battle of progressives vs. conservatives.
A World War II veteran, Setoda was a quiet man who long ago won the respect of his hometown.
A committee set up to help guide Hawaii’s economic recovery holds private meetings with no public agendas or minutes.
Jack’s Diving Locker has been using federal relief money to provide free summer camps to kids. The tourism reopening may be just in the nick of time.
Fortunately, companies can do a lot to soften the impact and offset disparities altogether.
While we may not be apocalyptically doomed, we are definitely doomed to change.
Some say systematic failures to respond to COVID-19 reveal just how challenging it will be to stop climate change, while others see reasons for hope.
Focusing on your car’s carbon impact may be misguided.