Access to the popular park had been limited for months due to reconstruction.
It’s about to get tougher to advertise illegal transient vacation rentals in Honolulu.
Roughly 1,300 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Hawaii in the last two weeks.
Tragedy struck the venerable Diamond Head neighborhood in January when two police officers and a longtime homeowner were killed and a fire that started during the rampage burned numerous homes.
It’s not Susan B. Anthony, who advocated for a woman’s right to vote, that should be getting the credit.
Talented islanders who used their athletic skills to get to university are finding themselves blocked by the pandemic. More high school counselors, the author argues, are needed to help students find their way.
The Hawaii Foodbank has distributed nearly 19 million pounds of food since March. The statewide food insecurity rate for 2020 was projected to be 16.8%, but the figure was far greater for children at 29.4%, or 89,050.
Business and political leaders criticized the governor for changing a program that seems to be working.
The race fell just outside of the threshold for an automatic recount.
No new fatalities were reported.
A wholesale shift to employees working from home amidst the COVID-19 pandemic has softened the office market but there’s been no mass exodus from office space.
Principals on the mainland have adopted their framework for a weekly online discussion stemming from the pandemic.
The project began on the ballot. Maybe it should go back before voters to decide its future.
A medical examiner’s report shows the 28-year-old Kaneohe man died in June from a combination of drug and alcohol use and a physical struggle with police.
Hawaii’s congressman-elect has a young family that he wants with him as he tries to build a career in Congress.
There have been over 1,300 new cases in Hawaii in the past two weeks.
Those fortunate enough to secure a DHHL lot — often after waiting years or decades — find themselves unable to access the property’s market value.