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Doug Chin and Mike Broderick, both attorneys, expressed support for some of the reforms proposed by Black Lives Matter activists.
City officials are planning improvements to the tramway but haven’t announced specific details.
The City and County of Honolulu is in a solid financial position for now, according to the council budget chair.
The city wants to use federal aid to help achieve what has been a goal for years: diversifying the economy.
The man who kicked off the beleaguered Honolulu rail project wants to lead it to the finish line.
One of Hawaii’s longest-serving lawmakers aims to fill a vacant council position.
The Army combat veteran is challenging former state Sen. Will Espero and comedian Augie T for the District 9 spot.
HGEA is backing a well-connected local businessman who has promised to increase trust and accountability in city government.