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Churches Are Going Online To Keep The Faithful Connected

Pre-recorded sermons sent via YouTube, Sunday service on Facebook Live and congregations united on Zoom are some of the ways churches are adapting.

Hawaii Schools Want To Keep Kids Engaged Until School Resumes

The solution is a patchwork of instructional packets and virtual lesson planning as no end appears in sight for the coronavirus timeline.

Hawaii Coronavirus Cases Now At 175

UPDATED: The state reported 24 new cases since Saturday. About 8,100 tests have been conducted to date.

Will Feds’ Relief Package Be Enough To Keep Hawaii’s Small Businesses Afloat?

The package includes $377 billion for small businesses. Loan money spent on payroll and rent for the next two months doesn’t have to be paid back.

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The Time For RIMPAC Training In Hawaii Is Over Civil Beat

The Time For RIMPAC Training In Hawaii Is Over

Instead, these militaries could shore up hospitals, testing centers and morgues that are being pushed to the breaking point.

Tom Yamachika: Now’s Not The Time To Raise Taxes And Fees Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Tom Yamachika: Now’s Not The Time To Raise Taxes And Fees

It will put a damper on the Hawaii economy when we should instead be doing everything to support it.

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.