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The secret to bargain prices: An alternative network of local suppliers, low overhead, selling out daily and less fussiness about the perfect-shaped fruit or vegetable.
A Honolulu City Council member wants to levy a $1,000 fine for people who illegally junk their cars.
UPDATED: A proposed resolution would give the top spot to the East Honolulu councilman, who was narrowly re-elected in November.
Federal money will be available to help certain Medicaid recipients with the search for housing, but not to pay rent.
Counties and nonprofits will use the money to build permanent housing for the homeless and create more shelter space.
Matiullah Joyia wants to open a mosque, but for now he’s looking for followers at swap meets, Starbucks and a women’s jail.
Calling it a success, Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell is extending a program in which the guards shuttle between nine parks.
Director Jan Yamane, who took over from Chuck Totto, is emphasizing training over investigation in an effort to change the culture.
A recent federal court ruling has some cities pulling back their bans on homeless people camping in public places.
A nonprofit would oversee building the free, fenced-in site featuring zip lines, fountains, a snack concession and a police office.