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A Chuukese couple’s child died after a series of visits to the emergency room at Kapiolani Medical Center, their lawyer says.
Can the area pull off the balancing act of helping the homeless while still allowing businesses to thrive?
A small shop provides a sanctuary for the community’s youths, including residents of nearby public housing projects.
The last presidential election in 2012 attracted a 61.9 percent turnout, but that ballot included Hawaii-born Barack Obama.
The advent of online registration is given a lot of credit. But that may not reverse the trend of low voter turnouts.
Charter Amendment 12 calls for a system to periodically review many of Honolulu’s boards and commissions.
Plans call for the public housing project to be rebuilt. Current residents have been promised interim housing and a chance to return.
Big projects are on the horizon, but some people feel that community-input meetings are designed to manipulate the message.