Noelle Fujii

Kakaako Food Pantry To Close — At Least For Now Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Kakaako Food Pantry To Close — At Least For Now

After giving away 3 million pounds of food per year, Feeding Hawaii Together has not been able to find a new site so far.

Will Residents Ever Feel Safe In This Downtown Honolulu Park? Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Will Residents Ever Feel Safe In This Downtown Honolulu Park?

In a scenario that plays out in many parts of downtown and Chinatown, nearby residents are afraid to go to Kamalii Park.

Amid The Buzz Of Waikiki, 21,000 People Who Call It Home Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Amid The Buzz Of Waikiki, 21,000 People Who Call It Home

“It is a regular neighborhood, just like any other urban neighborhood in any other city in the world.”

Fee Plan Along Rail Line Pits Schools Against Affordable Housing Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Fee Plan Along Rail Line Pits Schools Against Affordable Housing

About 39,000 additional residential units are expected along a 4-mile stretch of the Honolulu rail route, requiring more schools.

City Wants To Clean Up Bike Path By Designating It A Park Noelle Fujii/Civil Beat

City Wants To Clean Up Bike Path By Designating It A Park

Homeless people lived there until maintenance work began, and officials would like to discourage their return.

Measure Asks: Are All Those Boards and Commissions Needed? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Measure Asks: Are All Those Boards and Commissions Needed?

Charter Amendment 12 calls for a system to periodically review many of Honolulu’s boards and commissions.

Once The ‘Wild West’ Of The City, Kakaako Is Trying To Settle Down Noelle Fujii/Civil Beat

Once The ‘Wild West’ Of The City, Kakaako Is Trying To Settle Down

Popular with young professionals who see it as hip and up-and-coming, the neighborhood’s transition has come with growing pains.

2 Finalists For Manoa Chancellor UH Manoa

2 Finalists For Manoa Chancellor

The two finalists will visit the campus in November to meet with constituents and undergo a final round of interviews.

AG Offers A Shortcut To Acquire Troublesome Kakaako Roads Noelle Fujii/Civil Beat

AG Offers A Shortcut To Acquire Troublesome Kakaako Roads

Roads that were considered privately owned actually belong to the state, which is offering them to the city, the AG’s office said.