The $4.6 million project took two years to complete because of Covid-19 delays. The first residents are due to move in next month.
As the city searches for a new site, the Westside offers lessons on how a place can turn into the island’s perceived ‘dumping ground.’
West Oahu residents and lawmakers have expressed concern about the military’s approach to outreach and facilities planning in their communities.
Less expensive housing has drawn more people to the former sugar town, but that’s also changing the character of a place once known for how well it cared for those who lived there.
The homeless community that has long occupied space next to the Waianae Boat Harbor has big plans to move to permanent homes at a new site.
As the Army looks to renew leases on Hawaii state lands, a debate rages about both its past and its future.
Pua Kaiaulu, a new internship program, is helping high schoolers prepare for their next steps in life.
Waianae and Ewa have had the highest number of new COVID-19 cases on Oahu in the past two weeks.
The Westside resident thinks kiawe trees can revolutionize Oahu’s food system and help the next generation learn to love where they live.