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Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Blangiardi Holds Double-Digit Lead In Honolulu Mayor’s Race Hawaii News Now

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Blangiardi Holds Double-Digit Lead In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

But Hanabusa and Amemiya are tied for second and will likely force a runoff in November.

City Takes Steps To Fix Affordable Housing Program Cory Lum/Civil Beat

City Takes Steps To Fix Affordable Housing Program

Bill 60 was signed into law by Mayor Kirk Caldwell on June 4.

The Pay Keeps Flowing For Accused Honolulu Officials On Leave Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Pay Keeps Flowing For Accused Honolulu Officials On Leave

Accused workers are presumed innocent, but some question whether they should continue to be paid as months turn into years.

Hanabusa Officially Running To Be Honolulu Mayor Chad Blair/Civil Beat

Hanabusa Officially Running To Be Honolulu Mayor

The former congresswoman says her federal and state experience is critical in the wake of COVID-19.

Honolulu Seeking Private Partner To Manage ‘Stairway To Heaven’ Nick Grube/Civil Beat

Honolulu Seeking Private Partner To Manage ‘Stairway To Heaven’

The mayor wants to keep the trail open without bothering the neighbors.

Rick Blangiardi Is Back On TV, But This Time He’s A Political Candidate

Rick Blangiardi Is Back On TV, But This Time He’s A Political Candidate

The former Hawaii News Now general manager is making his pitch to be mayor of Honolulu.

City Officials, Hawaiians Find Path Forward On Sherwood Forest Park Cory Lum/Civil Beat

City Officials, Hawaiians Find Path Forward On Sherwood Forest Park

The deal drew a mixed reaction when it was unveiled at the Waimanalo Neighborhood Board meeting.

The Future Of Koko Crater Stables Remains In Limbo Kuʻu Kauanoe/Civil Beat

The Future Of Koko Crater Stables Remains In Limbo

It’s still not clear who will run the island’s last remaining public equestrian center long-term — or whether they’ll even stay in existence.

Free Lunch From A Contractor Is Annual Tradition at Honolulu Hale Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Free Lunch From A Contractor Is Annual Tradition at Honolulu Hale

The Ethics Commission is considering a zero-tolerance policy on “tokens of aloha.”

City and County of Honolulu Government