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How Hawaii Scientists Are Keeping Their Research Alive During The Pandemic National Tropical Botanical Garden

How Hawaii Scientists Are Keeping Their Research Alive During The Pandemic

Fewer trips to the field have become the norm as scientists adapt by working from home and connecting with colleagues.

Could This Housing Project Be A Model For Addressing Homelessness On Kauai? Allan Parachini/Civil Beat

Could This Housing Project Be A Model For Addressing Homelessness On Kauai?

 The complex is still under construction, but is already housing most of the homeless families who had been living in four county beach parks.

Kauai Lets Chandler Family Keep Running Their Vacation Rental Allan Parachini/Civil Beat

Kauai Lets Chandler Family Keep Running Their Vacation Rental

County officials said their hand was forced due to their own inaction on the permit.

Kauai Bets Big With CARES Money To Boost Local Beef Industry Allan Parachini/Civil Beat

Kauai Bets Big With CARES Money To Boost Local Beef Industry

The federal dollars will be used to make cattle ranching more viable as a business.

Aaron Feinberg: Kauai Photographer Turned Weather Guru Allan Parachini/Civil Beat

Aaron Feinberg: Kauai Photographer Turned Weather Guru

When he’s not shooting nature, he’s dispelling conspiracy theories and issuing forecasts on Facebook.

Kauai Restaurants Bar ‘Unquarantined Travelers’ From Dine-In Service Allan Parachini/Civil Beat

Kauai Restaurants Bar ‘Unquarantined Travelers’ From Dine-In Service

A few businesses have taken the extra precaution as the state loosens COVID-19 restrictions.

This Kauai Tour Guide Now Offers Quarantine Delivery Service Courtesy: Maria "Maria Coco" Camero

This Kauai Tour Guide Now Offers Quarantine Delivery Service

Even when the state reopens to tourism in mid-October, Maria “Coco Maria” Camero said she won’t be able to pick up where she left off with her successful tour guiding business. For now, she’s catering to the needs of quarantined residents and visitors.

Princeville Glamping Project Would Require Affordable Housing Allan Parachini/Civil Beat

Princeville Glamping Project Would Require Affordable Housing

A lawyer for the community association expects a time-consuming approval process that could end up in court.

Coronavirus Relief Funds Are Helping These Workers Train For New Careers Courtesy: Vimal Singh

Coronavirus Relief Funds Are Helping These Workers Train For New Careers

More than 300 people applied for 24 openings in a job training program for Kauai residents who lost work due to the coronavirus.

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