- Special Projects
The designation was a victory for a community group that opposed Alexander & Baldwin’s plans to redevelop the 1.7 acre site in Kailua.
ALEA Bridge hopes to break ground in November for a 12- to 16-unit transitional housing development in Wahiawa.
Bryan McKay Moorefield led a seemingly carefree life in Waikiki, but was searching for a way off the streets at the time of his death.
People living in a roadside encampment receive an unusual amount of community support, because many of them are longtime residents.
Sorting and selling recyclables hauled away in blue bins no longer makes economic sense, the audit found.
Fearing future development of a Leeward valley rich with cultural history, some community members are pushing for preservation.
A 2016 study found the city had the 11th-worst roads among large urban areas, and residents pay more than the national average for related car repairs.
A nonprofit organization that maintains a state park says the rentals are the only way to pay for the work.
The Kailua Neighborhood Board passed a motion recently asking the city to revise its feral chicken removal program to focus on trapping roosters.