Review is published on rat lungworm cases
Shawzy Cann describes the agony of burrowing worms on the left side of her brain as the worst pain shes ever felt.
State agency to study transferring control of Kakaako to city
Gov. David Ige last week vetoed a controversial bill that would have altered future development and governance in Kakaako.
Kahoolawe watershed rehabilitation project is bearing fruit
The formerly bare, red-dirt slopes of Hakioawa watershed on the northern slopes of Kahoolawe island are now festooned with green through the labors of the Kahoolawe Island Reserve Commission and 199 volunteers from around the state.
Council’s office move to Alii Place hits a snag
The Honolulu City Councils plan to temporarily move into offices at the downtown Alii Place tower has hit a snag that likely will push the renovation of Council offices at Honolulu Hale into 2021.
Turtle Bay Resort offers community garden plots
Turtle Bay Resort plans to add gardening to activities it offers on the North Shore.
Low-income property tax credit applications available
Low-income homeowners on Oahu have until Sept. 30 to apply for a property tax credit available each year from the city.
Bankruptcy activity in Hawaii flat in June
Hawaii bankruptcies were virtually flat in June and reached the midway point of 2019 on track to rise for the second year in a row.
Maui firefighters remain alert for flare-ups
The Maui Fire Department says crews and tankers patrolled the perimeters of two wildfires, putting out flare-ups throughout the day.
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