On Monday, state legislators said they would use a variety of approaches to “plug” a projected $1B deficit in the state budget brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Thieves allegedly broke into a locked storage shed at Isaac Kepo‘okalani Hale Beach Park early Monday morning and stole Hawaii Fire Department equipment including a Polaris off-road vehicle used to launch the park’s rescue water craft, according to a release from Hawaii County.
The following recycling programs will reopen soon:
The state Department of Health reports that as of noon today two more COVID-19 cases, both on Oahu, bring the statewide number of cases to 634.
More than 80,000 people in the United States have died to due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new tax classification for properties assessed at more than $2 million will be the subject of a special County Council meeting this week — and for the first time since the COVID-19 restrictions began, the public will be able to testify in person.
The number of inmates at Hawaii Community Correctional Facility was 234 as of Thursday. That’s 165 fewer inmates than the March 2 population of 395.
Jail population plummets: HTH sought list of inmates released to due pandemic — but there isn’t one, officials say
The state Department of Public Safety and Hawaii Judiciary have been reducing the population in the state’s jails and prisons because of a Supreme Court order for them to do so in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prince Kuhio Plaza opened for the first time on Saturday since the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered stores.
It’s that time of year again at Kahaluu Bay.