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Retirement plans for an airline pilot changed from relaxing and playing golf to manufacturing masks in Kona to help fight the pandemic.
Two coronavirus-related deaths and 12 new COVID-19 cases were reported Saturday on Hawaii Island, according to county and state officials.
HONOLULU — Public schools in Hawaii reported 10 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus among staff and students during the week that ended Friday.
HONOLULU — Hawaii allotted $100 million in federal coronavirus relief funds to help families struggling with their rent and mortgage payments, but so far only 2% of the money has been distributed, the state Housing Finance and Development Corporation said.
Drive-through service for seniors: Flu shots, health screenings, medical info available at county health fair
The 20th annual Akamai Living Health Fair thrived as a drive-through event for seniors in East Hawaii on Friday morning.
Kim makes interisland pitch: Travelers exempt from quarantine after post-arrival negative test for virus
County civil attorneys were ironing out details of a plan to be submitted to Gov. David Ige to allow interisland travelers to come to the Big Island without a 14-day quarantine as of late Friday afternoon, Mayor Harry Kim said.
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s Board of Education has approved phasing out distance learning curriculum that parents and teachers complained contained racist and sexist content and will send parents a letter acknowledging the Acellus program was selected hastily during the pandemic without proper vetting.
HONOLULU — Angela Margos was among the first passengers in San Francisco to get on a plane headed for Hawaii, where tourists beginning Thursday are no longer be required to self-quarantine upon arrival.
HONOLULU — Prices have risen for most goods and services on Oahu since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, a new federal report said.
HONOLULU — Hundreds of Hawaii airport concession, bar and restaurant workers are expected to be permanently laid off this week, according to a local union.
Mayor Harry Kim prefers not to open up the island at all today to trans-Pacific travelers without quarantine, but since he has no choice, he implemented the two-test procedure to reduce the coronavirus infection risk to residents and visitors.