The exercises will be held at Schofield Barracks on Oahu during the month of Februray.
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HONOLULU — The U.S. Army will conduct all mission-essential training exercises at Schofield Barracks throughout the month of February, military officials said.
Several bills introduced in the state Legislature would increase regulations on fireworks, but others would make them easier to use.
Two Hawaii County police officers were fired and seven others were suspended without pay last year, according to the department’s annual report to the state Legislature.
A day after stating the Hawaii Police Department would not submit until court-ordered the names of officers suspended or fired for misconduct, pursuant to a law that went into effect last fall, the county has changed its stance.
A proposed state tax on sugary beverages is unpopular among Hawaii restaurant owners.
To ensure the water at Hawaii public schools and child care facilities is safe to drink, the state departments of Education, Health, and Human Services will launch a joint project to test tap water at selected schools and child care facilities for the presence of lead.
One of the sponsors of a law that tacked an extra property tax on luxury homes now has a bill giving those property owners a choice of sending the money to the county or a charity.
The endangered Hawaiian yellow-faced bee is being threatened by invasive ants, researchers with the state Division of Forestry and Wildlife and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Pacific Islands Coastal Program have discovered.
Every year, the American Lung Association releases a report grading each state’s effort to reduce tobacco use.
HONOLULU — The Honolulu City Council has endorsed an affordable rental housing tower for older adults on city land in Chinatown.
Faced with sewer hookup fees higher than the value of the homes themselves, Naalehu property owners have cajoled, badgered and even filed a lawsuit to stop sewer projects in Naalehu and Pahala that are aimed at getting the county out from under a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency consent order.
After three decades serving the Big Island community specializing in orthodontics and pediatric dentistry, Dr. Ronald H. Hirata, D.M.D, M.S, says, “It’s time.”
Only five Hilo leases have been extended in exchange for renovating their properties under a 2018 program intended to revitalize Banyan Drive and the Kanoelehua Industrial Area.
Seven Hawaii National Guardsmen who recently deployed to Washington, D.C. to help ensure a peaceful transition of presidential power on Inauguration Day, Jan. 20, have tested positive for COVID-19.