VFW celebrates Valentine’s Day with residents of the Yukio Okutsu State Veterans Home in Hilo.
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Deb Lewis, state senior vice commander of the Hawaii Veterans of Foreign Wars, and John Hiduchick with VFW 3830, presented Valentine’s Day cards to residents to Yukio Okutsu State Veterans Home on Friday afternoon.
HONOLULU — Before the pandemic, a Hawaii state senator drafted legislation to compel the University of Hawaii’s board to livestream its meetings so faculty and students on different islands could watch. University officials asked for two years to implement the idea.
Gary Williams had it planned.
The prolonged coronavirus pandemic has state lawmakers rethinking emergency powers it granted the governor in a revamp of state law not that long ago.
As state Department of Education employees begin receiving COVID-19 vaccines, the University of Hawaii also is working to inoculate workers.
A bill aimed at banning the retail sale of combustion-engine-powered mopeds has effectively died in the Hawaii State Legislature.
A bill that aims to address tour helicopter noise and safety was deferred Thursday by the state Senate Transportation Committee.
HONOLULU — A Hawaii oil refinery has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $219,638 for chemical safety and hazardous waste violations, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said.
Highway bills pass senate committee: $30 million proposed to widen Queen Kaahumanu, Kuakini Highways
A proposal to widen two stretches of highway in West Hawaii has moved forward Thursday in the state Legislature.
A 24-year-old Hilo woman was arrested and charged for the violent Dec. 27 carjacking in Puna of a woman visitor from Alaska.
A bill that would have all-but-exempted county councils from the state’s open meetings law, also known as the “Sunshine Law,” is essentially dead for this legislative session.