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The state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism is projecting domestic visitor arrivals will recover to pre-pandemic levels by the end of the year.
The futures of the Hawaii Island Paddlesports Association and the Kona Sailing Club are suddenly in doubt.
The acting fire chief who was passed over for the permanent position is appealing the Fire Commission’s selection process.
A shortage of qualified administrators has hit home for the county Department of Water Supply, which on Tuesday was given permission to add a superintendent position to its operations division to help shoulder the load.
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HONOLULU — Hawaii’s Council on Revenues on Tuesday sharply increased its tax revenue forecast for the state to reflect rebounding spending by residents and a growing number of tourists visiting the islands more than a year after the coronavirus pandemic first hit the state.
HONOLULU — A former Honolulu police lieutenant must report to prison next week to serve a three-and-a-half year sentence in Hawaii’s biggest ever corruption case after a U.S. judge denied his request to remain free while he appeals his conviction.