The “trailblazing” principal of Waipahu High School will serve as interim schools superintendent.
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|Trailblazing principal Keith Hayashi is selected to lead Hawai‘i’s public schools
The highly regarded principal of Waipahu High School will take the reins as interim superintendent on Aug. 1. He will be responsible for steering the full reopening of schools, after a year and a half of distance and blended learning. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
A potential shakeup at OHA is clouding the agency’s budget
Russian spy ship is reported north of O‘ahu
Survey: More than 80% of firms struggle to find workers
Schatz reintroduces compassionate release legislation
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Monthly Index Tracks Robust Rebound in Sales at Hawai‘i Restaurants
Food Gurus Hawaii Restaurant Index is based on over 125,000 daily transactions at more than 130 restaurant units statewide. Sales in April increased a robust 9% over March, which itself had been stronger than previous months…. read more.
|New reports spotlight evidence being used in Keith Kaneshiro corruption probe
The newly released records reveal that Mitsunaga and Associates tried more than once to launch a criminal case against a fired employee. The case moved forward when it went to the office of the former city prosecutor, who had received campaign money from the firm. Hawaii News Now.
Lawmaker, watchdog call for investigation into HART’s handling of Hanabusa contract
Cleaning schedule urged for O‘ahu city parks
Centenarians would be exempt from city fees under proposed bill
Honolulu is revamping how it prosecutes domestic violence cases
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|More vehicle and licensing clerks to be hired
Relief is on its way for people trapped in long lines at the county offices of vehicle registration and licensing. Four new clerks will be added to the county roster — two in Kona and two in Hilo. West Hawaii Today.
HCCC inmates transferred to O‘ahu amid ongoing outbreak
Kona Inn Shopping Village, Kona Bay Hotel are up for sale
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3 Factors Shift Hawai‘i’s Real Estate into Overdrive
The pandemic has shifted Hawaiʻi’s already expensive house prices into overdrive. Five, ten or more buyers sometimes compete for the same homes, turning sales into bidding wars — with cash buyers holding the edge... read more.
|Gov. David Ige appoints Lynn DeCoite to fill vacant Maui senate seat
She assumed the seat on Thursday, more than a month after it was vacated when J. Kalani English retired due to lingering effects from COVID-19. Civil Beat. Hawaii Public Radio. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
Slower speed limit on South Maui highway triggers frustration
Hawaiian Cement permit for quarry operations is approved
|Council supports KPD scanner encryption
The Kaua‘i County Council voiced support for the police department’s continued efforts to encrypt dispatch communications. Garden Island.
Kealia roundabout progress continues
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