Former Hawaii First Lady Vicky Cayetano may run for governor next year.
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|Former Hawai‘i first lady Vicky Cayetano weighs bid for governor next year
If she runs, Cayetano, a commercial laundry services president, is poised to face off against established politicians such as Lt. Gov. Josh Green and former Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell.
Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now. Civil Beat.
Hawai‘i residents feel the sting of rising prices
Other states have tough police standards boards, but Hawai‘i still struggles
Governor warns visitors not to disturb Hawaiian monk seals
Lawmaker Bob Nakata dies at 80
Hawai‘i astronomers “frustrated” by wild speculation about ‘Oumuamua
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Best Practices for Community Engagement
Here’s advice from experts in conflict resolution and planning. It’s mainly geared toward project leaders and developers, but community members may find it useful… read more.
|Honolulu’s pedestrian plan will be finalized soon
The city is taking comments on its plan until Aug. 6. The plan aims to make walking safer by slowing driving speeds, adding sidewalks, and other measures. KITV4.
Navy request for 5-year permit to operate Red Hill fuel tanks raises red flags
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HDS Maintains Leadership Exists On All Levels of An Organization
HDS President and CEO Mark Yamakawa highlights that Hawaiʻi’s leaders are tasked with more than operation efficiency, but also need the skills to create a vision and a culture of development. Watch now!
|Brush fire burns in North Hawaiʻi
The fire lit up the sky late Tuesday night and into early Wednesday morning, and forced the closure of Kawaihae Road. Big Island Video News. Big Island Now.
A fire truck also went up in flames Wednesday at the Pōhakuloa Training Area. West Hawaii Today. Big Island Now.
Kona park to have invasion vegetation cleared
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Free UH Training Aimed to Fill Job Openings
UH, in collaboration with the City and County of Honolulu, used $3 million in CARES Act funding to support 76 types of free classes to retrain residents who lost their jobs. “When you look at job postings, we could see, for example, that employers were still searching for... read more.
|County Council to consider redrawing districts, other changes
Over the next six months, the Maui Charter Commission will vet dozens of proposals, including redrawing council districts and altering the way members are elected. Maui News.
Owners of long-term rentals may soon qualify for a $200,000 exemption
Council member defends resorts being exempted from Upcountry water restrictions
Lāna‘i may finally get affordable housing projects
|Wailua wastewater spill sparks health warning
Beachgoers were advised to stay out of the waters after a spill Tuesday at the Wailua Wastewater Treatment Plant. Garden Island.
Vehicle disposal fees to be waived until Aug. 2
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