Lt. Governor Josh Green is the target of a hate campaign.
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|Lt. Gov. Josh Green is the target of a hate campaign
Protesters opposed to mask and vaccine mandates have been demonstrating outside of Green’s Honolulu condominium. Green’s staff say they have also found flyers similar to those from Aloha Freedom Coalition protesters, but with anti-Semitic messages. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now.
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Health officials look to field hospitals as potential relief
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|Honolulu Fire Commission is still stalled on hiring a new chief
Two finalists were scheduled to address the panel, but instead commissioners went into executive session. The chair said there was “no update” on the new chief and that commissioners will meet again Sept. 22. Civil Beat. KITV4.
$270M Honolulu airport concourse set to open
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Punahou settles lawsuits alleging sex abuse by former coach
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|Parents sue Hawai‘i County after police kill their son in shooting
The parents of a 31-year-old man, shot multiple times inside a vacant Hilo house, are suing the county for wrongful death. They say the officers failed to announce their presence. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Tribune-Herald. Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
Vaccine deadline is near for Hilo Medical Center employees
Hilo Medical Center reports a record number of COVID-19 patients
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“Solopreneurs” Hit Hard But Bouncing Back
For many months, the pandemic closed the craft fairs that sustain a lot of small local businesses. But entrepreneurs at those businesses innovated, increased online sales, and are now feeling more confident as fairs reopen, customers return and sales rebound... read more.
|Maui’s top medical advisor should be fired, says state Sen. Rosalyn Baker
Dr. Lorrin Pang is under fire after reports that he was recommending the livestock drug ivermectin and the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine to prevent and treat Covid-19 as an alternative to vaccines. Now, the state senator from Maui says she will call for Pang to resign or be fired. Civil Beat.
Mayor condemns use of off-label drugs to treat COVID-19
Forecast models predict COVID-19 surge will hit Maui County next
|County to draw $475K for rare special election
The county is moving to allocate the funds for a special election prompted by the retirement of Prosecuting Attorney Justin Kollar. Garden Island.
Council members meet with residents protesting vaccine mandates
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