Lawsuit claims Tower Development executives violated noncompete agreement.
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The Edmund C. Olson Trust has filed a lawsuit against two corporate officers of Tower Development Inc. for pursuing redevelopment projects on Banyan Drive.
A lawsuit demanding that two proposed redevelopment projects on Banyan Drive be halted could disrupt a Friday meeting of the Board of Land and Natural Resources.
By STEPHANIE SALMONS
Deputy Public Defender Jon Ikenaga told the state Supreme Court on Wednesday the current COVID-19 situation in Hawaii’s jails and prisons is “significantly more dire” than in August 2020 when the court issued an order to decrease populations in correctional facilities in an attempt to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Hawaii Police Department Sgt. Thomas Chung-Ming has been honored for actions that, according to a police statement, “very likely saved the life of a woman who was in imminent danger.”
To bring Hawaii to a brighter, more sustainable future, residents have a chance to swap out their current light bulbs for energy-efficient bulbs.
The state Department of Health is one of 30 states to receive a $2.2 million federal Pediatric Mental Health Care Access grant, providing the state $445,000 a year for the next five years to address pediatric mental health care for children and youth ages 3 to 21 years.
The state Department of Health today reported 330 new confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases in Hawaii, including 38 new infections on the Big Island.
By NANCY COOK LAUER
HONOLULU — Hawaii officials are facing pressure to increase COVID-19 testing for travelers as the islands deal with a record surge of new infections, hospitalization and deaths. The calls come as federal guidelines change to require negative virus tests from both vaccinated and unvaccinated people coming to the U.S.
Hawaii County should impose new fees for Big island residents to dispose of waste in the future, suggested a county official Tuesday.
Last week, all Hawaii public libraries and offices began implementing requirements listed in Gov. David Ige’s latest executive order.
Flowers decorated a corner of Kinoole Street on Saturday in honor of the Alzheimer’s Association’s 2021 Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Hawaii Island, which was celebrated virtually this year.
A Kailua-Kona couple is accused of illegally restraining a minor last month.
HONOLULU — A man who helped organize a Hawaii group that opposes COVID-19 vaccines and mandates says he contracted the disease and now has regrets.
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