The Marine Corps issues a “do not use” advisory for tap water at its Manana Housing Community in Pearl City.
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The Marine Corps has issued a “do not use” advisory for the tap water at its Manana Housing Community in Pearl City due to a low chlorine reading on a recent water sample and “visual indications of a potential bacterial issue.” Read more
Hawaii public school officials report 1,800+ teacher absences; Chaminade joins shift to virtual classes
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The emergency proclamation gives Gov. Ige the ability to spend appropriated state funds to protect the residents and visitors of Kauai. Read more
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A few dozen supporters cheered Arbery’s family as they exited onto the courthouse steps today. Read more
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