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|Hawai‘i Health Department authorizes 2nd Covid booster for some
Effective immediately, people who are over the age of 50 and received their first booster shot at least four months ago may receive a second booster shot of a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat.
Vietnam veterans commemorated at Punchbowl
Ige’s new attorney general faces Senate questions over employee complaints
New Hawai‘i law clarifies procedures for filing criminal complaints
Bill to limit public access to government records is dying in the Senate
Smith & Wesson sues Hawai‘i over the high cost of public records
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Hawaiʻi’s Best Places to Work 2022
There’s no magic formula: Creating an excellent workplace takes years of energy, effort and conscious planning. The medium companies that made the Best Places to Work list qualify if they have 50 – 249 Hawaiʻi Employees… read more.
|Honolulu Prosecutors office pushes for more funding
Honolulu Prosecutor Steve Alm wants to hire about 15 more attorneys to help with the caseload. Currently, Alm says there are 89 deputy prosecutors on staff, but keeping them on the job is proving to be a challenge. KHON2.
Resolution calls for completing long-delayed land deal
Menor to run for Honolulu City Council, not lieutenant governor
BWS chief engineer worries Red Hill fuel contamination could be spreading
Feds checking new rail plan for potential problems
‘Complete Streets’ beacon aims to improve safety on Kailua Road
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Maryknoll Expands Program to Include Pre-Kindergarten for the 2022-2023 School Year – Still Accepting Applications for all Grade Levels
As Hawaii’s largest coed Pre-K through 12th grade Catholic private school, each student receives personalized instruction and guidance to develop the knowledge, skills, and character to thrive in a global society… read more.
|Hilo anesthesiologist Rudolph Puana pleads guilty to one charge before drug trial
The brother of former Honolulu prosecutor Katherine Kealoha pleaded guilty to one charge in an indictment alleging the doctor prescribed drugs to friends so they could sell them for cash. Puana’s drug-dealing trial on 53 other counts began Tuesday with jury selection. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Hawaii News Now.
Groundbreaking for new HVO facility within the UH Hilo campus could happen next year
TRO filed against ‘The Flash’ actor Ezra Miller a day after arrest at Hilo bar
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2 Local Compensation Surveys Could Help Guide Your Business
Two surveys of Hawaii Employers Council members offers insights into best staffing practices for 2022 and how to navigate the ongoing challenges of recruiting and retaining... read more.
|Hundreds on Maui assisted during Mexican Consulate visit
The Mexican Consulate handled about 480 appointments on March 26 and 27, helping individuals and families with their passports and other documentation. This was the first visit by the Consulate in two years due to the pandemic with brisk demand for appointments. Maui Now.
Kīhei roundabout causing headaches and concerns
Kū‘au landowner fined $60K over shoreline violations
Lahainaluna boys’ dorm to reopen Sunday
|County seeking funds for Po‘ipū infrastructure projects
The county is taking another crack at a federal grant which would provide $26 million in funding for road projects in Po‘ipū. Garden Island.
DeCosta’s agriculture bills get pushback from local lawyer
Witnesses say fatal Kaua‘i flight was flying near mountain
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