COVID-19 vaccines for Hawai’i keiki under 5 roll out this week.
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|Covid-19 vaccines for Hawai‘i keiki under 5 roll out this week
The Department of Health is expecting a delivery of 27,500 doses of the keiki vaccines — both Pfizer and Moderna — in the coming week, which will be distributed to hospitals, pediatricians’ offices and clinics on all islands. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now.
Expert says large amounts of Covid community spread likely until mid-July
Public schools to provide free feminine products
Attorney, former news reporter Bruce Voss appointed head of Board of Education
State early learning office’s new director enters role during critical time
Seaglider company conducts feasibility study
State bankruptcies fall despite higher rates, inflation
What’s next for Hawaiian Airlines: Restoring flights and adding new ones
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Meli James Fuels Hawai‘i’s Entrepreneur Ecosystem By Turning Local Businesses into Global Companies, S1E4
As the co-founder of Mana Up, a state-wide initiative to grow and support entrepreneurs based in Hawaiʻi, Meli James is creating an ecosystem that allows startups and small local businesses to scale and thrive. In this episode of The Hawaii Business Podcast, we talk with her about the art of persuasion in weaving shared goals, not being afraid to ask for help and finding a symbiotic business partner. Listen Now!
|Repairs before defueling Red Hill facility might cost $100 million
It could take more than two years and cost upward of $100 million in repairs before the Navy can begin safely draining its Red Hill fuel tanks, according to Hawai‘i U.S. Rep. Kai Kahele. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
For the first time, there are no girls incarcerated at Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility
Honolulu Police Chief Logan shares transparency goals, outlook
Date set for HPD chief Logan’s swearing in. KHON2.
Honolulu officials revoke building permits for controversial Sierra Drive multi-dwelling project
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|PONC purchases pledged: Council approves county purchase of Lyman’s and old growth ‘ōhi‘a forest
The council, in separate 9-0 votes, approved resolutions authorizing the administration to purchase a .78-acre Alii Drive parcel containing a historic home, and a 220-acre old-growth ‘ōhi‘a property in Waiohe, South Kona. West Hawaii Today.
Gov releases millions in CIP funding for Big Island projects
Land board to revisit Naniloa refinancing request
Waikoloa Village residents try out fire evacuation road
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Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders Pairs Mentors with Hawai‘i’s Youth
Unfold is designed to provide a bridge of support for high school seniors during the transition from graduation to whatever’s next, whether that be college, a job or a trade. Unfold began in 2019 as an in-person program but was held virtually over the last two years because of the pandemic... read more.
|Hawai‘i’s extreme drought is forcing ranchers and farmers to get creative
Farmers and ranchers are researching and experimenting with new and old ways to attract, harvest and conserve water for their crops and livestock, from planting water-attracting trees and foliage to trying to harvest moisture from fog. Civil Beat.
Kukuiula Bridge in East Maui reopened today, county says
MEO holds focus groups to find Maui County’s top community needs
|Judicial nominee fends off criminal complaint
The state Senate Judiciary Committee recommended confirming Gregory Meyers as a state district judge for Family Court on Kauai after an unusual public hearing Thursday at which a criminal complaint filed recently against Meyers drew major attention. Star-Advertiser.
Covid vaccines for children younger than 5 starts Saturday on Kauaʻi
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