Parents scramble to find child care as military facilities remain closed due to main break.
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Parents scramble to find child care as military facilities remain closed due to main breaks
At least 11 child development centers on O‘ahu were closed again Tuesday as crews work to make repairs to the Navy’s water line. The closure of child care facilities is impacting about 3,000 families. Officials said there is no timeline for when repairs will be completed.
Report: Hawaiʻi has highest hotel revenue per business in the US
New data reveals that Hawaiʻi has the highest-earning hotel businesses, according to the Hotel Tech Report, a global research platform for hotel technology. HotelTechReport analyzed industry data for each U.S. state, finding that Hawaiʻi hotel businesses make the most revenue overall, with each business raking in $25.8 million on average per year.
‘It smells like death’: Residents balk over mysterious stench in Kailua
Residents are complaining about a foul odor coming from an area in the canal near Aoloa Street and Hamakua Drive. Neighbors said they saw a foamy substance on the water and even fish gasping for air.
UH conference will spotlight water resilience, challenges in Hawaiʻi
UH will host a one-day conference next week focused on water-related challenges. The Water Resilience Hawaiʻi conference aims to discuss and address challenges to Hawaiʻi’s water quality for future generations. The conference will also spotlight how Native Hawaiian water management systems can help guide today’s restoration practices.
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Charitable Remainder Trusts Offer Some Surprising Benefits
You’ve worked hard and created a modest, but comfortable living. You have always supported charitable causes closest to your heart. You want to leave something important behind in this world, but where do you start? Learn more.
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Girl Scouts of Hawai‘i receives $800,000 donation from philanthropist Mackenzie Scott
This gift to GSH will power leadership opportunities for girls through the advancement its mission, support various initiatives including its newly-opened STEM Center for Excellence at Paumalū, and help expand innovative programs such as the After School Leadership Program for girls in under-resourced areas of our community
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