“81 years after Pearl Harbor attack, thousands remember the everlasting legacy.”
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|81 years after Pearl Harbor attack, thousands remember the ‘everlasting legacy’
Thousands gathered Wednesday to mark another year since the Dec. 7 attack on Pearl Harbor and honor all those who sacrificed their lives. At the same time, many celebrated the future that came after — when once bitter enemies became loyal friends and allies. Hawaii News Now. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii Public Radio. Tribune-Herald. Maui Now.
Defense bill seeks to protect, restore threatened reefs
Closures of Red Hill, shark fin ban and volcano monitoring included in defense bill
Hawai‘i Tourism Authority weighs marketing contract options
Amid spike in respiratory illnesses, some Hawai‘i shelves run low on cold medicines
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New Episode: Paddy Kauhane Aims to Help Hawai‘i’s Youth Reach Their Full Potential
Paddy Kauhane has spent 35 years working at nonprofits. Under her leadership, the Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii launched a new cohort-based mentoring program focused on on-time graduation from high school and career exploration.
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|Honolulu building permit delays might lead to refund
Honolulu residents whose building permit applications are not approved within a year would receive a 75% refund under a bill that passed first reading Wednesday during the last City Council meeting of the year. Star-Advertiser.
Police Commission moves to speed up hiring process next time new chief needed
Honolulu’s Mid-Pacific virtual academy plans $750K expansion
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HDS Celebrates a Year of Accomplishments to Wrap Up its 60th Anniversary
Hawaii Dental Service (HDS) commemorates 60 years of healthy smiles and local roots by continuing efforts to improve oral health across the state. In partnership with Hawaii Keiki: Healthy and Ready to Learn Program, HDS distributed more than 12,000 HDS SMILEkits to children at more than 200 schools… read more.
|Mayor Mitch Roth asks for respect from visitors of Maunaloa
The Maunaloa eruption has made Hawaiʻi a global celebrity once again, but Hawaiʻi Island Mayor Mitch Roth says some people are being disrespectful of the lava flow. Hawaii Public Radio. Tribune-Herald. Big Island Video News.
Short-term rentals in agriculture districts again an issue
‘A huge mess’: Hawai‘i County cracks down on Hu Honua permit violations
Kahele wants federal probe of lobbying efforts for DHHL lease extension
Former Hilo jail guard sentenced to 8 years for assaulting inmate
Hawai‘i’s National Philanthropy Day
Annually, the AFP Aloha Chapter celebrates the community’s inspiring and committed fundraisers on the frontlines, along with leaders in philanthropy who give not only their funding, but their time and talent as well, to make Hawai‘i thrive. This year, the Chapter is delighted to welcome these outstanding awardees to a distinguished group... read more.
|Maui County Youth Council to transmit 2022 final Youth Legislative Package
Resolutions adopted by a majority vote of the Maui County Youth Council of 2022 at its final meeting held earlier this month, will be compiled into the “Youth Legislative Package of 2022.” This will be transmitted via county communication to the Maui County Council at its Dec. 16 meeting. Maui Now.
MVCB partners with Raw Elements to provide mineral sunscreen dispensers in Maui County
|Kaua‘i lawmakers on anti-corruption proposals: Transparency and term limits
The Commission to Improve Standards of Conduct, headed by retired Judge Dan Foley, released more than 30 proposals last week intended to increase transparency, strengthen investigation of fraud, improve ethical awareness and oversight and reduce the power of money in politics. Garden Island.
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