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After 80 years, project underway to identify POWs killed in ‘hellship’ attack
At the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl, the Defense Department is disinterring more than 400 sets of remains of American service members who died during WWII.  Hawaii News Now.

Officials and veterans gather at Punchbowl
The Memorial Day service took place amid a tide of simmering geopolitical tensions around the world, something speakers at the ceremony weren’t shy to acknowledge. Star-Advertiser.

Governor aids woman with seizure during Memorial Day ceremony
It’s the second time this month the governor has stepped in to help someone. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat.

Photo: Aaron Yoshino
The 127-Year-Old Palama Settlement Evolves in the Digital Age
The nonprofit has added classes in graphic design, filmmaking, animation, coding and Lego robotics. “It gives students in this community an opportunity to learn something they would not have otherwise learned in school,”… read more.
Lantern floating ceremony draws 45,000
After three years off due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Shinnyo lantern floating ceremony came back strong Monday, setting the waters off Ala Moana Regional Park alight with thousands of flickering memorials. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now.  KHON2.  KITV4.

Residents ask congressional delegation to ‘step up’ amid shooting range dispute
A vocal group of ‘Ewa Beach residents is vowing to take their fight to relocate a military shooting range to federal lawmakers. Hawaii News Now.

Mākaha crash trial for HPD officers is delayed
Four HPD officers charged in connection with an alleged September 2021 car chase, crash and cover-up had their trial put off against the objection of city prosecutors until Aug. 21, according to state court records. Star-Advertiser.

The North Shore hasn’t had a public pool for decades. It may finally be getting one
Half of Hawai‘i’s kids can’t swim, and pools are less likely to be located near lower income communities. Civil Beat.

Ban on outside work for City Council proposed
Two Honolulu City Council leaders have put forward two pieces of legislation that, if approved, would both strictly prohibit any outside employment or financial gain beyond an elective Council seat. Star-Advertiser.

Public comment sought on surfboard storage for Kūhiō Beach Park
The city is seeking public input to determine the next location for a Waikīkī public surfboard storage site, which has been closed since the fall of 2021 when a two-alarm fire wiped out a Kūhiō Beach Park location for the second time in less than two years. Star-Advertiser.

Photo: courtesy of Aloha Air Cargo

Happy Anniversary – Here’s Our Gift to You

Aloha Air Cargo is celebrating 15 years of timely and dependent air cargo service into and throughout the Hawaiian Islands… read more.

Kierkiewicz named President, CEO of Nā Leo ‘O Hawai‘i
Ashley Kierkiewicz, a Hawaiʻi County Councilmember, will start effective June 19,  while continuing to serve on the County Council, where she represents the Puna district. Big Island Video News.

Puna is the fastest growing place in Hawai‘i. But it comes with a catch
Plagued by poverty, poor infrastructure, volcanic eruptions and crime, the windward region still attracts a broad spectrum of people looking for their own slice of paradise. Civil Beat.

Man charged after dog attack on Big Isle injures 2
A 32-year-old woman suffered fractures and multiple puncture wounds to both arms Saturday when a dog attacked her in Pahoa, the Hawai‘i Police Department said. Star-Advertiser. Tribune-Herald.  Big Island Video News. Big Island Now. Hawaii News Now.  KHON2.

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On Maui, a pledge never to forget those lost in the ‘Forgotten War’ 
Keynote speaker Brigadier General Walter R. Ross Jr. and Maui County Mayor Richard Bissen reiterated that Memorial Day is far more than just a holiday.  Hawaii News Now.

3 East Maui meetings to discuss Alelele Point road closure; slope stabilization to start soon
The County of Maui will hold three community meetings for residents and businesses impacted by the emergency road closure at the Alelele Point area in East Maui.  Maui Now. KHON2.

This Kaua‘i neighborhood is a celebrated cell phone dead zone. AT&T wants to change that
Residents of Kaua‘i’s north shore are overwhelmingly opposed to a plan to build a cell tower on a residential lot in Haena. Civil Beat.

Kaua‘i jobless rate drops to 2.6 percent in April
The unemployment rate in the County of Kaua‘i dropped to its lowest level since the pre-pandemic era, as multiple sectors of the economy added jobs last month ahead of the summer season. Garden Island.

Kauaʻi health office conducting survey about emergency preparedness, pandemic impacts
The Kaua‘i District Health Office will conduct a Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response survey known as CASPER to assess the emergency preparedness level and current wellbeing of Kauaʻi households. Kauai Now.

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