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Setbacks for ramp, seawall

By MICHAEL BRESTOVANSKY Hawaii Tribune-Herald Shifting funding priorities and the harrows of nature have pushed repairs for the Laupahoehoe Boat Ramp and seawall further into the future. In the fall of 2022, Hawaii County officials said the restoration of the ramp -which was closed in 2009 after years of degradation – was a priority for the county administration. Parks and Recreation Director Maurice Messina said at the time $5 million in capital improvement funding had been lined up…Read more

Debt limit deal now heads to the Senate

Biden-McCarthy agreement sails though House on bipartisan vote By LISA MASCARO, KEVIN FREKING, STEPHEN GROVES and FARNOUSH AMIRI Associated Press WASHINGTON – Veering away from a default crisis, the House overwhelmingly approved a debt ceiling and budget cuts package, sending the deal that President Joe Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy negotiated to the Senate for swift passage in a matter of days, before a fast-approaching deadline. The hard-fought compromise pleased few, but lawmakers…Read more

Suspect in custodial interference set to receive mental exam

By JOHN BURNETT Hawaii Tribune-Herald A 34-year-old Pahoa woman allegedly involved in a brief armed standoff with police last week in a custodial interference case will receive a court-orderedmental examination. A panel of three mental health professionals will evaluate Calla R.G.M. Weddington to determine her fitness tostand trial. The examination, according to court records, won’t include the issue of penal responsibility, which is whether Weddington understood the wrongful and unlawful…Read more

Suspect in custodial interference set to receive mental exam

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