Monday’s Need to Know

Repairs continue on the townbound side of Likelike Highway at the Wilson Tunnel. Just one lane will be open Monday morning.

Hawaii Island firefighters will resume their search for a missing fisherman Monday morning. He was swept off the rocks at Hawaiian Paradise Park Saturday afternoon

The popular Makapuu Lighthouse Trail is closed Monday through Friday as crews finish renovations.

Crews will begin work Monday on an Aina Haina hillside, adding a liner above Leighton Street to prevent future rock slides.

A reminder for drivers in Mililani: the complete shutdown of Kamehameha Highway will continue nightly from 8:30 p.m. to 4-30 a.m. Crews are working on drainage, guard rails and lane striping. Work begins Monday night through Friday morning.

‘Bee’ aware of the bees in the Kailua area. El Nino is to blame for an increase in bees at Kalama Beach Park. There’s the Honey Bee Hotline– a service that helps people who have problems with bees.

An update on that uncut grass in Waikiki along the Ala Wai Canal. City workers cut the grass and made it to the canal, close to three weeks faster than originally planned.

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