Lifeguards will check several beaches in the Hilo area Monday morning to see if it’s safe to reopen them. Rough waves and strong currents are still creating dangerous conditions across the state.
Also on Hawaii Island, crews will begin restoring Cemetery Road in Pahoa Monday. Part of it needs repaving after lava overran it last fall.
On Oahu, there will be lane closes in both directions on Kamehameha Highway in the Mililani area Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Crews are still not finished with renovations on the Makapuu Lighthouse Trail. It will remain closed on weekdays through October 13th.
Heads up for drivers. The two right lanes will be closed for deck-widening on the H-1 freeway westbound between the Pearl City/Waimalu off-ramp and the H-1/H-2 split. Closures run from 9-30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m Monday through Friday.
Police and HFD need your help finding a missing teenager. Sixteen-year old Noah Montemayor was last seen at his Hawaii Kai home on Tuesday. If you see him, call Crime Stoppers at (808) 955-8300.
A reminder: The state is closing the Lanikai Pillbox Trail to keep dangerous boulders from crashing down on homes in Lanikai. As a precaution, some residents in the area will also have to leave their homes Tuesday for few hours.
More students will soon be able to attend Saint Louis School starting in 2016. The school will expand its grade levels to include kindergarten through the fifth grade. Openings for the new grade levels will be limited, so parents might want to contact the school as soon as possible.