Dozens of police officers and civilians were honored Wednesday for their bravery and commitment to keeping the community safe.
Officials stress that “the ultimate goal is to try and connect homeless individuals to shelter or housing, to try and be able to resolve lon…
According to the report, formerly homeless individuals showed increased general health and significant decreases in alcohol and drug use, ar…
The 7th annual Locations Foundation Clothing Drive brings the business community and local volunteers together to collect clothing and funds…
The minimum bid is $50 plus towing and storage.
Fire officials tell us a small shed went up in flames, and crews had to put out another fire on the other side of the building.
The vandalism occurred on Sunday, May 28.
Homeless at the Institute for Human Services were treated to not one, but two delicious meals Thursday.
Honolulu was the only county to see an increase at less than a half-percent.
Among the vehicles for sale: a 2016 Mazda sedan, a 2013 Toyota van, a couple of Land Rovers, Toyota pickup trucks, and some older model Merc…
With construction in the area still years away and far from a certainty, what is HART doing with the vacant land in the meantime?
It’s a massive spending list that decides where your tax dollars will go.
Priority will be given to families with children under 18 years of age and a household member who is employed.
The Thomas Square Conceptual Master Plan calls to “restore the square, honor the past, and enhance for modern use.”
Winston Hale consists of six micro-units, which are smaller than 300 square feet, and 29 existing units that were renovated via public-priva…
Whatever profit they make goes back to the mission, but the main reason why they do it is to train people to learn new job skills.
The non-profit says it’s willing to help and respond to the situation.
How do these companies plan to bring in business, and what’s going to happen to all those camping on the sidewalks?
Wednesday’s enforcement follows six months of outreach to homeless individuals living along the slopes of Diamond Head.
The majority of these cases involve homeless defendants who fail to appear in court.