The festivities include a VIP Back to School Sock Hop and a concert featuring Kalapana, Emi Hart and Tropic 50.
The troop is turning this into a learning experience after a customer used two fake $20 bills to buy cookies Saturday morning.
According to a 2016 Dept. of Health study, almost one out of four third graders had untreated tooth decay.
Faileaso Jennings was arrested for forgery in the second degree and unauthorized possession of confidential personal information.
Solomon Enos’ mural will reflect the history of Thomas Square and will be on display until the project is finished in July 2018.
Surf was 12-16 foot faces.
The County’s parks and recreation department said staff worked steadily to repair the issues and ensure water quality at the site met state …
The state Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation is requesting that Henry “Skosh” Pomroy be fined the maximum $10,000.
One state agency says it might face fierce opposition from drivers.
Honolulu police say officers were sent to the area to search for a suspect involved in a felony investigation.
It’s hard to believe just over a month ago, Poukihi Awai was in the hospital fighting for his life.
Police say two people broke open a gate securing the kennel area and removed a one-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier named Cholo.
While there hasn’t been a storm like Darby since, there were no problems from the downpours earlier this month.
Unauthorized charges should be reported promptly to the card issuer.
Councilman Trevor Ozawa says the goal is to get more people to visit the zoo.
A volunteer with 808 Cleanups was responding to a report of a ghost net that had washed ashore when she spotted the boat Tuesday morning.
The Hawaiian Humane Society says it’s gathered enough evidence to cite David “Lanny” Moore as well as his mother, June.
Rayla Okasaki, a fifth-grade student at Trinity Christian School in Kailua, submitted an inventive solution to the problem of traffic.
“The Machine Inside: Biomechanics” explores the marvels of natural engineering.
The lanes will close from 9 p.m. Friday continuously through 5 p.m. Sunday.