The state says it’s working to resolve long-standing regulatory issues in light of the impending end of Hawaii’s last commercial sugarcane o…
The increases range from one to two percent in years two and three.
Hawaiian Electric will build, own and operate the 28-megawatt direct current solar facility at the base’s West Loch Annex.
Bill 27 waives all building permit, grading, and inspection fees, and wastewater facility charges, for a two-year period.
He was issued a pass to attend a meeting on Pensacola Street the morning of July 20th and did not meet the shuttle back to OCCC at night.
A Kahaluu man refuses to let his uncle’s memory fade without sharing his story.
The break was initially reported at around 6:30 a.m. Thursday near Citron Street, cutting water service to 13 customers.
The closure was first reported at 6:30 a.m. Thursday, between the six and seven mile markers.
With the city still working on the sink hole there’s still just one way in and one way out.
The deadline to submit online applications is July 28.
“We don’t deserve to be harassed or slandered because it’s not fair.”
Punahou graduate DeForest Buckner is getting a golden gateway into the National Football League.
It’s the same program Puerto Rico used to bail out its train when its cost doubled.
It was unclear why Trump’s campaign invited Cruz to speak — in a headlining role, no less — without getting him to agree to an endorsement.
Lawmakers were concerned that if they did not override it, the transfer would be in jeopardy, along with the health and safety of Maui resid…
A special election will be held in conjunction with the general election on Nov. 8.
Ocean safety officials report an influx of the stinging creatures, especially at Waimanalo Beach Park.
A garbage truck’s hydraulic line burst, creating a 1.5-mile oil slick along the right north-bound lane.
The carnival takes place July 29-31 at 2705 Kaimuki Avenue.
The source of the outbreak was scallops from the Philippines served at Genki Sushi restaurants.