The entrance near the Kapule Building at the Lihu‘e Civic Center on Kuhio Highway will inaccessible to traffic on Wednesday, Aug. 5, from 7 a.m. to noon, for building repairs.
With the 2020 primary election less than a week away, the Office of the County Clerk Elections Division reminds voters to mail or drop off ballots as soon as possible, or vote in-person at the Voter Service Center located in the first-floor conference room of the Lihu‘e Civic Center Pi‘ikoi Building.
When the anticipated crowd of more than 300 people seeking free food and respite from the COVID-19 and other economic and social hardships collected at the Kekaha Neighborhood Center Saturday, Child & Family Service through its Nana’s House in Waimea was one of the coordinators, serving as the registration point for those recipients.
This Island History was written to honor John Levinthol III and the other 12 servicemen from Kaua‘i who died in Vietnam.
SAN FRANCISCO — Since the coronavirus pandemic began keeping visitors at home, the jaguars and chimpanzees at the Oakland Zoo have enjoyed the quiet, venturing out to areas of their exhibits they usually avoid.
BERLIN — Thousands protested Germany’s coronavirus restrictions Saturday in a Berlin demonstration marking what organizers called “the end of the pandemic” — a declaration that comes just as authorities are voicing increasing concerns about an uptick in new infections.
ROME — About 250 Tunisian migrants in several small boats have reached a tiny Italian island that has run out of room to quarantine them as required by Italy’s anti-coronavirus measures, local officials said Saturday.
The coronavirus forced baseball’s 17th postponement in 10 days on Saturday, prompting at least two more players to opt out and casting doubt the league can complete a truncated 2020 season.
WASHINGTON — Lawmakers participating in rare weekend talks on a huge coronavirus relief measure reported progress on Saturday, as political pressure mounts to restore a newly expired $600-per-week supplemental unemployment benefit and send funding to help schools reopen.
SAN FRANCISCO — Almost two years since a wildfire swept through his mountain town and virtually wiped it out, Steve “Woody” Culleton got to put the final touches on his new home.