LIHU‘E — The Hawai‘i Tourism Authority presented its winter tourism update last week with optimistic predictions that 2022 international travel will improve significantly from last year.
Waimea High School’s Kylen Takakusagi was awarded top honors for his electronic braking system project at the island-wide science fair held at the Kaua‘i Veteran Center in Lihu‘e on Saturday.
A Kaua‘i High School senior is educating the island’s youth about the dangers of fentanyl with the help of the nonprofit Keala Foundation.
LIHU‘E- The Hawai‘i State Department of Health Kaua‘i District Health Office announced 118 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, Feb. 4.
WAILUA — After Monday’s sunset, a symphony of insects combined with the swooshing of rubber soles dancing across the matted grass resonated across Wailua’s Hawai‘i Agricultural Experiment Station.
Greater Good Charities’ Good Fix Program is back on Kaua‘i providing spay and neuter cat clinics in locations northeast and southwest.
Nonprofit Dev-Island was designed to help Kaua‘i workers gain the skills necessary to secure local and remote-technology jobs and enable them to stay on the island and use skills to document local histories.
LIHU‘E — Kupuna disaster kits, wheelchair-accessible equine-assisted activities and a coding bootcamp are all part of a diverse array of projects under consideration for innovation grants of up to $50,000 from the county Office of Economic Development.
LIHU’E — Tuesday, Wilcox Elementary School transitioned to a distance-learning model that will last through and including Thursday.
HANALEI — A line of people spiraled around the Hanalei Neighborhood Center Tuesday morning as community members waited to pick up free at-home COVID-19 tests.
KILAUEA — Thursday, the Hawai‘i State Department of Health Kaua‘i District Health Office announced 342 new cases of COVID-19, which brought the number of active, recorded cases to 1,089, with six hospitalized.