HONOLULU — Hawaii’s largest milk processor is expected to continue operating after its pending purchase by a California real estate investment firm.
ANAHOLA — Are there any others? Michelle Bonilla wanted to know, as she accepted her bag of fresh produce from the gloved hands of farmer Watchara Meephol in the shadow of the Kalalea mountains in Anahola, where the Kalalea Anahola Farmers Hui debuted the Saturday version of its traditional Sunday market on March 22.
HONOLULU—Amidst sweeping layoffs as businesses struggle to adapt to a changing landscape in light of COVID-19, Securitas anticipates substantial growth in 2020. The security firm is adding new job positions for the state of Hawaii due to the impacts of COVID-19.
LIHU‘E — Restaurants are switching to take-out and delivery options as COVID-19 precautions pause dining in and other social activities or Kaua‘i residents, an action the Hawaii State Department of Health hasn’t developed specific protocols for, but condones.
LIHUE — Governor David Ige closed churches, clubs, theaters and bars statewide on Tuesday, limited restaurants to drive-through, take-out, pick-up or delivery only and limited social gatherings to 10 people or less to follow Centers for Disease Control guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19.