HONOLULU — The head of a hospital group warned the growing number of coronavirus cases in Hawaii is on track to outstrip the state’s capacity to provide medical services to fight the illness.
KAILUA-KONA — Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the state of Hawaii over management of land around the Mauna Kea Access Road are seeking a partial summary judgment in the case.
LIHU‘E — Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument celebrated 10 years as a World Heritage Site at the end of July in the midst of ongoing attempts to to open the Pacific Remote Islands and Papahanaumokuakea marine national monuments to commercial fishing.
HONOLULU — Hawaii continued to experience a sharp spike in the number of COVID-19 cases on Monday, prompting Gov. David Ige to warn that the state may have to once again delay the start of a pre-travel testing program for travelers if the trend doesn’t change.
HONOLULU — As school administrators across the country grapple with ways to restart classes during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many private schools in Hawaii expect to begin the new year with in-person instruction.
HILO — Residents of a Hawaii island area who lost access to their properties in the Kilauea volcanic eruption say the county needs to expand a road restoration plan.
LIHU‘E — Kaua‘i Humane Society (KHS) is currently operating on a short-term contract with the County of Kaua‘i that is extending the Fiscal Year 2020 services through August, and is providing more time for the two entities to negotiate their contract for the FY 2021.
HONOLULU — The highest, single-day record of new positive COVID-19 cases is being reported by the Dept. of Health today, at 207. Approximately 114 of these cases are the result of delayed reporting over the weekend, a result of private clinical laboratory reporting issues.
Shutdown to allow contractors to tie in a new 8-inch water line into the system
LIHU‘E — It’s been a month since Paul Zina started his official duties as the new Kaua‘i Complex Area Superintendent, and he has already given back to the community through various events and faced COVID-19 issues head-on when it came to reopening public schools on Kaua‘i.
HONOLULU — Hawaii reported a record 207 cases of COVID-19 on Monday, though state officials said more than half were the result of delayed reporting over the weekend.