HONOLULU — Hawaii will drop its testing and quarantine rules for fully vaccinated domestic travelers in two weeks.
HAGATNA, Guam — Guam could be lifting more travel restrictions as its vaccination rate approaches 75% of the adult population.
HONOLULU — The 31-year-old man officers on the Big Island shot and killed last week had no permanent Hawaii address and was originally from Michigan, police said.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Department of Taxation has been boosting its monitoring of peer-to-peer car rentals.
HANAPEPE — “Kleve Zarbaugh is getting hungry,” said Jaime Arreola, the vice president of the Kaua‘i Lifeguard Association, Wednesday during the Kaua‘i Junior Lifeguard program being held at the Salt Pond Beach Park. “This means lunchtime is getting close. We’re only here to support the lifeguards.”
WAIMEA — Nonprofits, including Kaua‘i Community Science Center in Waimea, joined the county’s “Rise to Work” program in April, which was relaunched by the county’s Office of Economic Development.
LIHU‘E — Stacie Chiba-Miguel of the Fishing for Charity for Father’s Day Fishing Tournament committee made a special trip to Nawiliwili Harbor, Saturday night ahead of the Sunday weigh-in at Vidinha Stadium parking lot.
LIHU‘E — More than a thousand keiki have passed through the doors of the Lihu‘e Hongwanji Preschool since the school opened in 1968 under the guidance of the Midori Kondo, whose husband was the resident minister of the Lihu‘e Hongwanji Mission and the head of the Japanese Language School.
HONOLULU — Kupu a Hawai‘i conservation and environmental education nonprofit, announced the priority deadline for applications to participate in its Conservation Leadership Development Program.
HONOLULU — An invasive species known as the yellow crazy ant has been eradicated from a remote U.S. atoll in the Pacific.
HONOLULU — Health care professionals who care for the medical needs of homeless in Honolulu’s Chinatown neighborhood will be expanding their efforts to other parts of Oahu with a new mobile clinic.
HONOLULU — The state Ethics Commission has fined the former principal of a Hawaiian-focused charter school $4,000 for improperly giving employees cash advances on their salaries.
WAILUKU — As some on Maui become overwhelmed by an influx of visitors, the first in a series of sustainable tourism town halls focused on lessons learned at another Pacific tourist hotspot.
LIHU‘E — Kumu’s Cupboard got back to the basics in preparation for back to school Tuesday when volunteers worked through the educator resource facility on its fourth work day since schools closed at the end of May.
HONOLULU — As the state Department of Labor & Industrial Relations Tuesday announced that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for May was 8.1% compared to 8.5% in April, Kaua‘i’s unemployment rate has continued to drop also, and was down to 11.3% in May of 2021.