Mayor Mitch Roth loosened COVID-19 restrictions for Hawaiʻi County on Friday. Gathering sizes for outdoor events have grown, while the indoor gathering size remains the same.
The Hawaiʻi Department of Public Safety says certain inmates will get $50 to get vaccinated against COVID-19. More than 2,500 inmates in Hawaiʻi and at an Arizona facility that houses inmates from the state qualify.
A developer aims to bring a fourth hotel to Kapolei amid demand from local residents and business travelers for less expensive hotel rooms outside of resort districts like Waikiki.
The chair of Hawaiʻi’s Republican Party is resigning from her role. The party’s first vice chair Lynn Finnegan will assume the role of interim chair.
While it’s only mid-October, Hawaiʻi retailers are now preparing for the second holiday shopping season under the pandemic — and various COVID policies. Their top concerns include finding enough help and having enough in stock. Pacific Business News editor in chief A. Kam Napier has more.
Is China really preparing to attack Taiwan? East-West Center Senior Fellow Denny Roy focuses on Asia Pacific security issues and thinks the answer is no. The Conversation talked with him about what could be behind the recent events.
The COVID-19 pandemic altered many aspects of our lives. How has the pandemic affected pregnancy, labor and delivery? One local woman says the most difficult part was the uncertainty.
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