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Teaching impacted by transition to distance learning

Honolulu's first responders grip the pandemic

By Liam Thropp

Distance learning has become the new normal across Hawaiʻi’s public schools because of the coronavirus pandemic....

Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s gradual reopening of Honolulu hopes to return the city to a fraction of its normal bustle. In his last local restriction change...

Business slow, but fishing still fine at Hale'iwa

Haleʻiwa is a split-personality of a community. Prior to the pandemic, this small town on the North Shore of Oʻahu bustled with visitors...

By Dave Reardon and Elizabeth Ufi

By Sean Ibara

Pali Lanes: Strike out or spared?

By Mathew Vasconcellos

Pali Lanes Bowling Alley has been a part of Kailua since 1961. It's a reminder of the old days before tourism. Birthday parties...

Survey: Hawaiʻi women say it's tough to give birth during a pandemic

By Cassie Ordonio

Caroline Robert, 29, a Chukese mother, recently gave birth to her first baby, Bojino. Though she’s grateful that her son is healthy and her partner...

Trump supporter: 

ʻBiden's not my choice, but he will still be my president.'

By David Reardon

Mark Frederick has lived in Hawaiʻi most of his 55...

Year in review: Hawaiʻi's tourism industry

By Liam Thropp

Hawaiʻi visitor rates have plummeted since last year. Data from the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority indicates that this has been a record-low year...

Lower campus parking lot under construction sits atop a coral bed

By Georgia Clair Johnson-King

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa lower campus parking lot sits atop Moʻiliʻili Quarry and has been closed since Oct. 5 for major repairs...

OHA encourages first-time native Hawaiian voters

By Aloha Lau

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) has been frantically pushing out media and resources to encourage their beneficiaries to vote...

Toys for Tots: This holiday season goes contactless

By Alyssa Rodello

The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa’s Department of Public Safety offers contactless pickup on campus during Toys for Tots drive...

Institute of Human Services aborts Kalihi location for homeless triage 

By Cassie Ordonio

After fierce pushback from the Kalihi neighborhood, IHS abandoned the location in September. This is the second time IHS was rejected...

Kaneʻohe residents feel the impact of COVID-19 restrictions

By Sean Ibara

Like others throughout O`ahu, residents of Kane`ohe have lost the freedom to partake in outdoor activities after the declaration of the latest...

Single-parenting during COVID-19 is a juggling act

By Kaliyah Natividad

O’ahu mother Nicole Wallace is grateful she can work from home while her daughter attends Kindergarten online. Being a mom, a teacher...

The Happy Bento sticks to its roots while adapting to COVID-19

By Dave Reardon and Elizabeth Ufi

Deanna Cornelius is one of those optimists who believes the world can emerge from the dark tunnel of COVID-19 the better for it.

Hoʻa Oʻahu

Igniting Our Voices

Honolulu, Hawaiʻi

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