By Maureen OConnell firstname.lastname@example.org on May 21, 2017
By Maureen OConnell email@example.com Posted on May 21, 2017
Updated on May 21, 2017 at 1:18 am
Thirteen years from now, 1 in 4 Oahu residents will have celebrated their 60th birthday. And as a state, demographers say, Hawaii is aging more rapidly and living longer than any other state.
North Korea’s nuclear policy seems based on a simple, but fatally flawed, premise; namely that its quest to put a nuclear warhead on an intercontinental missile and launch it at the United States will somehow ensure the security of the nation and regime.
Nearly two decades have passed since 6-year-old Peter “Peter Boy” Kema was reported missing from his Hawaii island home. And at long last, some closure is near in the troubling case of child abuse and neglect.
By John Dean, Christine Camp and Ernest Nishizaki on April 16, 2017
By John Dean, Christine Camp and Ernest Nishizaki Posted on April 16, 2017
Updated on April 14, 2017 at 8:13 pm
What will our 100 percent renewable transportation system look like? Nobody’s crystal ball can tell us for sure. But we see a glimpse of the future in the clean transportation options that are available today.
When we create hope and purpose in Hawaii’s youth, positive change becomes contagious. An inspired and empowered next generation of leaders can create a domino effect that results in healthier ecosystems, stronger communities and a better Hawaii for tomorrow.
To observers at the state level, the health-care reform enterprise is seemingly rudderless in the U.S. Capitol these days. So leaders of local health-insurance markets are finding there is only one useful coping strategy: Pick up an oar, and row as best you can.
By Vicki Viotti firstname.lastname@example.org on March 19, 2017
By Vicki Viotti email@example.com Posted on March 19, 2017
Updated on March 17, 2017 at 7:22 pm
City officials have made progress at turning a mountain into a molehill — the mountain being Oahu’s mammoth heap of trash. But the fact remains that there will always be excess material, and the need to stow it someplace.
Pointing to more than 100 cities and counties across the U.S. that have EPS foam bans, supporters say it’s time for the Aloha State to make the green-minded move toward foam-free food service products.
By Vicki Viotti firstname.lastname@example.org on February 5, 2017
By Vicki Viotti email@example.com Posted on February 5, 2017
Updated on February 3, 2017 at 9:04 pm
Karen Lee has assembled a lot of data points to support the push for Early College, a program in which high school students earn tuition-free credits toward both their diplomas and a future college degree.
Some upgrades to Thomas Square are now underway behind wooden barriers framing the park. Elements of the city administration’s proposed vision for subsequent improvements, however, are continuing to prompt objections.