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Lantern Floating Hawaii ceremony: Thousands of lanterns bearing hopes for peace

By Michael Tsai
For much of the 17 years that have passed since Napua Buckley lost her only son to leukemia, grief has largely been a private matter.

Local participants say the movie 'Aloha' deserves its name

By Mindy Pennybacker
The long, tall pavilion with a peaked roof could have been a canoe hale if it weren't sitting high up in a mountain valley like an ark left by a receding flood.

Military kids build bikes, self-esteem

By Pat Gee
With a bit of help from volunteers gathered for the third annual Build-A-Bike event, about two dozen kids earlier this month assembled their own bicycles in a Waipahu parking lot and then gleefully zipped across the pavement on their new wheels.

'Hackathon' focuses software savvy on Oahu traffic, parking woes

By Marcel Honoré
Several dozen local residents put their software coding skills to work this past weekend, competing to design phone apps and other solutions aimed at tackling Oahu's growing transportation challenges.

Man held in federal custody after police find gun, drugs

By Nelson Daranciang
A 24-year-old man is in custody on a federal firearm charge after admitting to Honolulu police that he was high on methamphetamine.

City plans affordable housing for seniors

By Gordon Y.K. Pang
Details of a plan to put up a senior affordable rental housing complex and community center on a closely watched city property along River Street are to be unveiled by Mayor Kirk Caldwell on Tuesday.
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