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Hawaii’s Department of Land and Natural Resources put 41 new state conservation officers to work on Monday, representing the agency’s largest- ever recruiting class — an offshoot of Gov. Josh … more
It’s a sad irony that the latest insult to the water contaminated by the Red Hill fuel storage tanks is an anti-icing agent. It’s an additive to the fuel to ward off ice crystal formation, which … more
The Kilauea tennis program, as well as many other USTA (U.S. Tennis Association) programs here, are being severely threatened by new rules proposed by the Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation. … more
I was happy to see in your article, “High court: Kealoha not entitled to taxpayer-funded attorney” (Star-Advertiser, March 8), that the Hawaii Supreme Court showed some common sense (unlike the … more
We know that everything has a lifespan. We also know that everything requires maintenance and resources to sustain a useful life. However, when the taxpayers spend $250 million for a convention … more
The ongoing Red Hill fuel disaster is too ludicrous for words, considering yet another disclosure by the military that it had a spill of toxic chemicals in 2019 that had not been previously disclosed … more
The City Council’s bill regarding carrying guns in sensitive areas is off the mark (“Honolulu City Council OKs bill designating gun-free places,” Star-Advertiser, March 16). The city should … more
Tod Hale’s assertion that “the media are part of the problem” smacks of a person who does not believe in our First Amendment rights (“Media creates problem with ‘both sides’ stance,” … more
Freshman Naomi Stremick doubled, tripled, homered, scored the go-ahead run in the top of the eighth and pitched the last two innings for the win as Kalani edged No. 8 Moanalua 5-4 in eight innings on … more
Hawaii’s low payments to health care providers who serve low-income and disabled Medicaid recipients are a problem for the state. When combined with its high cost of living, the paltry payments are … more
The teen may be in one of a few different places. more
After establishing itself as a global leader in the coffee-and-doughnut space over the last 70-plus years, Dunkin’ is finally ready to take the next logical step in its menu’s evolution. more
Governor Phil Murphy said during his budget address late last month that he plans to lower corporate business taxes in New Jersey to create a more business friendly climate. "More money for them … more
travel isn’t what it used to be. It’s more hectic, more crowded, and more stressful in so many ways. But despite some recent close calls mostly due to heavy traffic numbers, it’s generally a … more
YATES COUNTY – The Police Benevolent Association of the New York State Troopers has endorsed Republican Mackenzie “Mac” Stutzman in this year’s election for Yates County Judge. This follows … more
KEUKA PARK — Keuka College senior goalie Dylan Hoad (Bath-Haverling) was named the Empire 8 Conference’s Men’s Lacrosse Co-Goalie of the Week on Monday. It is the second consecutive week that … more
PENN YAN -- March 29 at 10 a.m., the Yates County Veterans Services Office will hold a flag raising ceremony to honor Vietnam War Veterans at the flagpoles in front of the County Building. In … more
YATES COUNTY - UR Medicine Home Care provides the “We Honor Veterans” program to ensure each and every veteran receiving hospice care gets the proper attention and a hero’s welcome home in … more
Texas Education Agency plans for a neat and tidy transfer of information about how to apply for a board of managers position in the TEA takeover of Houston ISD were hijacked Tuesday night by a … more
The proposal is tucked at the bottom of a new bill that would ban abortions past six weeks of pregnancy. more
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