As some of you have heard, I’ll be jetting off to the nation’s capital to take over Civil Beat‘s Washington D.C. bureau. I leave this blog, and CB’s broader city government coverage, in capable hands. You’ve already been enjoying Nick Grube‘s work for a few months in this space.
After a short break to complete my cross-country move, you can find my work in our DC808 blog. There, I’ll be sharing the latest on our congressional delegation and national politics that have an impact on life here in the islands.
It’s been a great run in a wonderful city. Thanks very much for reading. …
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A&B Stream Restoration Stalls
Alexander & Baldwin has fully restored water to three of eight streams in East Maui, but full restoration of the other five face “logistical challenges” that may take months to resolve.
It’s AAPI Heritage Month
The White House says Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are the fastest growing racial group in our country, growing more than four times as rapidly as the U.S. population.
More Fires In Hawaii?
Federal officials predict an increased risk of wildfires in Hawaii this year. The drought is expected to intensify, too, according to a new assessment.
The contract governing a deal to house at least 1,400 Hawaii inmates is about to be signed.