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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News In Brief
Libertarian Presidential Ticket Picked
Former governors Gary Johnson and William Weld offer an alternative to Republicans and Democrats.
WHO: Olympics Should Go On
The World Health Organization on Saturday rejected a call from 150 health experts to consider postponing or moving the Rio Summer Olympics due to the Zika virus in Brazil.
Hawaii-Hiroshima Teacher Exchange
A teacher exchange program will be one offshoot of an education cooperation agreement signed by the education superintendents of Hawaii and Hiroshima at an event in Honolulu.
Despite party elite’s support of Hillary Clinton, Hawaii Democrats elected a party chair who supports Bernie Sanders.