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HONOLULU – The Agribusiness Development Corporation (ADC) and a joint law enforcement team yesterday conducted a coordinated sweep of a vacant agricultural parcel near Whitmore Village in Central Oahu that ...
Read More HDOA NEWS RELEASE: STATE AND COUNTY AGENCIES COORDINATE TO REMOVE CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES IN WHITMORE, OAHU

While Washington, D.C. still deals with political acrimony and gridlock, the nation’s governors are finding ways to work together — led, in part, by Governor Ige and Governor Asa Hutchinson ...
Read More Hawai’i responds to COVID-19, prepares for census

In a historic show of unity, the Hawai‘i State Legislature, Governor  Ige, and local business and community leaders are working together on a comprehensive set of bills to reduce the ...
Read More Public support urged for Joint Legislative Package

It takes only a few minutes, but every completed 2020 census form means more federal dollars for Hawai‘i to fund schools, roads, Medicare and Medicaid, and a long list of ...
Read More 2020 Census: A complete count matters for Hawai’i

Wash your hands. Stay home if you’re sick. Get your information from reliable sources, such as the state Department of Health (DOH) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). All ...
Read More State on high alert to protect against COVID-19

  When it’s completed, the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District (NASED) is envisioned as a vibrant mix of housing, restaurants, retail stores, hotels, recreation sites, cultural amenities, green space and, ...
Read More Field of dreams: Concepts unveiled for new stadium district

Whether it’s a “Grab and Go” kalo bowl or other ‘ono items, the state’s keiki are eating healthier school breakfasts, thanks to an initiative launched by First Lady Dawn Amano-Ige, ...
Read More Hawai’i launches ‘School Breakfast Month’ for March

“Be a voice, not an echo.” Those words sum up the annual Secondary Student Conference (SSC), where student leaders from the state’s public high schools learn about the legislative process. ...
Read More Students learn how to mobilize for real-world issues

Beginning in the 2020-2021 school year, additional immunizations will be required for students entering preschool, kindergarten through grade 12 and colleges in Hawai‘i. Seventh grade students must provide documentation for ...
Read More New school immunizations

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