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Local 5, Turtle Bay reach settlement
City seeks to sell popular well-used Haleiwa Beach Park
15-foot waves show for big Hawaii contest
Letter: Defend Oahu Coalition to lead protest against ‘corporate greed’
Homeopathy: Like something that cures some things
North Shore community proposes charter school for 100 students
North Shore residents stop redistricting of Sunset Beach
Turtle Bay developers propose $1.2 billion development of two hotels, 750 residential units
City Reapportionment Commission to discuss redistricting proposals
Public Land Development Corporation faces long road
Turtle Bay developers back at the bargaining table, hope for cool heads
Sex, drugs, and education: An inside look at Hawaii’s schools
Sand maintenance at Makaha intended to replenish 3,800 cubic yards of erosion
City Council to vote on Laie Marriott Hotel complex
Energy curriculum underway in Oahu classrooms
Haleiwa Arts Festival brings art, food, music to the North Shore
Waimea Valley to celebrate re-dedication
Big wind on the bargaining table
Deadline Looms For Kahuku Village Residents
Pupukea farmer sees growth potential for community-supported agriculture
Kahuku Farms now offering public tours of diversified ag
First Large-Scale Oahu Biofuel Crops Planted
Local greens on the menu need water from Oahu’s streams
Blog: You say tomato, I say tomahto
Agri-tour offers insight into where our food comes from
Waimea Valley offering plants from exotic and native collections
Affordable ag land, money, knowledge: Ingredients for cultivating Hawaii’s food future
Envision Laie: 222-room Marriott is one step closer to calling Koolauloa home
Hawaii’s path to a better food system: Where we’re at by the numbers
What’s your vision for a better food system?
Breaking: Koolauloa politics heat up, physical assault alleged
Abercrombie commits to being active in the future of Turtle Bay
Protecting Koolauloa: Talk story session looks at future of Turtle Bay
Waimea Valley Nature Reserve to honor Military Appreciation Month in May
Mayor Carlisle signs bill to revise North Shore Sustainable Communities Plan
24-hour roadwork on Kamehameha Hwy in Haleiwa
Farmers, lawmakers talk about Oahu’s ag woes
Kamehameha Hwy lane closure in Haleiwa
24-hour Kamehameha Highway lane closures next week
Land and Development for Ko‘olaupoko: Knowing the Past, Shaping the Future
March tsunami overpowered Haleiwa floating docks
Abercrombie, North Shore community leaders welcome power from Kahuku Wind
Rare plant collection on display at Waimea Valley
North Shore community group says revised Turtle Bay master plan still too much
North Shore Residents Denounce Vigilantes
North Shore wind turbines power up
Malaekahana Bike Path stretches far for residents as part of new development
Man Accused Of Attempted Murder At Haleiwa Home
Skate park, learning center, and thefts discussed at North Shore Neighborhood Board meeting
Papahanaumoku Monument and in-vessel composting on North Shore board agenda
Sen. Donovan Dela Cruz submits projects for inclusion in the State’s budget
So what’s all the potassium iodide hype about?
Land Trust looking to keep North Shore country with Hawaii’s first greenprint
City Council to consider property tax relief, North Shore Sustainable Communities Plan
Sunset Beach Elementary seeks School Community Council nominations
Charter schools, suicide discussed at February Koolauloa Neighborhood Board meeting
Councilman Ernie Martin comments on North Shore Sustainable Communities Plan
Community college, learning centers on the agenda for Koolauloa Neighborhood Board
Volunteers to lend green thumbs for Waimea Valley Community Day
Kamehameha Schools shares plans for Haleiwa ‘re-development’
Laniakea turtle takes five-month journey and returns home
North Shore Community Land Trust reaches out to residents, asks what’s worth preserving
Board vacancies, Kamehameha Schools presentation on North Shore Neighborhood agenda
Road work scheduled for Pupukea and Wahiawa
220-room Laie Marriott permit a key hurdle for Envision Laie development plans
Youth health and CIP on agenda for Koolauloa Neighborhood Board
Haleiwa hotel: North Shore residents resist land sale, City says park is too expensive
Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services personnel, paramedics recognized for life-saving efforts
Special meeting centered on Andy Anderson’s proposed Haleiwa Hotel
Kahuku Red Raider wrestling girls win first place in tournament
Bike path safety, zoning variances, and learning centers discussed at North Shore Board meeting
Hooray for chocolate lovers: Hawaii Cacao Festival returns to Haleiwa
North Shore’s Miss Hawaii wins second runner up in Miss America
Special meeting to hear all sides of Andy Anderson’s proposed Haleiwa Hotel
Commission defers action on petition to dissolve Koolauloa Neighborhood Board
Commission to hear petition to dissolve Koolauloa Neighborhood Board
Kahuku Wind’s clean energy set to enter Oahu homes in February
High surf throughout Hawaii going into this weekend
North Shore Neighborhood Board to hear about Save the Surfers, Public Land Trust
‘No go’ for Quicksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau today
Waialua Community Association holding annual general meeting tonight
‘The Eddie’ may go on Thursday in 25-to-30-foot waves
Road work scheduled for Wahiawa and North Shore this week
Pupukea road work to begin later than expected, relieves resident’s traffic concerns
Developers may face 15-year time limit due to Land Use Ordinance amendment
Waimea Valley offers daily guided activities to share Hawaiian culture
Letter: It matters how much AI’s sponsors knew
Waimea Valley introduces Garden Outreach Program
Is the fate of Andy Irons’ legacy written on a toxicology report?
Koolauloa Neighborhood Board agenda: vacant seat, Windward Community College satellite campus
Koolauloa Neighborhood Board discusses Sustainable Communities Plan, set backs for wind farms
Florence shoots to victory during 2011 Da Hui Backdoor Shootout
Da Hui Backdoor Shootout holds second day of competition
Explore Waimea Valley on guided hikes in 2011
First Wind plans to construct second North Shore wind farm
2,000 toys still needed for Operation: Toy Box
Verbatim: Residents respond to poll questions on ‘homeless camp,’ Kaena Point, Haleiwa hotel
Conservation group pushes to preserve 469 acres of North Shore ag land
North Shore board discusses algae oil, wind energy, and the Haleiwa Hotel
Billabong Pipeline Masters expected to resume Wednesday
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