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Woken up by sirens? It was an electrical malfunction (updated)
No cabins or landfills on Ka Iwi!
Waimanalo puppy mill owner forfeits animals
City Reapportionment Commission to discuss redistricting proposals
Honolulu City Council public hearing on signs, rezoning ag land
Waimanalo sewage moratorium lifted after 20 years
Honolulu Zoning and Planning Committee meets Thursday
Police arrest suspect in Waimanalo manhunt
UH Hilo ready to open $28M science and tech building
Wyland’s 55th birthday marked by repainting of Sea Life Park mural
Habitat for Humanity to break ground on two Oahu homes
Police Search For Armed Robbery Suspect In Waimanalo
City to hold Kaneohe, Waimanalo stream cleanups
Land and Development for Ko‘olaupoko: Knowing the Past, Shaping the Future
Non-combustible waste accepted on limited basis from March 1
UPDATE: Flood warning cancelled for Oahu
Video: House minority members comment on civil unions, gambling, dogs
Save Sandy Beach, Ka Iwi Coalition recognized for preserving Oahu’s untouched places
Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board to discuss parks and recreation facilities fees
Expect the Kalanianaole Highway Sewer Rehabilitation Project to clog up weekend traffic
Hawaiian nonprofit to prepare taxes for free with help from tax volunteers
December 15: Hearing to be held on Kamiloiki and Koko Head Elementary closures
Volunteers, sponsors sought for Second Annual Waimanalo Community Clean-Up and Recycling Day
Kamehameha Schools’ Clarke Bright nominated for Royal Hawaiian Bandmaster
Kuliouou/Kalani Iki and McCully/Moiliili Neighborhood Boards to talk sewers, CIPs
Hundreds of box jellyfish wash up onto Oahu’s south shore beaches
Info briefing for Mokuhano Cluster Development project in Kalama Valley set
Halloween Week at Sea Life Park offers an ocean of fun
Warning sirens to be tested today at Hanauma Bay and Makapuu Beach Park
‘Make-A-Difference Day’ events in Waimanalo, Kaneohe on Saturday
Manoa, McCully, and Kuliouou Neighborhood Board meetings this week
Police recover stolen urn with man’s ashes to Date Street home
Hawaii Kai forum to promote passage of constitutional amendment
Friends of Hawaii Kai Public Library hosts book sale this weekend
How a Waimanalo cell phone tower on ag land got an OK from the City
Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board meeting tonight features candidate forum
Verbatim: Councilmember Ikaika Anderson addresses Windward traffic concerns
September 28: Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board holding candidates forum
September 25: Waimanalo middle school holds white elephant sale
Hemmings says charges brought against his wife are attributed to his role as a senator
Urn returned to Hawaii Kai widow
Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board seeking questions for candidates forum
Wastewater pipes in Aliamanu and Kuliouou to be smoke tested
Water oozes from ground at Hawaii Kai dog park for weeks
Construction in Hawaii Kai to replace 50-year-old sewage pipeline
Misprinted ballots sent out to East Oahu residents
State Senate District 8 candidate Sam Slom answers community questions
State Senate District 8 candidate Larry Price answers community questions
Rediscover the Waimanalo Country Fair this weekend
Kalanianaole sewer project expected to affect traffic
Sewage overflow leads to leads to Wailupe Beach Park
Sewer overflows, public advised to stay out of Wailupe Beach
Sandy Beach cleanup still needs volunteers for Saturday
Keiki Steps to Kindergarten helps children, parents adjust to school
Camping permits for Bellows Field Beach Park not issued during maritime exercise
Ka Iwi reclassified as conservation zone, but the community’s battle to protect it continues on
Special Screening of the film, Chasing Rainbows
East Oahu libraries offer two distinguished events this weekend
Blog: The Windward side calls constantly to this ‘townie’
Waimanalo field day to highlight erosion control techniques
Meeting to discuss invasive species
New funding available for Native Hawaiians
Your roads this week
Habitat for Humanity finishes first Waimanalo home of 2010
Spiral Gallery Cafe stirs up community bolstering in Nalo Town
Heady jam to raise funds for Koolaupoko watershed
Waimanalo weekly crime stats
Next Waimanalo Market Day: Feb. 27
Community discussion to explore Ko`olau Poko watershed plan
Updates from Waimanalo Neighborhood Board
Your `aina, your voice
Talk Story session to feature seabird expert
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