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Hawaii Catholic Herald
Hawaii Catholic Herald

1184 Bishop St
Honolulu, HI 96813   Directions

(808) 585-3300


Llewellyn Young new superintendent of Catholic Schools
11/25/2020 5:53am

By Patrick Downes Hawaii Catholic Herald Bishop Larry Silva, in consultation with the Catholic schools superintendent search committee, has appointed acting superintendent Llewellyn Young as superintendent of Hawaii Catholic Schools Nov. 12. He had been filling in since July for his predecessor, Michael Rockers, who retired at the end of the last school year. Before The post Llewellyn Young new superintendent of Catholic Schools appeared first on Hawaii Catholic Herald.

13 men to be ordained permanent deacons in January and February
11/25/2020 5:50am

By Patrick Downes Hawaii Catholic Herald The Diocese of Honolulus ninth class of permanent deacons, scheduled to be ordained in ceremonies in January and February, are a diverse bunch. The group of 13 include a teacher, a few engineers, military veterans, a doctor of optometry, a heavy equipment operator and a livestock operations manager. They The post 13 men to be ordained permanent deacons in January and February appeared first on Hawaii Catholic Herald.

Talk story: We need each other
11/25/2020 5:45am

OFFICE FOR SOCIAL MINISTRY Now is a good time to recover the conviction that we need one another, that we have a shared responsibility for others and the world. Pope Francis, World Day of the Poor, November 2020 This year the message of Pope Francis on the World Day of the Poor is especially compelling. The post Talk story: We need each other appeared first on Hawaii Catholic Herald.

The McCarrick report: Victims show fear, courage, anger, need for action
11/25/2020 5:40am

By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY The Vatican Secretariat of States report on Theodore E. McCarrick provides a glimpse into how a number of witnesses and victims of the former cardinals abuse sought numerous ways to alert church officials and were disturbingly aware their allegations might trigger repercussions. Over its 460 pages, The post The McCarrick report:Victims show fear, courage, anger, need for action appeared first on Hawaii Catholic Herald.

Pro-lifers say Biden directed by ‘hard-core, pro-abortion forces’
11/25/2020 5:30am

By Tom Tracy Catholic News Service WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. If President Donald Trumps legal efforts to challenge his 2020 reelection results prove unsuccessful and Joe Biden becomes the 46th president of the United States, pro-life advocates are finding no silver linings. Biden will be directed by hard-core, pro-abortion forces, said Mark Harrington, executive The post Pro-lifers say Biden directed by hard-core, pro-abortion forces appeared first on Hawaii Catholic Herald.

Honolulu Civil Beat
Honolulu Civil Beat

3465 Waialae Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816   Directions

(808) 737-2300


Nurses At Kapiolani Medical Center Demand Better Coronavirus Protections
12/02/2020 9:58pm

Hundreds of nurses picketed outside of Kapiolani Medical Center on Wednesday, demanding more access to personal protective equipment and an overhaul of coronavirus-related staff policies that they claim put both hospital workers and patients at risk. Nurses at the Makiki hospital for women and children have been trying to negotiate a new three-year contract for The post Nurses At Kapiolani Medical Center Demand Better Coronavirus Protections appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.

Police Commissioner: People Want Answers On HPD’s Low Crime-Solving Rate
12/02/2020 9:38pm

Weeks after Civil Beat reported that the Honolulu Police Departments rate of solving crimes was at a record low, Honolulu Police Commissioner Doug Chin says he is tired of excuses from HPD leaders who say the data cant be trusted. Numbers HPD gives the Hawaii Attorney General and the FBI show that HPD solved only The post Police Commissioner: People Want Answers On HPDs Low Crime-Solving Rate appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.

Hawaii DOH Plans Cuts In Contact Tracing Team Despite Continued COVID-19 Worries
12/02/2020 5:56pm

As the state is on the cusp of losing major coronavirus federal relief funding and support from the Hawaii National Guard, the Hawaii Department of Health is planning to reduce the size of the contact tracing team because of overstaffing, top officials said Wednesday. Dr. Sarah Kemble, the acting state epidemiologist, acknowledged that there could The post Hawaii DOH Plans Cuts In Contact Tracing Team Despite Continued COVID-19 Worries appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.

VIRUS TRACKER — Dec. 2: 78 New COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii
12/02/2020 5:20pm

Health officials reported 78 new COVID-19 cases statewide on Wednesday, including 63 on Oahu, one on the Big Island, one on Kauai, four on Maui. Nine residents were diagnosed out of state. No new deaths were reported Wednesday. The states official death toll is 244. Civil Beat calculates at least 259 people have died from The post VIRUS TRACKER Dec. 2: 78 New COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.

Hawaii Public Schools Keep Losing Students Amid Coronavirus Concerns
12/02/2020 4:01am

Hawaiis public schools lost 1,023 more students in the first quarter of the school year as coronavirus concerns kept many parents from sending their children back to class, according to the state Department of Education. The latest figures from the DOE for the first quarter, which ended on Oct. 2, show a more than seven The post Hawaii Public Schools Keep Losing Students Amid Coronavirus Concerns appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.

Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Honolulu Star-Advertiser

500 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96813   Directions

(808) 529-4747


Couple flew home to Kauai despite allegedly knowing about positive coronavirus tests
12/03/2020 2:12am

A Kauai couple were arrested for boarding a flight to Hawaii from San Francisco with their 4-year-old son even though they knew they had tested positive for the coronavirus, authorities said.

HPD investigation into COVID-19 overtime violations will take months, chief says
12/02/2020 11:10pm

It will be months before the Honolulu Police Department can publicly report on the apparent overtime violations within the departments COVID enforcement teams, according to HPD Chief Susan Ballard.

Child killed when train hits minivan outside holiday display
12/02/2020 10:43pm

FRESNO, Calif. A 5-year-old boy was killed when a minivan was struck by a train while a family was waiting to enter a drive-through Christmas lights display in central California, police said.

Trump, in video from White House, delivers a 46-minute diatribe on the ‘rigged’ election
12/02/2020 8:23pm

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump on Wednesday released a 46-minute videotaped speech that denounced a rigged election and was filled with lies the day after his own attorney general joined election officials across the country in attesting to his defeat.

HSTA says DOE budget cuts could result in loss of 1,000 teachers
12/02/2020 7:47pm

The Hawaii State Teachers Association this morning expressed grave concerns about proposed budget cuts that would result in the loss of 1,000 teachers, including special education teachers.


420 Waiakamilo Rd
Honolulu, HI 96817   Directions

(808) 847-9375



315 Sand Island Access Rd
Honolulu, HI 96819   Directions

(808) 462-5000



420 Waiakamilo Rd
Honolulu, HI 96817   Directions

(808) 847-3246



88 Piikoi St
Honolulu, HI 96814   Directions

(808) 591-2222


CDC tipped Kauai police about COVID-positive fliers arrested after landing
12/02/2020 10:59pm

A tip from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC led to the arrest of a Kauai couple on Nov. 29 when they landed on the Garden Isle after boarding a plane in San Francisco knowing they were COVID positive. They had been told by airport quarantine station officials to stay in San Francisco. Always Investigating looks into how were they able to fly, and what are the legal implications

Lack of interest in quarantine may be a barrier in contact tracing efforts
12/02/2020 11:24pm

The State Department of Health DOH has released more results of its contact tracing efforts, including the percentage of cases being reached. One of the goals of the case investigation metrics is to help provide feedback for health officials on how they are doing with contact tracing.

KHON's local coronavirus and sports coverage, holiday specials removed from DISH Network
12/02/2020 8:08pm

IRVING, TX DISH Network removed from its system the network and local community programming provided by 164 local television stations owned by Nexstar Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Nexstar Media Group, Inc. Nasdaq: NXST Nexstar on Wednesday, Dec. 2. DISH is refusing to reach a new distribution agreement allowing the satellite television behemoth ...

Hanauma Bay reopens to the public, new measures aim to protect nature preserve
12/02/2020 3:01pm

Hanauma Bay, which has been closed since March, reopened to the public on Wednesday for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

"A Hui Hou: Until We Meet Again" children's book born from author's personal grief
12/03/2020 12:30am

Ashley Bugge and her family were living in Hawaii when the unthinkable happened.


801 S King St
Honolulu, HI 96813   Directions

(808) 535-0400


URGENT - First on CNN: Key government agency acknowledges Biden's win and begins formal transition
11/23/2020 6:20pm

CNN -- The General Services Administration has informed President-elect Joe Biden that the Trump administration is ready to begin the formal transition process, according to a letter from Administrator Emily Murphy sent...

Black women don't get much startup funding. These founders are trying to change that
12/02/2020 12:08pm

Story by Jazmin Goodwin, CNN BusinessVideo by Jon Sarlin and Janelle Gonzalez, CNN BusinessVisuals by Marie Barbier, Denis Bouquet, Sarah-Grace Mankarious and Tal Yellin Two years ago, Shani Dowell gave up a stable career...

Democrats seek disciplinary investigation for Trump lawyer who called for violence against former election cybersecurity official
12/02/2020 10:08pm

By Christina Carrega, CNN Congressional Democrats on Wednesday asked the DC Bar&39s Office of Disciplinary Counsel to open an investigation into an attorney for the Trump campaign who had issued a call for violence...

Former Presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton volunteer to get coronavirus vaccine publicly to prove it's safe
12/02/2020 4:53pm

By Jamie Gangel and Shelby Lin Erdman, CNN Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are volunteering to get their Covid-19 vaccines on camera to promote public confidence in the vaccine&39s safety...

Census officials discovered data issues that could delay its completion, internal documents show
12/02/2020 7:53pm

By Gregory Wallace and Caroline Kelly, CNN Census Bureau officials discovered data issues while working through 2020 Census responses, which include several high complexity problems and threaten to delay completion of a...


1188 Bishop St
Honolulu, HI 96813   Directions

(808) 538-1414


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