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Rainbow Drive-In celebrates 60 years by giving back to the community

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A local institution is celebrating 60 years of cooking up ono Hawaii grinds. To mark the occasion, they’re running a special promotion that will help young students. From Sunday Sept. 26 until Saturday Oct. 2, eating at Rainbow Drive-In will help a good cause. The restaurant will...
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Rainbow Drive-in begins 60th anniversary celebration with donations

HONOLULU (KHON2) — They’re known for their slush floats, chili and “Gravy all over” plates. And on Sunday, they turn 60 years old. As expected, lines were long at their Kapahulu location. Visitors and locals share why they keep coming back. “Rainbows is the place to be to have plate...
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Parenting in the Pandemic: UH Mānoa scholar Punihei Lipe

This article by Native Hawaiian Affairs Program Officer at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Kaiwipunikauikawēkiu Punihei Lipe was first published in Ka Wai Ola on September 23. It’s tough being a parent during this pandemic! There’s so much to consider to protect our keiki, ourselves and our kūpuna. These...
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Charger volunteers distribute hundreds of Pearl City High School 50th Anniversary Books at PCHS drive-thru pick-up on Saturday

Mahalo to the wonderful volunteers who helped distribute Pearl City High School 50th Anniversary Books today during the drive-thru pick-up event held in the PCHS KLM parking lot. Charger supporters joined PCHS 50th Anniversary Book committee members and retired PCHS teachers; Joanne Ing, Arlene Aranita, and Sherry and Calvin Abe...
PEARL CITY, HI
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Column: Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement programs can help everyone

Like many in Hawaii, Waianae native Gabriel Naone, 33, was forced to reevaluate the financial security of his ohana during the pandemic. How solid was their financial foundation? Read more. Mahalo for reading the Honolulu Star-Advertiser!. You're reading a premium story. Read the full story with our Print & Digital...
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Column: Vacation rentals cause economic harm

As the date approaches for a decision on amending rules for short-term rentals (STRs), coverage of the issue has often been overly simplified in nature. Read more. You're reading a premium story. Read the full story with our Print & Digital Subscription.
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Kawaiaha‘o Church begins digitizing archives

When Kahu Kenneth Makuakane discovered documents at the State Archives detailing his great- grandparents’ journey to immigrate to Hawaii from China many years ago, he said finding that connection helped bring them back to life. Read more. Mahalo for reading the Honolulu Star-Advertiser!. You're reading a premium story. Read the...
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NOAA team returns from successful mission removing marine debris

HONOLULU (KHON2) — Scientists and divers finished a 30-day clean up project at the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands on Sept. 22. Get Hawaii’s latest morning news delivered to your inbox, sign up for News 2 You. There were 16 people from NOAA’s Pacific Islands Fisheries...
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Kaiser healthcare workers are picketing for more pay and are calling out for help

Passenger accused of punching flight attendant misses court appearance due to ‘episode’. The 32-year-old man charged with assault and interference with a flight crew after allegedly punching a Hawaiian Air flight attendant will spend the weekend in the Honolulu Federal Detention Center after missing his initial court appearance Friday morning.
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