Henry J. Kaiser High School continues to work on its website. Meanwhile, users are asked to use http://www.kaiserhighschoolhawaii.org/ for the latest information.
As most kama’aina know, credit union membership is a must here in the Islands; service is more personal and consumer value can’t be beat. Although membership is often limited to certain groups, many credit unions have a special loophole through which average residents can apply. Hawaii State Federal Credit […]
Your presence is requested. Reminder reposted here: ESSA TOWN HALL MEETING – August 10 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm @ KALANI HIGH SCHOOL Please register at the link below. Here is your opportunity to have an impact on YOUR public school system. Through the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), feedback and attendance is […]
The Hawaii Kai Goodwill donation shack has been removed from the Park and Ride near the Dog Park. I spoke to Goodwill, and there is no intent to bring it back. It was communicated to Goodwill that the Hawaii Kai community took issue with it, so it is permanently closed. […]
Kaiser High School defeated Radford and Punahou High Schools for the KFIVE “It’s Academic” championship. The championship episode repeats again on Saturday, so set your DVRs to record. Congratulations to contestants Bobbi Bevacqua, Ryan Chafee and Sophie Bender.
Every time I drive by the new 7000 Hawaii Kai Drive building at the corner of Keahole Street and Hawaii Kai Drive, I’m struck by how large it appears. Today, my curiosity got the better of me. I looked up the largest residential complexes in Hawaii Kai to find out […]
Now that it has been confirmed that a bakery worker at Hawaii Kai Costco has Hepatitis A, you may be wondering what to do. KHON reports that [Costco] “members who purchased baked goods prepared or packaged in the bakery between June 16-20 are being contacted by Costco.” KHON goes on […]
This is the second time this year I’ve mentioned to a friend that Oceanic Cable / Time Warner has a service desk at Koko Marina Center. I thought perhaps it also merited a mention here on the blog. The desk will accept payments, exchange set boxes and set up service […]
Writes Ian Lind, “A company is proposing to build artificial reefs in two locations on Oahu using human remains encased in balls of concrete.” As it so happens, one of those locations is Maunalua Bay. Hawaii Memorial Reefs is scheduled to present its proposal at tonight’s Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board […]
The Tinman Triathlon is postponed from July 23, 2016 due to Tropical Storm Darby. It is rescheduled for Sunday, July 31. The Kaimuki Carnival, held at Kaimuki High School, has been cancelled for Saturday and Sunday, July 23 and 24th. It is rescheduled for Friday through Sunday the following weekend, […]