Television and radio – March 16, 2022
On the air Listings are for Oceanic and Hawaiian Telcom analog/digital. *—premium station. **—retelecast. ***—delayed. Check your TV guide for latest updates. Today   TIME TV CH HT Baseball: COLLEGE Coastal Carolina at NC State Read More
On the Move: Jeffrey Griffin
Pacific Marine and MDG have announced the addition of Jeffrey Griffin as director of program management, effective Feb. 14. He will be based at MDG’s corporate office in Hawaii, reporting directly to Jon Hayward, senior vice president of programs, and working closely with CEO Daniel Brunk. He also assumed responsibilities as director of military and government affairs for Pacific Marine. Griffin is a career U.S. Navy surface officer with extensive program management experience in the military and private sector.
Bill addresses concerns over visitor impacts at Sharks Cove and Pupukea tidepools
A bill arising from concerns about surging numbers of visitors to the Pupukea Marine Life Conservation District on Oahu’s North Shore will be heard today by the state Senate Ways and Means Committee.
Bill aims to combat Hawaii’s feral chicken nuisance
A bill to establish a five-year pilot program to combat feral chickens throughout the islands is moving through the Legislature.
Celia Downes: As Madness nears, gender equality must be on radar
It’s (almost) the most wonderful time of the year — March Madness, the culmination of my very favorite sports season.
Column: Honolulu should show solidarity with the Ukrainian people
Hawaii and its people should be among the first to show solidarity with the Ukrainian people. Hawaii has known what it was like to be under threat of invasion. The 100th Battalion and the 442nd Regimental Combat Team fought for the freedom of the people of Europe in World War II. Hawaii also has a special reason to protest the Russian transgression of territorial boundaries. No, I am not only speaking of Russian forts established on Kauai in 1816. Rather, Soviet and Russian warships have been threatening Hawaiian waters for years.
Column: Isles need Jones Act waiver for oil imports
The fighting between Russia and Ukraine might be thousands of miles away, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t affecting us in Hawaii.
Espero to hold signing for first novel
Among the lineup of art events at this week’s First Friday festivities in Chinatown, a new novel also will be on exhibit.
Hawaii residents show their support for Ukrainians
Smiling as she sat in her wheelchair beneath the trees of Ala Moana Regional Park, Aiko Kaneshige, 96, her slight, trim figure clad in the blue and yellow of the Ukrainian flag, held a sign that said “Putin get out” in Japanese.
Letters: Worry about bigger issues than chickens; Navy’s incompetence bodes ill for readiness; Questions remain about cleaning up Red Hill
Worry about bigger issues than chickens
Off the News: COVID-19, two years later
The irony of this week is that Saturday, the day when Safe Access Oahu will end, is very nearly the same day when, two years ago, Gov. David Ige issued Hawaii’s first emergency proclamation for COVID-19.
PacWest basketball awards announced
The Pacific West Conference basketball awards were announced on Tuesday, with a number of athletes and staff from schools around Hawaii hearing their name called.
Rainbow Wahine’s scorching second-quarter shooting is enough to put them in Big West tourney final
HENDERSON, Nev. >> In Las Vegas’ neighboring city, the most popular long shot belonged to Hawaii’s Amy Atwell.
Scoreboard – March 2, 2022
Calendar Today BASEBALL OIA East: Castle vs. Kalani at Kahala Field; Kaiser vs. Roosevelt at Stevenson Intermediate Field; Kailua at Moanalua. Games start at 3 p.m. OIA Division II: Kalaheo at McKinley; Waianae at Kahuku; Read More
Scoreboard – March 4, 2022
CALENDAR Today BASEBALL PacWest: Holy Names vs. Hawaii Pacific (DH), 2 p.m., at Hans L’Orange Park. SOCCER HHSAA Division I Boys: 5th place semis, Punahou vs. Kapolei, 3 p.m. at Field 15; Mililani vs. Aiea, Read More
Signs of Hawaiian Life – March 6, 2022
Did you spot a sign of Hawaiian life on your travels? To submit photos, check out our new, simple online submission form at You must fill out all required fields in order to be considered for publication. Photos must have a person in them and contain a “sign” of Hawaiian life. Email submissions and mailed photos are no longer accepted.
Television and radio – March 7, 2022
On the air Listings are for Oceanic and Hawaiian Telcom analog/digital. *—premium station. **—retelecast. ***—delayed. Check your TV guide for latest updates. Today   TIME TV CH HT BASEBALL: ILH Damien vs. Maryknoll 6 p.m. Read More
Tysen Kaniaupio puts up a block to send Hilo into boys state soccer final
Hilo’s Tysen Kaniaupio turned in about as complete a game as possible for a goalkeeper Friday.
University of Hawaii unveils public portal for information on climate
There’s a powerful new tool for Hawaii researchers, resource managers, educators, students or anyone else trying to figure out what’s happening to the islands under the spell of climate change.
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