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Central Oahu News // AmTrykes Get Little Tykes Going
Four-year-old Avalon Pirrone always dreamed of riding a bike. But because she has cerebral palsy, regular tricycles are too difficult for Avalon to use. “She...

Windward Oahu Coverstory // For Tyke, New Tryke Is A Life-Changer
Four-year-old Avalon Pirrone always dreamed of riding a bike with her older sister and friends. But because Avalon has cerebral palsy, regular tricycles are too...

East Oahu News // ‘Teachers’ Blossoming At Kalani High’s Annual Lifestyle Fair
Healthy living starts early — which is why Kalani High School hosted 122 students from Aina Haina Elementary and Star of the Sea schools last...

West Oahu News // HSFCU Helps Out Educators
Even a little bit of help can go a long way in the classroom. Hawaii State Federal Credit Union knows that, which is why it...

East Oahu News // Buddy Bench Bringing Holy Nativity Students Together
It’s been just over a month since Aina Haina’s Holy Nativity School installed a Buddy Bench on its campus, but it takes less than a...

West Oahu News // Waipahu Charter School Planned
If it takes a village to raise a child, Sheila Buyukacar is hoping her proposed charter school, The IMAG Academy, can become that community hub...

Central Oahu News // Cruz’s Coast-to-coast Latin Beat Radio To Ring In New Year
Come New Year’s Eve, when you’re relaxing at a party with friends and family, Ray Cruz is hoping you’ll also be enjoying the sound of...

Windward Oahu News // Church To Hold ‘Blue’ Worship
For those who prefer a quieter, subdued setting for worship, Windward United Church of Christ welcomes everyone to its Blue Christmas service at 6:30 p.m....

Windward Oahu Coverstory // Make-A-Wish Partners For Ohana
The ability to hop in a car and go for a drive isn’t quite so simple for those in wheelchairs. But it will be easier...

Windward Oahu News // Insurance Partnership Results In Cooler Classrooms For Aikahi
The Wind Riders of Aikahi Elementary School will be riding a stronger breeze soon, thanks to a donation of 25 standing fans from Farmers Insurance...

West Oahu News // LCC Awarded Grants For Program, Building Improvements
Native Hawaiian students and STEM programs are the beneficiaries of more than $13.6 million in grants awarded to Leeward Community College by the U.S. Department...

Windward Oahu News // Resort Gets Freaky For Halloween
Everyone and their zombified grandma seems to be having a Halloween celebration this year, but Turtle Bay Resort is hoping its Freaky Friday Halloween is...

Windward Oahu News // Native Foliage Settles In To Rooftop Quarters At Turtle Bay
Why plant a garden on the ground when you can put it on the roof? Turtle Bay Resort recently created a 60,000-square-foot “green roof” to...

West Oahu News // Aulani Resort Arborist Nimz Earns Aboriculture Recognition
The lush canopy of monkeypod and Chinese banyan trees at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa have an unusual distinction: They are among the largest...

Windward Oahu News // Le Jardin Teacher Fired Up To Bring Kids To Science World
When the topic of education comes up, the word “STEM” gets tossed around, as it’s bringing a bigger emphasis to science, technology, engineering and math-related...

West Oahu News // Waikele Teen Embraces Kapiolani Advocacy, May Meet Obama
Keegan Passos thinks centipedes make great pets, is designing a “Heart House” for families of children with cardiac disease, and he might meet President Barack...

Central Oahu News // Wahiawa Teen’s Russian Adventure Was An Educational Thrill
Zoe Sprott would be the first to tell you that there aren’t a lot of fundamental differences between Russia and Hawaii. And she should know...

West Oahu News // Makakilo Educator Understands How Important STEM Can Be
When the topic of education comes up, the word “STEM” gets thrown around — the push for a bigger emphasis on science, technology, engineering and...

East Oahu News // East Oahu Teens Join Hawaii Meth Council’s Anti-drug Battle
Methamphetamine has been Hawaii’s No. 1 drug problem for decades, and for the past five years Hawaii Meth Project and its Teen Advisory Council have...

West Oahu News // Schools Become Best Buddies
Best Buddies Hawaii operates on a simple mantra: Everyone deserves an opportunity. Four West Oahu schools are on board with BBH this fall to help...

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