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Saturday, October 24, 2020

$2.4 million federal grant funds workforce development program

"Training and certification can translate into a career that supports a family, regardless of a person’s educational background or experience."

Molokai gets expanded fiber broadband service

Nearly half of the homes on the island of Molokai now have access to fiber broadband service, after Hawaiian Telcom added about 700 new homesteads in East and North Central Molokai to its service area.

Hawaiiverse launches to help local businesses grow online

"We all need to band together as a community to support local businesses through these tough times, which is why we decided to make our platform free,” says Hawaiiverse CEO Jared Kushi.

Hawaiian crows headed back to captivity after recent deaths

"While very difficult, bringing these birds back into the breeding program is an interim step to the review and adaptation of the program to recover the species."

Citizens can help researchers monitor coral health with new color card

With our waters getting warmer, we don’t have the capacity to monitor every reef for bleaching and mortality. We needed more eyes in the water, and we needed to equip them with a tool to quantify their changes,

Native Hawaiian college program receives electric vehicles for training

"There was interest in EVs, but residents pointed out if they invested in the vehicles there were no on-island EV technicians who could provide servicing and repairs."

Gigerati offers gig work opportunities

Gigerati matches available gig work with a local community of qualified gig workers looking to maximize flexibility and opportunities.