Posts Tagged ‘Ewa Beach’

Queen’s West Hospital will fix absence of Leeward Coast medical services

The Queen’s West Hospital, also known as the Queen’s Medical Center West Oahu, is set to open on Tuesday, May 20, 2014. At the Ewa Neighborhood Board meeting on March 13, Chief Operating Officer Susan Murray spoke a...


Ewa Neighborhood Board focuses on Campbell High School

Campbell High School (CHS) needs improvements to its athletic facilities. At the February meeting of the Ewa Neighborhood Board there was a request for upgrades to their track field and for construction of a new stadium. The Ca...


How will your Neighborhood Board spend $500,000 grant money?

At the meeting of the Waianae Neighborhood Board’s Committee for Intergovernmental Affairs & Human Services, Chairman Calvin Endo reported that there is a total of $1,500,000 available from the current expenses of the...


Year 2014: Hope for change and preservation

We wish everyone a happy and prosperous year in 2014. Happy days are sure to come if we cherish our communities by embracing all the dreams and beliefs of their different cultures. First and foremost, we must preserve the Hawai...



Leeward Reporter celebrates first year milestone

A year has passed since the Leeward Reporter started in December of 2012. We appreciate our readers and the comments they contributed during the past year. We hope to continue posting significant and meaningful news that occur ...


Closing Ewa Village Post Office Does Not Make Any Sense At All

Aloha, Add your signature to the petition of over 500 names, Call your representatives, send a letter, email asking that the Ewa Village Post Office NOT be shut down! Visit the Ewa Village Post Office on Friday, Sept. 19, b...


Special Ewa September 2, 2013, Labor Day Ewa History Train Ride

Aloha, On Sept. 2 a special Labor Day Holiday Train Ride will begin at 9:30 AM at the Ewa railway train yard located off of Renton Rd and Roosevelt Avenue near historic Ewa Plantation Villages. This is an annual Ewa event ...


Ewa Neighborhood Board will reorganize itself in face of looming development

Under constant pressure to develop the Ewa plain, the Ewa Neighborhood Board will gear up by installing new officers, electing a new chairman, and selecting new delegates for its standing committees at their next general meetin...



Hawaiian Farmer Mass Death “Holocaust” Site Now Called “Ho’opili”

The largest population on the Island of Oahu – at Honouliuli, a vastly rich one thousand year old ancient farming area, was quickly wiped out by the introduction of Western diseases.This is one of the largest known mass d...


Ewa Neighborhood Board approves community projects in July 2013

Ewa Neighborhood Board approves community projects in July 2013 The Ewa Neighborhood Board conducted a productive meeting on July 2, 2013, approving various upcoming projects in the area. One proposal was presented by Les Young...


Free night fishermen from rules for the homeless

The City and police have done all they can to clear out the homeless from the beaches and parks on the Leeward coast. In doing so, they have extended these rules and prohibitions to the activities of people who fish at night. I...


Major Tragedy And Disgrace – Iwi Kupuna at Ewa Plantation Cemetery!

Millions of bucks thrown around and away, but the City owned Ewa Plantation Cemetery is nearly completely neglected and tombstones knocked down and broken. This is a BROKEN TRUST with the Ewa Plantation Community and their rich...



Author of `Ewa Which Way will speak at Kapolei Public Library

Tyler Miranda, author of `EWA WHICH WAY, grew up on the West Side of Oahu. He has written a novel which is steeped in the customs of a rural Hawaiian town and set in the early  1980s when Hurricane `Iwa struck. His book weaves...


Neighborhood Board will hear proposals to improve Ewa development plans

The next Ewa Neighborhood Board’s meeting will discuss amendments to the City Council Bill 65 regarding the Ewa Development Plan. Glenn Oamilda, president of the Ewa Beach Community Association, will propose  changes for...


Oneula Beach Park Users Heat Up Ewa Neighborhood Board Meeting

Oneula Beach Park in Ewa brought on heated discussions concerning its usage and improvement at the November meeting of the Ewa Neighborhood Board #23 last year. Complaints were made about the homeless and cleanup of the park, f...


New Year Wishes For The Leeward Coast

Happy New Year! We all look forward to a new year filled with worry-free days. The leeward coast of Oahu is made up of diverse but unique towns – Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Ko`Olina, Honokai Hale, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae, and M...