Posts Tagged ‘Waianae’

Hearing on illegal Hawaii Kai sludge dumping scheduled for Waianae residents

At a special meeting of the Waianae Neighborhood Board, community and government watchdog Carroll Cox will present information about the recent dumping of sludge from the Hawaii Kai Marina unto a Waianae property. Sandra Silva,...


Waianae High School student activities for 2013-2014

Waianae High School student activities program and upcoming events for 2013-2014 are as follows: Class Advisors for Graduating Classes 2014 – Mae Oshiro  A-104 2015 – Danyel Panui  FS-105 2016 – Leeann Manue...


Waianae school problems get Neighborhood Board attention

During its 2013 spring and summer meetings the Waianae Neighborhood Board considered problems in the Waianae district schools. With increased student enrollment, especially at the elementary school level, public parking is inad...


Waianae Neighborhood Board uncovers heavy liquor consumption on its coastline

At its general meeting on June 4, 2013, the Waianae Neighborhood Board heard a report from Ken Takemoto, Chief Liquor Control Investigator of the Honolulu Liquor Commission (LIQ). He voiced concerns about the high volume of liq...



Waianae Boat Fishing Club keeps harbor in tip-top shape

“All hands on board!” is the typical call for help at sea, but members of the Waianae Boat Fishing Club (WBFC) will rush to help on both land and sea at a moment’s notice. Since 1996 the club has supported the Waianae com...


Waianae High School registration for school year 2013

Waianae High School will register students from July 22 to July 26, 2013, 8 A.M. – 2 P.M.  Fees can be paid on the same day and are as follows: 9th grade – $12, 10th grade – $13, 11th grade – $14, and 1...


I’m Not Crazy! I’m A Teacher!

“What are you doing in your classroom?” This was the standard question I got from my principals who passed through my school over the years. They even made sure my classroom was located at the far end of the campus ...


After-School All-Stars shine at Waianae Intermediate School

The  After-School All-Stars of Waianae Intermediate School shine, as their name suggests, after a successful season with wins in  two major  tournaments – the Special Olympics Unified Softball competition in April and ...



Waianae wrestling team whips up wins

Randy Florendo, a Waianae Intermediate School teacher, coaches wrestling at the Waianae High School and freestyle (Olympic style) wrestling in an after-school program at the intermediate school. He is determined to make wrestli...


Will State keep plans that endanger Makaha Surfing Beach?

After all was said and done at the last Waianae Neighborhood Board meeting on March 5, 2013, the board concluded that the State Department of Transportation (DOT)  is the only authority that can appease the community of surfer...


New Owners of Waianae Mall Promise Improvements

Waianae Mall will change for the better after A&B Properties, Inc. redevelops the mall. David Haverly, representing the Alexander & Baldwin real estate company, spoke at the recent Waianae Neighborhood Board meeting on ...


Ark of Safety offers Waianae Easter egg hunt extravaganza

Every Easter season the Ark of Safety Christian Fellowship, led by Pastor Jay Amina, sponsors an egg hunt for its members and invites everyone in the Waianae community to participate. This holiday celebration will happen on Fri...



New Business Groups Face Waianae Neighborhood Board

Waianae Coast Neighborhood Board will meet on Tuesday, March 5, 2013, 7:00-10:00 P.M. at the Waianae District Park’s Muti-Purpose Room, 85-601 Farrington Highway.  They invite the public to listen to new business groups ...


Kenny Joseph: Waianae Pop Warner Football Coach

Head coach Kenny Joseph got  interested in football coaching by watching his father and brother coach.  Joseph started coaching youngsters in 1996 and began his first baseball season with his team Little Rascals, made up of f...


Sign-Waving Rewards Waianae Businessman, Inspires Others

Paul Brewer started small. He cleaned cars for a living, and he waved signs whenever he could. With his wife and young son he stood along streets and highways in Waianae town, waving a sign depicting Jesus’s pierced palm ...


Neighborhood Board Fears Destruction of Makaha Surfing Beach

During the January 8 meeting of the Waianae Neighborhood Board, concerns were voiced about the temporary access road, approved by the City and State, which will be used to bypass the forthcoming construction work on the Makaha ...