In effect for Big Island/ East Facing Shores now through Thursday.
Via: West Hawaii Today — Hawaii Island is known for several black sand beaches, but Spencer Beach Park isn’t one of them. But it was there a handful of black splotches caught the attention of beachgoers last week and sparked… Continue Reading
A nationwide program by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Community Emergency Response Teams teach volunteers how to respond to disaster situations and support professional emergency responders. The CERT training curriculum includes education about basic disaster response, emergency communications, light search and rescue and more. Continue Reading
Via: BIVN – The County of Hawaiʻi is again offering Christmas tree recycling at certain transfer stations through January 15. To help make the holidays greener, the Solid Waste Division of the Department of Environmental Management says residential customers are encouraged to… Continue Reading
via: Radio Ink With no end to the government shutdown in sight, The FCC has announced it will suspend most operations in the middle of the day on Thursday. At that time, employees will have up to four hours to… Continue Reading
The law prohibits employers from asking job applicants about their pay rates at previous jobs, or using the applicants’ salary histories to determine their pay and benefits at their new job, unless the prospective employee discloses that information without prompting. Continue Reading
On a recent day, the Hawaii Department of Health’s website reported zero sulfur dioxide parts per million at each of several monitors placed around the island in response to the eruption. Continue Reading