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LOCAL NEWS

News affecting the North Shore Community of Oahu. The North Shore Chamber of Commerce posts these news articles for informational purposes. Many of the articles are from local news agencies such as the Honolulu Advertiser, the Honolulu Star Bulletin, Pacific Business News, North Shore News, and other local publishers.

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September 11, 2009
Developer moves forward with North Shore wind farm plans
The Oregon developer looking to erect wind turbines on a Kahuku ridge is moving forward with permitting for the project.

West Wind Works wants to put up 10 wind turbines for a project it’s calling Na Pua Makani, which is expected to generate 25 megawatts of renewable energy.

The proposed site consists of 232 acres in Koolauloa near the Kahuku Agricultural Park and the abandoned Kahuku Airfield on Oahu’s North Shore.
More at Pacific Business News

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September 11, 2009
Xcel Donates Over $9,000 to the Cancer Research Center of Hawaii
Xcel International, Inc. (Xcel) has donated over $9,000 to the Cancer Research Center of Hawaii (CRCH) as part of an ongoing partnership to promote skin cancer awareness and prevention through UV protection.
More at the Honolulu Advertiser

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September 6, 2009
More jobs, growth of BYUH behind plan for La'ie's future
The plan by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to build 1,200 homes, a shopping center, churches, parks and light industrial complex at Malaekahana may succeed where earlier plans have failed, officials say.
More at the Honolulu Advertiser

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August 26, 2009
Urban Honolulu, Windward areas will join curbside recycling Nov. 2
Urban Honolulu and Windward Coast households, be on the lookout.

It's your turn to join the city's curbside recycling, which means those green and blue bins are going to be dropped in your driveways sometime during the next eight or nine weeks as the city rolls out the third phase of the program.
More at the Honolulu Advertiser

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June 19, 2009
Pa'ia, Hale'iwa among best surf towns in U.S.
Pa'ia, Maui, and Hale'iwa, O'ahu, are on the list of "Ten Best Surf Towns in America" in the July issue of Surfer magazine.

Hale'iwa is ranked No. 2 on the list, thanks primarily to its "hands-down the best surf in America."
More at the Honolulu Advertiser

June 7, 2009
Seal of Quality a boost for Isle farms
State program emphasizes value of home-grown agriculture
Papayas, cucumbers, eggplant and sea asparagus — all home-grown in Hawai'i along O'ahu's Windward coast from La'ie to Kahuku — are gaining a place on the plates at fine-dining restaurants as well as Island tables partly through a state program that highlights high-end products.
More at the Honolulu Advertiser

May 15, 2009
Shark-cage dive tours little risk to public safety Hawaii, study finds
2-year Isle study finds the animals stay far out to sea
A scientific study of shark-cage dive tours in Hawai'i indicates they pose little risk to public safety, largely because they operate at least three miles offshore and are frequented by Galapagos and sandbar sharks, two species rarely involved in attacks on humans.
More at the Honolulu Advertiser

February 11, 2009
Haleiwa disaster recovery center to become SBA loan center
The Disaster Recovery Center in Haleiwa will close this weekend and reopen next week as a U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Outreach Center.

The center, located at the Waialua Community Association on Kamehameha Highway, will close at 5 p.m. on Saturday and reopen Feb. 17.
More at Pacific Business News

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February 11, 2009
Haleiwa to get farmer's market
A new farmer ’s market will open in Haleiwa in April.

The Haleiwa Farmer’s Market will open April 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Kamehameha Highway and Cane Haul Road, next to the North Shore Marketplace.
More at Pacific Business News

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February 6, 2009
Haleiwa’s 101-year-old market will become a Longs
The historic family-run Haleiwa Super Market on Oahu’s North Shore will close on Feb. 15 after 101 years in business and its owners have sold the company to Longs Drug Stores for an undisclosed amount.
More at Pacific Business News

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