Innergex Renewable Energy wins two Hawaiian Electric solar-plus-storage project bids: Public presentations set for Oct. 29 and Nov. 1 to discuss Waimea project
WAIMEA — Innergex Renewable Energy Inc., an independent public power company based in Quebec, Canada, was selected by Hawaiian Electric Companies earlier this month to develop and operate two new utility-scale solar farms in Hawaii.
WAIMEA — Work is well underway on the expansion of three North Hawaii Community Hospital (NHCH) facilities in Waimea that will largely increase their health care scope for patients both on and off campus: a Primary Care Clinic, a Specialty Clinic and an expanded emergency room.
WAIMEA — With 20 years on the police force under her belt, Sherry Bird easily stepped into her new role as captain of the Waimea Police Station Aug. 1.
WAIMEA — Luala’i, a subdivision near the center of Waimea, has unofficially become “Halloween Central” over the years since it was incorporated in 2003. The community’s low-traffic, well-lit streets and closely spaced houses are perfect for trick-or-treating youngsters and their parents looking for a convenient and safe place to enjoy Halloween.
WAIMEA — The 19th annual George Heneghan Halloween Fun Run and Monster Mash Dash will begin at 7:30 a.m. this Sunday on Parker School’s lower campus.
Waimea Country School welcomes interested children and their families to an Admission Open House from 10 a.m.-noon November 3. Visitors will tour the campus and hear about the school’s fully accredited learning program and ohana atmosphere from faculty, students and parents.
From 4-8 p. m. this Thursday, the Under the Bodhi Tree staff will host a launch party for the plant-based restaurant’s brand new cookbook in their store at The Shops at Mauna Lani. Residents and visitors can pick up a copy and get it signed by Chef Stephen Rouelle, while enjoying light pupus, kombucha and refreshments as part of the celebration. Live music will be performed by Mikey Fiyah and the Bodhi Tree House Band.
Once a month, residents and visitors can bring a beach chair or blanket for a free outdoor movie at the Coronation Pavilion in Queens’ Shops at Waikoloa Beach Resort.