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Hospice Hawaii Hires New Director of Clinical Operations

Hospice Hawaii Hires New Director of Clinical Operations

HONOLULU - Hospice Hawaii has hired Fay Van Fleet as director of clinical operations, where she will be responsible for the coordination and delivery of patient services and overall clinical leadership. 

Van Fleet joins Hospice Hawaii with over 15 years of healthcare leadership experience. Most recently, she was the director of patient care South Region at the Hospice of Palm Beach County. Prior to this, she held positions as nurse manager at JFK Medical Center in Florida; clinical director of the South Florida Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant Center; and clinical manager of Gambro Healthcare Services in Florida. 

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Ala Moana Hotel Goes ‘Green’ with New INNCOM System

Ala Moana Hotel Goes ‘Green’ with New INNCOM System

Ala Moana Hotel has turned over a new leaf by installing a state-of-the-art INNCOM system to reduce its environmental footprint. The system automatically reduces cooling and energy consumption by using sensors to monitor when guests leave their room, allowing guests to enjoy an eco-friendly vacation. The energy management system was installed in each of Ala Moana Hotel’s 1,176 guest rooms.

“With the new INNCOM system in place, Ala Moana Hotel is making strides to complete its green energy master plan,” said Dave Lawrence, general manager of Ala Moana Hotel. “Receiving this rebate from Hawaii Energy is a win-win for both the hotel’s Association of Apartment Owners, who funded the project, as well as guests who wish to stay in touch with the environment while on vacation.”

Honolulu HomeLoans explains current housing market trends in new infographic

Honolulu HomeLoans explains current housing market trends in new infographic

In an effort to educate homebuyers about Oahu’s increasingly favorable residential real estate market, Honolulu HomeLoans (HHL), Hawaii’s leading mortgage banker, has outlined the latest home sales trends in a new infographic, which can be viewed by clicking the button that reads, "Oahu’s Home Sales Are Heating Up!" on the home page of their website.

The “Oahu’s Home Sales Are Heating Up” infographic compares the current market to last year’s market to show increasing sales of both single-family homes and condominium units. The comparison is based on statistics obtained from the Honolulu Board of REALTORS® monthly report, which is compiled from MLS data.

Sacred Hearts Academy sharp shooter wins national honor

Sara Tashima

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow)- A
senior at Sacred Hearts Academy (SHA) in Honolulu participated this week in the
National Rifle Association (NRA) Junior Air Gun Championship and the National
Air Rifle Junior Olympics in Anniston, Alabama.

SHA's
Sara Tashima placed fifth individually overall in the NRA competition and won
second place in the standing shooting competition. 

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Hawai`i Five-0 Season 4 Blessing

Hawai`i Five-0 Season 4 Blessing

It was the start of a new endeavor for some and a homecoming for others as the Hawai`i Five-0 production returned to its original location.

The Hawai`i Film Studio is the only state owned and operated one of its kind in the country. It served as the home for the original Hawai`i Five-0 and Magnum P.I.

Dennis Chun who plays “Sgt. Duke Lukela” on the show has a lot of history with the film studio. He acted in Magnum P.I. and his father was Kam Fong Chun, who played “Chin Ho Kelly” in the original Hawai`i Five-0.

“It’s just fantastic to be back here,” Chun said. “It feels like we’re ‘home.’ There’s so much legacy and history here and we’re going to add a lot more history and legacy here because I think it’s going to be a fantastic season.”

Alex O’Loughlin who plays “Steve McGarrett” on Hawai`i Five-0 enjoyed his first time at the studio.

RevoluSun expands to the Big Apple

RevoluSun expands to the Big Apple

HONOLULU –  Solar energy firm RevoluSun today announced the opening of a new office in Nyack, New York. Led by owners Nicholas Grisanti and George Landi, this is the solar integrator’s fifth office in three states. As the third RevoluSun franchise, the New York office is located at 38 S Franklin St. Nyack, New York 10960 and serves homeowners primarily in Rockland, Westchester and Orange counties, with plans to initially hire 15 sales, marketing and operations support personnel.

"We're pleased to expand again, at a time when New York homeowners are just beginning to realize the value of solar energy," said Todd Georgopapadakos, RevoluSun Principal.  "New York is a booming solar market and our system will allow our New York partners to grow quickly to meet the demand."

Steve Markowitz Named Vice Chairman of Volta Industries

Steve Markowitz Named Vice Chairman of Volta Industries

HONOLULUwww.VoltaCharging.com – Volta Industries LLC (Volta) today announced Steve Markowitz has been named Vice Chairman. Volta operates the Volta Network, Hawaii’s only free-to-use electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. One of the largest networks of both free and pay-to-use EV charging stations on Oahu, Volta is actively expanding its presence on the mainland, with a focus on California and Arizona.