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Island Insurance introduces new Contractors Errors and Omissions Coverage to Hawaii

Island Insurance introduces new Contractors Errors and Omissions Coverage to Hawaii

Island Insurance Company, Ltd., the State’s largest locally-owned Property and Casualty insurance carrier, is the first in Hawaii to offer Contractors Errors and Omissions (E & O) Coverage to its commercial insurance policyholders. 

Contractors E & O Coverage is an optional coverage that protects small contractors from claims of property damage against their work, product, or impaired property caused by unintentional faulty workmanship or materials.  With coverage limits of: $500,000 per claim limit and $1 million aggregate limit, this coverage is especially beneficial to small contractors and those engaged in specialized trades including but not limited to:

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Kaiser Permanente Offers Classes and Resources at its Honolulu Medical Office

Conveniently located on Pensacola Street, the Kaiser Permanente Honolulu Medical Office offers many resources for the community, ranging from fitness classes to support groups.  Please note that while all are welcome, pre-registration is sometimes required to attend.


Body Conditioning (Session B)
Feel good about exercising. Aerobics appropriate for all levels including beginners. Pre-registration is required, please call 432-2260.
WHEN: Monday and Wednesday, 6-7PM
March 5 – April 23 (no class March 26)
WHERE:  Kaiser Permanente Honolulu Medical Office
3rd Floor Waiting Area
1010 Pensacola Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
COST: $5 member, $6.50 nonmember, $4 employee

Hawaii’s homeowners are happy, healthy and growing

Hawaii’s homeowners are happy, healthy and growing

Honolulu HomeLoans, Hawaii’s leading mortgage banker, is releasing a “Happy Homeowner” graphic, which details the many reasons Hawaii’s homeowners are happy, healthy and growing. The illustrations detail Hawaii’s wellbeing rankings from recent Gallup-Healthways polls, average temperatures and days of sunshine, and national fitness rankings. These facts are juxtaposed with HHL’s transactions since 2010, showing how the average loan size and units sold continue to grow each year.

Learn How to Be Money Smart at Hawaii State Library in April

Learn How to Be Money Smart at Hawaii State Library in April

The Hawaii State Library will offer free programs in observance of Money Smart Week @ your library (April 5-12), a public awareness campaign of the American Library Association and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances.  Programs include:

•             April 5 (Saturday), 2 p.m., First Floor Reading Room – “Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft.”  Karen Ho, a financial educator with one of Hawaii’s largest federal credit unions, will provide information about identity theft and how individuals can protect themselves.  This program is for ages 18 and older and will include a question-and-answer session.  For more information, call the Library’s Business, Science & Technology Section at 586-3481.

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Update: Two men could be responsible for more than 30 storage unit break-ins

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow)- Update (Thursday): Honolulu Police believe two men are responsible for dozens of burglaries at storage units all over Oahu.

No arrests have been made but police sources say, they do know who they are looking for.

The storage locker crimes started late last year but really picked up recently.  There were almost 30 in March and already five in the first few days of April. Hardest hit, customers of Public Storage on Kapiolani Boulevard.

Original Story posted Wednesday:

Police have opened an investigation after thieves broke into 18 storage units at the Public Storage facility on Kapiolani Boulevard.

According to investigators, the break-ins occurred sometime Sunday night or early Monday morning, when the storage facility is closed.

These Businesses are Real Sports

These Businesses are Real Sports

This summer supporting local businesses can put an extra spring in the step of Special Olympics Hawai‘i athletes. A number of companies have stepped up to the plate to raise funds and help get our athletes to the State Summer Games this May. They include: 

* Menchies (Ward Centers, Kapolei, Mililani): Ongoing

* Teddy’s Bigger Burger (Kapiolani, Wahiawa): April 1 – May 31

* Chun Wah Kam (Ala Moana, Waimalu): April 1 - 30

* Farrell’s (98-1005 Moanalua Rd): April 1 – 30

* Island Treasures Art Gallery (602 Kailua Rd): April 1 - 30

* Kakaako Kitchen (1200 Ala Moana Blvd): April 1 – 30

* Subway (1106 Pensacola St): April 1 - 30

* Uncle Clay’s House of Pure Aloha (820 W Hind Dr): April 15 – 30

Kaiser Permanente Hosts Keiki Passenger Safety Check-ups in April and May

Kaiser Permanente Keiki Passenger Safety Calendar Listing

Is your child’s car seat or booster seat installed properly? Find out by getting it checked by a child passenger safety technician certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). By appointment only. Pre-registration required, please call 432-2260. Note: Install your child’s car seat before your appointment and bring your car manual and car seat instructions.

Keiki Passenger Safety 2014 Check-up
COST: Free
REGISTER: Appointments must be booked in advance by calling 808-432-2260

WHEN: Sat., April 5 – 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
WHERE: Unibodytech
789 Mapunapuna St.
Honolulu, HI 96819

WHEN: Wed., April 23 – 3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: Kamaaina Kids Preschool – Mililani Tech
345 Kahelu Ave.