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The city’s stormwater woes are felt most acutely in the same neighborhoods that have been historically left behind when it comes to infrastructure investments.
The problem is compounded by a growing waitlist and the department’s chronic money woes, shortfalls that prompt the agency to lease some of its Oahu lands to commercial interests.
THE GOVERNMENT PROMISED TO RETURN ANCESTRAL HAWAIIAN LAND, THEN NEVER FINISHED THE JOBBY ROB PEREZ, HONOLULU STAR-ADVERTISER, AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICADECEMBER 19, 2020PROPUBLICA
There’s not a definitive solution to the free-throw shooting woes of Paralympic athletes.
Translating that advice into action will be no easy task in today’s political climate, but the report suggests it’s time to stop blaming technology for our woes.
The push for more dramatic responses to the city’s homelessness and housing woes line up with the results of recent VOSD polling showing the vast majority of county residents consider those issues among the region’s foremost crises.
The restructuring is the latest chapter in Cathay’s year of woe.
When you think of that scale, it puts into perspective that some of the woes we hear about are very minor.
Sorting out their woes with the man advantage could be the key to the Lightning’s cup chances.
The woes of UBS, which turned 150 years old that year, had taken on the urgency of a national crisis.
A Google search led them to the past legal woes of Miller, LNGE’s co-founder and director.
RICK PERRY’S UKRAINIAN DREAMBY SIMON SHUSTER, TIME, AND ILYA MARRITZ, WNYCSEPTEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA

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