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Here are some helpful links to get you started.

About: mexico roswell, New Mexico

Part of the greater Honolulu metro area, the town started as a sugar plantation with mostly migrant Chinese and Japanese workers.

Population: 38,216
Local Newspapers: Honolulu Star Advertiser Courier
Local Sports Teams: University of Hawai
Local Colleges: State UniversityLeeward Community College

Zip Codes associated with mexico roswell, New Mexico: 96797
Towns/Cities near mexico roswell, New Mexico : Ewa, Halawa, Wamalu, Waipio, Honolulu, Mililani

Waipahu News
Tunnel and freeway lane closures start Friday night

Cement pours, road repairs, rail construction and tunnel maintenance will again close lanes on the H-1 freeway and Likelike Highway this weekend. Likelike Highway will close in the Kaneohe-bound direction near the Wilson tunnel from 7 p.m. Saturday until 7 a.m. Sunday while crews clean the tunnel and do routine maintenance work.

Hawaii construction unions support bill to extend rail tax beyond 2022

Workers install guideway spans between rail columns in Ewa near D.R. Horton - Schuler Division's planned Hoopili subdivision in this file photo. Hawaii's construction unions are backing a bill that would extend Honolulu's surcharge on the state's general excise tax.

Waipahu, Hilo students conceive winner apps

Sharing your thoughts with the world with the click of a button? There's an app for that. Choosing a career path? No app for that as of yet, but some Hawaii students hope to create one.

Council votes to remove bus funds from rail's financial plan

The City Council voted 8-1 Wednesday to remove $210 million in federal bus funds from the rail's project's official financial plan. Councilman Brandon Elefante, who represents Aiea, Pearl City and Waipahu, was the only vote against Resolution 15-18.

Pitch Fork, a new-age dining experience

It's a science experiment into the senses. We're talking about a one-time dining experience called Pitch Fork It's a science experiment -- into the senses.

a DKNY opens new store at Hawaii's Waikele Premium Outlets

"Our international shoppers have shown excitement about the new store, and we are very pleased to add such a strong brand in the wake of our ongoing expansion," said Cesar Topacio , General Manager at Waikele Premium Outlets. The 221,000-square-foot outlet center at 94-794 Lumiaina St. in Waipahu is owned by Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group .

Latest road closures

For more information, please visit the project website at www.pmcontraflow.com or call the project hotline at 945-1144. a HALAWA TO HNL AIRPORT Lane closures on the H-1 Freeway in both directions between Halawa Heights/Stadium Off-Ramp and the Airport Off-Ramp on Wednesday, Feb. 11, through Friday morning, Feb. 13, from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. for overhead sign replacements a PEARL CITY Lane closures on the H-1 Freeway in both directions at the H-1/H-2 Merge between the Waipahu Street Overpass and the Waiawa Road Overpass on Sunday, Feb. 8, through Friday morning, Feb. 13, from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., for the rail project.

More lanes closed on H-1 freeway, Kamehameha Highway

Yellow construction equipment stood out against a cloudy sky as an overpass for the city's rail line took shape along the H-1 freeway in the WaiA pahu area. Starting Monday, rail construction and road reconstruction will close lanes on the H-1 freeway and Kamehameha Highway between Waipahu and Kalihi.

Lane closures could jam traffic on H-1 freeway

Weekend road work and lane closures will affect freeway traffic from Aiea to Waipahu, near the Airport and near downtown Honolulu this weekend. Kamehameha Highway will also be closed Sunday night in Mililani.

City Council women want task force to investigate HPD's policies on domestic violence

In the aftermath of a surveillance video last year that showed Honolulu police Sgt. Darren Cachola and his girlfriend involved in a violent tussle, the three women of the Honolulu City Council want to create a task force that will scrutinize HPD's policies and procedures on how cases of domestic abuse are handled.

Bill seeks to stop housing discrimination

In this September 2007 file photo, Micah Shiroma, 9, and "Uncle" Kaleo Perkins, 17, walked down Pupukahi Street in Waipahu. Perkins lives in the neighborhood which is composed largely of section 8 housing.