With little else but a name and a photo, Stacy Kapeliela is hoping a relative of this mystery woman will come forward.
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Diamond Bakery says ever since it launched a new line of shortbread cookies in October, customers have been helping themselves to sample the…
In his speech, Mayor Alan Arakawa announced that he wants to close Waiehu Golf Course, Maui’s only public golf course.
The Harold K.L. Castle Foundation says it won’t pay $50,500 unless the integrity of the process is assured.
AEDs are devices that can restore a regular heart rhythm during sudden cardiac arrest.
The fourth annual Geremy Robinson Senior Basketball Classic will be held on Saturday, March 11th at the Neal Blaisdell Arena as the precurso…
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Stage Restaurant is a full service Dinner Restaurant that has ala carte entrees and appetizers. They have just introduced a new Tapas conce…
Honolulu Magazine is here with the state’s best-selling monthly magazine and the March issue is full of great stories and just out on newsst…
CHA CHEEZE is this week’s featured savory and ono popcorn. We are back to basics here with a simple, light cheddar cheese.
His experience in courts spans decades and was an adjunct professor at UH’s Richardson School of Law.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says it was centered off the windward coast of Maui.
For years, residents along a steep slope on Kuahea Street say they’ve been dealing with cracked pavement, potholes, and broken water mains.
Critics are calling foul, while supporters say it doesn’t dampen his qualifications nor the hiring process from here on out.
Some of the money went to drivers who simply parked at the wrong place at the wrong time.
The two sides will meet in court on March 15, just one day before the ban is set to begin.
The case has been referred to the Honolulu Police Department.
While some of those storms will ease as night falls, the threat of heavy rain remains through Friday.
Benjamin Meyer says he didn’t think twice about stopping to help.