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Enjoy authentic Greek foods, pastries, wines, beer, and ouzo at this year’s Greek Festival! The festival is Saturday and Sunday, August 26…
If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, Hawaii CW Star, Mikey Monis has you covered in today’s What’s Up Weekend feature.
Green Point Nurseries in Hilo is Hawaii’s Premier Producer Exporter of Anthurium, Tropical Flowers and Foliage.
Kalama Epstein is a Hawaii boy living his dream. The 17-year-old currently plays Noah on the Freeform television show “The Fosters.”
It’s a dinner unlike any other in Waikiki! “Hawaii: Remixed” at the Prince Waikiki will feature song, dance, art, and a live performance.
Patti Bryan and Susan McIntire tells us how the business got started and why their orthotics are so popular.
Floral is always in style and in season in Hawaii!
U.S. Senator Brian Schatz says it is the “most significant work that’s been done to make rail happen in years.”
It seems every day we turn on our smartphones or computers someone is tweeting or posting something offensive or hateful.
According to the National Hurricane Center, Harvey made landfall at 10 p.m. CDT as a Category 4 hurricane near Rockport, Texas.
According to a report from the Honolulu Police Department, the department paid more than $171,000 for overtime and expenses over the last fi…
Cika Afoa has been riding the bus for years, and says she has never experienced anything like what happened Wednesday morning.
This year, 17 pups paddled out to compete for best wave, best tandem, and best costume.
The first pair of Hawaii high school football standouts to earn invites into the 2018 Polynesian Bowl over the next 13 weeks were revealed T…
Construction in front of the hospital is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 26, 5:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
A shipping company worker spotted the snake as they were unloading a pallet from a container that arrived from California.
It happened at around 11:30 p.m. on Ena Road.
Through 643pest.org, you can upload photos of invasive species and even mark the location of where you found the pest on a map.