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10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of Nov. 28 — Dec. 2

10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of Nov. 28 — Dec. 2

It was a rare week where the governor could bask in some good news.
Urban Planning, Architecture Books Atop Hawaii Governor’s Desk

Urban Planning, Architecture Books Atop Hawaii Governor’s Desk

Abercrombie says it's his job to "lead" when it comes to urban design.
What Convinced Honolulu Rail Officials That Ansaldo Could Do The Job?

What Convinced Honolulu Rail Officials That Ansaldo Could Do The Job?

Answers to questions in "eyeball to eyeball" encounter with CEO give HART board members confidence in process and contractor.
10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of Nov. 21-25

10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of Nov. 21-25

Taken for a Ride series returns with news that stories have prompted interest in Hawaii contracts by major mainland school bus company.
Ansaldo CEO Satisfies Honolulu Rail Board

Ansaldo CEO Satisfies Honolulu Rail Board

Concerns over $1.4 billion contract appear resolved after special committee meeting.
Hawaii Needs a ‘Butt Bill’

Hawaii Needs a ‘Butt Bill’

Cleanup of Kapiolani Park reveals worst offenders are smokers, who dump their butts where the rest of us walk.
10 Must Read Stories From The Week of Nov. 14-18

10 Must Read Stories From The Week of Nov. 14-18

APEC? It already seems so long ago...
Tired of Economic Woes, Negative News? Share Thanksgiving Stories

Tired of Economic Woes, Negative News? Share Thanksgiving Stories

There's much to be thankful for in Hawaii. We're ready to publish your stories for Thanksgiving.
10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of Nov. 7 – 11

10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of Nov. 7 – 11

There's this thing called APEC...
APEC 2011 Hawaii  — LIVE BLOG ARCHIVE – Nov. 11

APEC 2011 Hawaii — LIVE BLOG ARCHIVE – Nov. 11

The content of Civil Beat's live blog on Nov. 11.

APEC 2011 Hawaii — Historical Tidbits — A Greeting at Sea

Missionary's wife recounts arriving in Kailua in 1820.

APEC 2011 Hawaii — Historical Tidbits — Dress Well

Nine days after he arrived in the 1840s, John Ricord was named attorney general.