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HI-Priced Q&A: How A Single Mom Of Two Lives On $55,000 In Mililani

“A big concern of mine is maintaining the quality of life and not being in a position where my kids feel a sense of lack.”

How Did A Long-Discussed Beach Park Project Sneak Up On Waimanalo?

Times have changed since the redevelopment of Sherwood Forest was first discussed. These days, many residents just want to hang onto what they already have.

Sterling Higa: A Marketing Whiz In A World That’s Moving Beyond TV

A Moanalua High School graduate finds success — and an Emmy Award — in the revolutionary business of social media advertising and promotions.

Pod Squad: Kahi Mohala Helps Kids Facing A Mental Health Crisis

The end of the school year is a time when many children and teens exhibit heightened problems and more frequent thoughts of suicide.

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Thirty Meter Telescope Offers Hope For Hawaii’s Future www.tmt.org

Thirty Meter Telescope Offers Hope For Hawaii’s Future

It’s about creating jobs, respecting and preserving culture, and exploring the universe.

The Limits Of Words, The Power Of Images www.KauaiAinaArt.com

The Limits Of Words, The Power Of Images

Visual artist Daniel Finchum’s “Bruises In The Garden” project opens eyes and hearts.

Want To Reach Youth? There’s An App For That

Want To Reach Youth? There’s An App For That

To encourage civic engagement among Gen X and Z, go to the groups and join the platforms they use.

Searching For Answers To Unexplained Snorkeling Deaths Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat

Searching For Answers To Unexplained Snorkeling Deaths

Research shows that the deaths are not necessarily due to anxiety, panic, fatigue, inexperience or rebreathing carbon dioxide.