The laws are stricter now, but they still don’t go far enough to prevent supersized homes from spreading throughout Oahu’s older neighborhoods.
Mary Moriarty Jones says she wants to slow down traffic on Leahi Avenue with 30 new parking stalls, but residents say it’s unsafe.
Overtipping was a means to show solidarity and compassion to waiters struggling beneath their masks to dish out food and drink in the confines of small spaces.
COVID-19 made us realize that now is the time to embrace relationships and social justice.
Most Hawaii prison guard recruits opted not to get the vaccine. More than half got sick during training.
You have to wonder what’s the CDC’s rush when only 43% in Hawaii are fully vaccinated and across the United States just 37% are fully vaccinated.
But residents say just three things will make life better for them.
A bill to fortify Hawaii’s open State Capitol with metal detectors and security barriers thankfully dies in the Legislature.
‘O Patience “Pat” Nāmaka Wiggin Bacon, he ʻūmeke kāʻeo nāna i hoʻokoe mai i ko Hawaiʻi ʻōlelo a loina hoʻi.