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Voters will decide whether to amend the county charter to crack down on the proliferation of vacation rentals.
State Sen. Donovan Dela Cruz and a state agency are aggressively moving ahead with development plans for Central Oahu’s Whitmore Village.
Hawaii’s county governments hope the court will act quickly to invalidate the measure that would allow the state to tax property for education.
Prominent influencers are using the startup company’s program, which has 6 million downloads and counting.
Thanks to a 1997 Supreme Court ruling, the deck is stacked against the ConCon and the constitutional amendment for school funding.
Cuddling industry workers report making as much as $5,000 a month providing human contact to those willing to pay for it.
The owner of Smith’s Union Bar in Chinatown, opened in 1935, worries his landlord won’t renew the bar’s lease.
The rail agency’s directors approve the concept of a public-private partnership to design and build the stretch through the central part of the city.