Pushing back against Gov. David Ige’s threatened furloughs, government worker unions showed they still have ample political influence despite a 2018 Supreme Court decision some said would weaken the organizations.
While tourism-fueled businesses struggle from tighter travel restrictions, the housing market has remained healthy and aquaculture continues to grow.
Despite examples of corporate greed, the Paycheck Protection Program has steered $2.5 billion in relief to 25,000 small businesses in Hawaii.
Hawaii’s economy is among the hardest hit in the country, a new report confirms.
A long-time local shop owner watches the waves, treads water, and waits for the storm to end.
Food hubs provide a way for farmers to sell their crops outside of grocery stores.
Amid pandemic, state and local government leaders do not defer to the state’s major industry.
Some see the recent uptick in people moving to Hawaii as an opportunity for the state. Others view the wave of newcomers as a threat.