These groups need to get out their checkbooks now to pay the claims they are being charged with.
Empowering schools with education, research, data, and transparent communication will be key.
Distance learning makes it possible to bring learning home — literally. But schools need to be flexible with schedules and deadlines.
Tree trimming contractors are mulching an important agricultural product that could be used to help feed families in need.
The mother of a young man who survived COVID-19 is worried that people in Hawaii are ignoring the seriousness of the pandemic.
The Department of Education should not roll the dice on the lives of our teachers and children. We can afford to wait.
The work continues with safety protocols in place, helping the local economy during this time of crisis.
The governor could take a lesson from Queen Elizabeth who has learned to let the pony be the fall guy.
When they can effectively screen, track and host thousands of arrivals, then we’ll let the tourists back in Hawaii.
This time the destruction and overuse of Hawaii’s outdoor treasures can’t be blamed on tourists.
There is no balance to be struck when a pandemic rages at the door.
There are many, many reasons you don’t want to sit out this primary election.
They created hoohuli.org, which is designed to make voting easier and smarter in Hawaii.
After nearly five months of the pandemic, Gov. David Ige and his top health officials have yet to articulate an effective response strategy that gets the public behind them.
Mayoral candidate Keith Amemiya who paid more than $50,000 to be on the cover of MidWeek may have caused himself some political damage when voters read the fine print at the end and found out the glowing cover story was really a paid campaign ad.