In a couple of weeks Hawaii's only sugar grower begins its 143th harvest season on Maui, the last plantation holdout from bygone days when sugar was king in the islands.
A pair of Japanese companies no longer have an inside track to develop two pieces of public land bordering Kewalo Harbor after an exclusive period to negotiate a lease with a state agency ran out and wasn't extended.
Clear the rafters a bit, they're going to need room for another banner above Pete Smith Court. The Kalaheo Mustangs used every bit of wit and skill, getting a near-flawless floor game from Kupaa Harrison in a point-forward role, and 30 points from marksman Kaleb Gilmore to stave off ‘Iolani 53-46 to capture the Division I state crown on Saturday night.
Ulu Matagiese has taken her share of bruises at the plate in her first two seasons with the University of Hawaii softball team. The sophomore from Waimea High took a turn inflicting punishment in UH’s last two games.
The state Capitol building will be in the spotlight Friday during the seventh annual Art at the Capitol event.
Rick and Susan Jackson live high on a hill. From their windows you can see all the way from Koko Head to Waikiki. What distinguishes them from their Waialae Nui neighbors is that the panorama vies for the couple's attention with their collection of 5,000 books.
Shrouded in mist, the sacred mountain rises above the countryside, majestic, mysterious and a little foreboding. Here, St. Patrick is said to have fasted for 40 days and nights as he wrestled with demons and banished snakes from Ireland.