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Letter: Public schools need to be a top priority

Fact: Hawaii’s public school teachers are the lowest paid in the nation (factoring in the cost of living). Read More

Letter: Thankful that streets now have new signs

I am 87 years old and have lived in Kalama Valley for some 20 years. I was bothered by the fact that our street was missing a street sign for all those years. Read More

Letter: Multi-lane streets can be deadly

Regarding the recent pedestrian accidents, I don’t believe the fault lies with the drivers. Read More

Letter: School tax would raise housing costs

Vote no on the constitutional amendment that would add new state property taxes to our tax headaches. Read More

Letter: Hiraoka well-suited for ICA appointment

As someone who did not support Gov. David Ige in the recent primary election, I commend him for his choice of Judge Keith Hiraoka for the state Intermediate Court of Appeals. Read More

Editorial: Keep Convention Center in shape

Hawaii has a history of pursuing new construction — while showing little love for maintaining what’s already built. Read More
 

Medical cannabis dispensary will cross the Pali

Now that medical marijuana retail dispensaries are taking root in urban Honolulu, it’s likely that they’ll soon be sprouting elsewhere on-island. Read More
 

Letter: Kavanaugh lacks right temperament

I am a senior citizen and never really got too excited about the goings-on in Washington, D.C. — until now. Since the recent election, I usually went along with our president. Read More

Letter: Replace Columbus with Mother Cabrini

A recent commentary asked, “Should Columbus Day be renamed?” (Star-Advertiser, Oct. 8). Read More

Editorial: A stronger plan to fight bullying

Our public schools are tasked with providing a safe and reasonably pleasant learning environment for all students. And that’s achievable only with a zero-tolerance approach to bullying and related offenses. Read More

Column: Hawaii residents with disabilities find success in the workplace

This month, Hawaii can celebrate by participating in National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). Last year, 715 people in Hawaii with disabilities gained jobs. Read More

Hopes for a short hotel strike

Joining forces with union counterparts in Boston, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, San Diego and Detroit, thousands of workers at Marriott-operated hotels in Waikiki and on Maui launched a strike Monday under the nationwide group’s slogan: “One Job Should be Enough.” Read More

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