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Public hearings set on school bullying, discipline

Public hearings will give the community a chance to comment on proposed changes to rules against bullying and harassment at Hawaii public schools. Read More

Pacific Office turns profit on Pan Am sale

Pacific Office Properties Trust Inc. ended a string of 24 consecutive quarterly losses by carving out an $8.4 million profit in the July-September period following its sale of the Pan Am Building. Read More

Maui’s home prices approach record high

Maui single-family home prices surged in October, but sales retreated and the condominium market was down. Read More

Hawaiian Airlines passenger traffic increases 0.5 percent

Hawaiian Airlines’ passenger traffic edged up 0.5 percent in October from the year-earlier period as the company expanded its route network and offered more seats. Read More

Ocean Watch: Shark encounters, water spouts and koalas

We were at the moment hiking one of Magnetic Island’s superb trails where we saw seven koala bears in the wild. Read More

Man seriously injured in Waimanalo stabbing

A 25-year-old man was taken to a hospital after he sustained stab wounds in Waimanalo early today. Read More

Man arrested in assault of officer in Waipahu

Police arrested a 25-year-old man who allegedly assaulted a police officer Wednesday night in Waipahu. Read More

Fans enjoy a low-stress lead-up to the first of 3 Bruno Mars concerts

The advance advisories from Aloha Stadium this week suggested a considerable amount of planning had gone into preparing for last night’s Bruno Mars concert. Read More

Hilo gun owner contests petition in open-carry case

The attorneys for the Hilo man challenging Hawaii’s open-carry gun law filed a response Thursday to the state’s latest legal maneuver, saying its argument is both legally wrong and “far too little and far too late.” Read More

Private partner sought for Blaisdell Center redevelopment

Mayor Kirk Caldwell is hoping to find a private partner to help pay for the planned redevelopment of the Neal S. Blaisdell Center complex. Read More

Lee Cataluna: Diversity in politics old news to Hawaii

In covering the midterm elections across the country this week, journalists kept marveling over the “rainbow wave,” the large number of women, minorities and LGBT candidates from across the country who won seats in Congress. Read More

Kokua Line: Gates, bag claims renamed ahead of airport expansion

Question: New signs at the Honolulu airport are a big improvement, but what was the reasoning to switch gate identification from numbers to letters, and vice versa, with baggage claim letters to numbers? Read More

Union of Hawaiian Telcom, Cincinnati Bell ‘going well’

It’s getting dissed by a competitor as no longer being a local company, but Hawaiian Telcom is doing well since Ohio-based Cincinnati Bell acquired the longtime kamaaina phone, internet and TV service provider in July. Read More

Down to Earth to open new store at Pearlridge

Down to Earth Organic & Natural is opening its first stand-alone grocery store at Pearlridge Center on Dec. 1, replacing another location at the west end of the mall. Read More

Rearview Mirror: Escape by isle resident among WWI’s centennial stories

The 100th anniversary of the end of World War I is Sunday. The impact of this “Great War”— as it was called at the time — in Hawaii was quite different from the Second World War. Read More

Dunkin’ recognizes isle franchise

Aloha Petroleum Ltd., owner of the Dunkin’ (formerly Dunkin’ Donuts) franchise in Hawaii, has opened 11 outlets over the past 18 months. Read More

Waimea Park Bandstand closes due to vandalism

The Waimea Park Bandstand will be closed until further notice after vandals broke the sinks and toilets in the bathroom and damaged a public water fountain and maintenance storage lockers, according to the Hawaii County Department of Parks and Recreation. Read More

Man found at Ala Wai harbor dies

A 60-year-old man who was found unresponsive in waters near the Ala Wai Boat Harbor has died. Read More

Class-action lawsuit filed over hotel strike lodgings

A North Carolina doctor and his wife have filed a class-action lawsuit against Marriott International and Kyo-Ya Hotels & Resorts for not telling them that the workers in their hotel were on strike before they came here on their honeymoon. Read More

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