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Editorial: Permits can ease crush of parking

Last year, Honolulu created its first residential restricted parking zone. Inside the zone — along certain streets in Kalihi Valley’s Wilson Tract — each household gets a limited count of permits for overnight street parking. Read More

Island Voices

Island Voices: Empowered schools improve education

We invite the support and the scrutiny of all in the community as we blend our strengths in order to deliver on the promise and power of public education for the children of Hawaii. Read More

Letters

Letter: Hirono’s language insults our values

In all due respect to Congress, U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono is losing her cool by swearing a lot in view of the camera. She has been recorded as saying “God d—-,” “f—- them,” “bulls—t,” perhaps others. They can all be seen by Googling “Mazie Hirono swear words.” Read More

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Off the News

Editorial: Remembering the lives of Korean War dead

These were lives cut short by war, and yet filled with stories. The first of the 55 burial sets of U.S. service members lost during the Korean War have been ID’d as the remains of Master Sgt. Charles McDaniel and Pfc. William Hoover Jones. Read More

InsightIsland Voices

Column: School tax would help kids and deter rich outside investors

As voters we have a choice: Do we vote for our keiki, or do we vote for these wealthy developers? We must choose our keiki. Please vote YES on the amendment to fund our schools and our keiki. Read More

Name in the News

Name in the News: Jan Dill

Jan Hanohano Dill is a man of the world, but he’s most passionate about this particular little corner of it. Read More

Kauakukalahale

Column: He hana kā Hirono? He oki loa paha kā Kavanaugh

Synopsis: Political positions lie on a continuum. U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono’s is closer to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s than mine, as a captive participant in American politics. Read More

On Politics

On Politics: Much to discuss in Constitutional Convention — if voters can muster hope and engagement

In the November election, voters will be asked if they want to hold another convention. Read More

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