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Thursday, July 24, 2014         

Hawaii Talks

Most homeowners are not aware of the amazing opportunity they've been presented in Hawaii's current real estate and lending environment. Story »

Living with aches and pains can be managed with pills and prescriptions, but only the body can fully heal itself.  Story »

When starting your family, you work very hard to provide a home for them to live, grow and prosper in. So, deciding on the best company to help build your dream home can be an arduous and particular process. Story »

For more than 20 years, Ground Transport has provided those in the community with a safe way to travel and has been a trusted bus service for schools, nonprofits and private organizations. Story »

For more than 50 years, Midas Hawaii has proudly serviced the vehicles of Hawaii's families, and “is committed to earning your trust by providing you with the expertise, value and responsiveness you expect … Story »

The E.A. Buck Family of Companies began in 1980 as a typical broker-dealer. But over time, Ed Buck's vision broadened, and he saw a new strategic, education-based way to help clients plan for their financial lives. Story »

Among the multitude of Hawaii's private schools, how do you choose the best school for your child? It's a difficult decision, especially with a large number of new graduates who are highly accomplished, yet find it difficult to align themselves in their desired career. Story »

Vim N' Vigor started as a store offering vitamins and supplements, but has grown to be the epitome of a health and wellness establishment that has been named one of Hawaii's best. Story »

The roof is one of the most, if not the most, important structural features of your home. It shelters you, your family and all your possessions from the sun, rain and wind, and gives you a sense of protection from the outdoor elements above. Story »

For 30 years, Red Wing Shoes has provided Hawaii's workforce with safe footwear. The international franchise dates back to 1905, when it initially was founded to provide patrons with durable work shoes. Story »

The whiff of good saimin and teriyaki beef and sight of floating lanterns and festive bon dance fairs come to mind as a sign that the Japanese cultural Obon season has arrived. Story »

Nestled in the heart of Kaimuki, Sacred Hearts Academy has been serving Oahu's wahine population for more than 100 years.  Story »

Since 1969, when Bill Chee, President and CEO first opened the doors of Prudential Locations, the firm has been known for helping people realize their dream of homeownership. Story »

Dr. Jeremy Alosa is the owner and doctor of chiropractic at Arthritis Laser Treatment Center. We caught up with him recently and asked him a few questions about his background and practice. Story »

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