Jim Camit and Glen Maghanoy are neighbors, friends and sons of Kahuku Sugar Mill workers. They both grew up in plantation housing, where there was a sense of shared destiny that blurred property lines. Story »
Buy in bulk at a discount, divide, then sell pieces at market prices for a profit.
This is a simple strategy, and works for a variety of things: Costco muffins, abandoned storage container contents and land. Story »
As one of Oahu's low-lying coastal areas not far from the mountains, Kahuku is a natural for flooding.
When the Kahuku Plantation Co. was building housing for its laborers in the early 1900s, it ended up constructing many of the homes in the middle of a floodway.
When the sheriff showed up with a moving van last month to evict Guy and Lynn Eugenio from their home of 43 years it sent shivers through this small North Shore community. More than 30 families living in the former plantation camp known as Kahuku Village V have been told they may be evicted.
Tony Locricchio doesn't mind starting a fight -- or dragging one out -- in litigation when he believes it's in the interest of "my people." His people are 31 clients renting old plantation homes at Kahuku Village V. Story »
It's been 42 years since the last whistle blew ending work at the Kahuku Plantation Co., though in some respects, life in one neighborhood has gone on as if the sugar mill never closed. In Kahuku Village V, or KV5, streets are mostly narrow and unpaved. Story »
An attorney representing many Kahuku Village V residents has launched a new salvo in a fight to keep his clients from being evicted from their rental homes -- a 233-page lawsuit filed in state court Monday.
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Underground art went wildly public Feb. 8-15 on the streets of Kakaako, where more than 100 local and international street artists installed a colorful splash of murals across area buildings and walls, while also gathering throughout the week for art-focused lecture series, films and a block party – a movement known as Pow! Wow! Read More »