The number of students applying as undergraduates to the University of Hawaii at Manoa this year jumped 32 percent over last year, with applications for freshmen soaring a whopping 66 percent.
Posted on March 17, 2019 • Updated on March 16, 2019 at 5:50 pm
Each week, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser publishes Oahu statistics for marriage licenses and birth certificates filed with the state Department of Health’s Vital Statistics System. The dates indicate when the information was filed. Read More
By Christine Donnelly firstname.lastname@example.org on March 19, 2019 • Updated on March 18, 2019 at 10:30 pm
By Christine Donnelly email@example.com Posted on March 19, 2019 • Updated on March 18, 2019 at 10:30 pm
Question: I noticed in the “Legal Notices” section of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser that the state Judiciary expects vacancies for the position of Family Court judge. Interested applicants have an April deadline for applying.
By Michael Tsai firstname.lastname@example.org on February 19, 2019 • Updated on February 18, 2019 at 10:19 pm
By Michael Tsai email@example.com Posted on February 19, 2019 • Updated on February 18, 2019 at 10:19 pm
If you want to do business with Miller Industries, you’ll need to pick up the phone and have an actual conversation with an actual human being or, better, stop by the shop on Kalihi Street, where you can have that same actual conversation face to face with one of those human beings.
By Richard Brill, Special to the Star-Advertiser on February 15, 2019
By Richard Brill, Special to the Star-Advertiser Posted on February 15, 2019
Outside the window, 7 miles up, the wings of the jet airliner slice through the invisible air that seems magically to keep it aloft. It reminds me that we are immersed in Earth’s invisible atmosphere all of the time.
By Chad Kalepa Baybayan and Emily Peavy, ʻImiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii on February 24, 2019 • Updated on February 23, 2019 at 10:36 pm
By Chad Kalepa Baybayan and Emily Peavy, ʻImiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii Posted on February 24, 2019 • Updated on February 23, 2019 at 10:36 pm
Kekaomakali‘i, the Canoe Bailer, is now filling the western region of the sky. In this starline we can make out the recognizable stars that make up Kaheiheionakeiki, also well known as Orion the Hunter.