KAILUA-KONA — Moseying among the booths and tables at the 13th annual Hawaii Island Living + Design Show, those who call Hawaii Island home browsed for inspiration while local business owners connected with potential new clients.
Hawaii a destination for adventure — safety be darned — yet officials continue to push for precaution in a daunting fight
KA LAE — For a moment, Marek Zak was flying.
Proposal aims to have abandoned vehicles removed quicker — but some officials point to problems with the plan
KAILUA-KONA — A bill aimed at getting abandoned vehicles off public roads quicker in Hawaii passed a state Senate committee this week with overwhelming support.
WAIMEA — As residents and visitors alike wandered throughout Waimea, taking in the sounds of taiko drummers amid the splashes of pink of the cherry blossoms along Church Row, one thing was apparent: There isn’t anything like the Waimea Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival.