The changes to the Hawaii County recycling program on Oct. 16 caught nearly everyone off guard and this newspaper isnt an exception.
The editors recent sympathy for that poor Hilo/Honolulu developer in West Hawaii Todays editorial, Neighbors call for preservation curious, brought tears to my eyes. It was moving how you educated the public about how, [t]he legitimate work the developer has done to get this far has been sound. There is so much more to this story than you told.
Anti-development efforts tend to be as common as two-sided nickels.
A lot of hard work, empathy, planning and team work will be required in the coming years to help reduce the homeless problem, and the issues that surround it, but kudos to stakeholders for organizing to try and make it happen.
Kailua-Kona can learn a lot from Seattle.
When Jody Buddemeyer was sentenced in November to one year of probation for striking and killing a cyclist in 2015, many in the community — including this editorial board — felt the ex-officer got off lightly.
On Monday, a Kailua-Kona business owner took issue with West Hawaii Today’s Sunday enterprise story on the aggressive behavior by some of the homeless that has seemingly escalated over the last couple of years.
Detailing information with the community about what’s going on around the island is this newspaper’s daily mission, but every once and while it can be a difficult decision as to whether sharing certain information actually serves any public good.
It’s a bit difficult to appreciate the scope of the internal investigation going on right now inside the ranks of the state Department of Public Safety because it sounds like something that should be pretty straightforward.
KAILUA-KONA — It’s been one year since Robert Kim was sworn in as the 3rd Circuit Court’s newest judge.
With so much uncertainty swirling around the constitutional amendment proposal asking voters to raise property taxes to help fund public schools, it’s been impossible for anyone to say — should the measure pass — where the money would go.
Hawaii voters have a rare opportunity this election to take control of their government.