Who can we beat up with property tax?

The ongoing furor in Honolulu over the extent to which the rail project is adequately funded, or lack thereof, and the possibility of new state-mandated property taxes to fund education, lead us to look at how we can or should make property tax classifications.

Kapahulu Safeway customer wins $1M

HONOLULU — Safeway announced today that a lucky customer of the Kapahulu Safeway store is the first customer in Hawaii to win the $1 million prize in the Albertsons Companies Monpoly Collect & Win Game.

Pioneer posts half a century on Kauai

The Corteva Agriscience plant DNA lab is abuzz with activity as Pioneer Seed Company celebrates 50 years in Hawaii this week, culminating in a Friday celebration on the Westside.

‘Nothing like it available in Hawaii’

Situated on the only remaining undeveloped oceanfront land along the Poipu coastline, Makahuena Estates is the first newly constructed seafront subdivision offered for purchase in Poipu since 1950.

If you don’t rock the boat, how do you change its direction?

A little over 20 years ago, on May 6, 1998, then-Maui Mayor Linda Lingle was speaking to a group of business leaders from the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii. Before the meeting, she was told that she could speak on anything she wanted to, but was specifically told not to criticize any specific person in government.