Opposition rises to tax proposal

When voters cast their ballots in November, one of the issues they’ll be deciding on is a Constitutional Amendment that would establish a surcharge on investment real property.

Tooting the Paulo whistle

Paulo, the oldest operating steam locomotive in Hawaii, needs some work, and the Grove Farm Museum hosted the first Sugar Plantation Bash as a fundraiser to help get Paulo back on the tracks.

Kauai readies for Olivia

As Maui County weathered winds that wrenched trees from the ground and rains that raised the rivers Wednesday afternoon, people on Kauai watched the skies.

Kauai United Way target: $675,000

Giving to people in need is always a good thing to do, said Scott Giarman, executive director of the Kauai United Way during the 2018 Campaign Kickoff on Wednesday.

Free law fair for seniors

A free fair for seniors and their families is scheduled 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall in Lihue.

Glowing pink to fight cancer

Zumba instructor Sandie Ishii and a group of other Zumba teachers have a dream of glowing pink in October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Man gets 15 years for robbery

A man who escaped the Kauai Community Correctional Center and went on a crime spree in 2016 was sentenced Tuesday to 188 months, just over 15 years, imprisonment for robbing both a bank and a pharmacy on Kauai.