The Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association is within a week of tentatively releasing a spring sports schedule, HHSAA Executive Director Christoper Chun announced on KHON2 in a recent interview.
HANAPEPE — The Ka‘ie‘ie Waho Company, a subsidiary of Pacific Current, acquired Kaua‘i’s Port Allen Solar Facility in part to decrease the state’s dependence on the tourism industry.
Layton Construction Company was recognized for its work on the Adolescent Treatment and Healing Center in Kapaia by Hawai’i Business magazine in its October edition.
LIHU’E — Philip Garboden is alarmed by two concerning trends related to rental delinquencies throughout the state of Hawai‘i.
LIHU‘E — Citing a rule 9 violation, a Fifth Circuit Court judge dismissed a case without prejudice for charges filed against a Kaua‘i Correctional Center inmate accused of sexually assaulting a woman during a work-release program in August of 2018.
PRINCEVILLE — Princeville Makai Golf Club’s General Manager Doug Suttor decided to admit his enthusiasm for the third annual Princeville Patriot Golf Day which will take place at 7:45 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 at Makai’s Golf Course.
LIHU’E — When Adam Tabalno enters a national and international weightlifting competition, he isn’t just doing this to fulfill his competitive edge.
LIHU‘E — During the early stages of COVID-19, Dr. Addison Bulosan intuitively knew musicians specializing in live performance would struggle to adapt to the changing landscape of the post-COVID economy.
The majority of Tua Tagovailoa fans anxiously await his first snap inside in a real NFL game.
PRINCEVILLE — JP Parrish doesn’t anticipate a spike in tourism when tourists are allowed to return to the island on Oct. 15.
LIHU‘E— State Fifth Circuit Court Judge Kathleen N. A. Watanabe ordered a Moloa‘a man into custody without bail Wednesday afternoon.