LIHU‘E — Hotels on the island of Kauai put up big numbers in August with occupancy exceeding 80 percent, in turn generating tens of millions of dollars in revenue for lodging establishments.
Millions of American are in debt, but debt relief companies have their own issues. American consumers hold more than $16 trillion of debt in the form of mortgages, credit cards, personal lines of credit, home equity lines of credit, student loans and personal loans. When emergencies strike or monthly paychecks don’t always cover bills, countless credit repair and debt relief companies offer to help.
LIHU‘E — School principals, who represent a number of schools in the Kaua‘i Area Complex, were pleasantly interrupted by Corteva Agriscience’s Laurie Yoshida and Ryan Oyama on Wednesday.
This week we look at Governor Green‘s Emergency Proclamation Relating to Housing, and his use of the emergency statutes to suspend many of the laws that account for delays upon delays in housing starts.
KAPA‘A — After only two years in business, Kilauea Fine Jewelry is bringing its diamonds, gems and pearls to Kapa‘a Town as it opens up a second location on Kaua‘i’s east side.
LIHU‘E — Hotels on the island of Kaua‘i posted the highest average daily rate of the year in July, as room prices continued to climb through the summer months.
We’re still well into the aftermath of the Maui and Hawai‘i County wildfires. Our governments have opened up their coffers and have begun doling out lots of money toward disaster relief and emergency assistance.
WAILUA — As Kaua‘i’s newest craft brewery, Napali Brewing Company, released its first flight of beers this month, with its owners assuring The Garden Island they were only just getting started.
KILAUEA — The clinic manager at Kilauea’s North Shore Medical Center says people incorrectly believe the center is closing, following the recent announcement that the nearby Kaua‘i Community Health Alliance (KCHA) is shutting down.