LIHU’E — Passenger air arrivals are up almost 14% from November 2019, but many tour operators have still not been able to return to full capacity after over a year of tight tourism restrictions that shuttered or downsized businesses island-wide.
LIHU‘E — The Hawai‘i Farmers Market Association just added to the merrier holiday spirit that took over the Pau Hana Market at Kukui Grove Center Monday when Stormy Soza dropped off a carton filled with assorted face masks.
While billion-dollar corporations and their very public battles with issues such as ransomware attacks typically garner most of the headlines, small businesses are far from immune to cybersecurity troubles. In fact, they’re just as susceptible as their larger counterparts.
HANALEI — “The taro must get out.” That is Braddah Dave’s Taro Burger owner David McEntee’s motto, and it’s helped him get through some challenging times.
Online car sales are taking the U.S. by storm. Nationally, nearly 30% of new car sales last year were completed online. Before the pandemic, less than 2% of vehicles were purchased digitally.
LIHU‘E — Beginning Monday, the Kaua‘i Government Employees Federal Credit Union will simply be known as the Kaua‘i Federal Credit Union.
Coffee harvest is in full swing across Kaua‘i, and operations on the island’s two most-visible orchards look worlds apart.
The Honolulu City Council wants to raise money for the Honolulu Police Department by adding a surcharge to traffic fines. As KHON2 reports, they say that the money can and should be used to recruit, retain, and equip police officers. It’s definitely a creative idea to raise additional revenue without hiking the property tax.