LIHU‘E — The proposed expansion of The Beach House restaurant became the subject of debate at last week’s Planning Commission meeting, with many neighbors voicing their opposition to the idea.
There’s a lot of buzz around cryptocurrency. The mystery, the thrill, the hype, and maybe above all, the confusion. While many of us have heard of cryptocurrency, many are unfamiliar with the ins and outs of this digital form of currency. It’s unregulated, untraceable and untouchable - it only exists as lines of computer code.
Hi there! This is the Hawaii State Tax Watch Doggie. Today I’m playing a real person who testified before the House Special Investigative Committee. The Committee was supposed to be looking into problems at the Department of Land and Natural Resources because of a less-than-glowing report by the State Auditor. But guess who got slammed by the Committee just as much, if not more? The Auditor.
Since March 2020, many small businesses have struggled as a result of restrictions in place due to the pandemic.
KEKAHA — The Kekaha Credit Union will be known as the Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union, Kekaha Branch beginning today.
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PRINCEVILLE — Foodland Super Market’s in-house pharmacies will permanently close by mid-April, the company announced Wednesday.
KILAUEA — A Kilauea-raised woman has launched an athleisure brand inspired by Kaua‘i, one year after returning to live full-time on the island.
PO‘IPU — Table 53, located in the RumFire restaurant at the Sheraton Kaua‘i Resort, continues to generate funds for Kaua‘i nonprofits in spite of the pandemic.
A few years ago, in 2017 to be exact, our lawmakers enacted an Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), which then was touted as a truly wonderful way to deliver tax relief to working families.
KOLOA — Space-age, liquid-cooling technology. A stationary bicycle named CAROL that can simulate a tiger chase. Digital body scans. A resistance machine that stores users’ workout history on cloud servers.
LIHU‘E — Federal investigators have recovered nearly $63,000 in back wages and liquidated damages for 42 employees of Paco’s Tacos Cantina, a restaurant with four locations on Kaua‘i and one on O‘ahu.
WAILUA — International animal-welfare organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals wants the Kaua‘i county prosecutor to investigate a local slaughterhouse.