A business accelerator is trying to give promising companies a leg up.
The executive director of the nonprofit Sand Island Treatment Center has been paid as much as $500,000 a year — and many counselors make over $100,000 — far in excess of their peers in Hawaii.
UPDATED: Gov. David Ige had stood behind his embattled director amid concerns about jail overcrowding, fatal shootings and a recent riot.
The Honolulu Public Housing Authority has sent out nearly 14,000 letters, but some advocates fear people won’t understand their importance.
Hawaii lawmakers should do the right thing and pass Senate Bill 301.
The owners of Thirty Meter Telescope may well decide it is not worth their while to stay in Hawaii.
Claims that proposed legislation would weaken consumer protections and disregard safety are not true.