A new law targets Honolulu's bulk-trash eyesores.
Looking back on a decade of covering Hawaii’s state Department of Education.
In May 2001, we published a feature entitled, “The Death of Public School,” taking the state Department of Education to task for failing to do its job. After a decade of reform promises, has anything changed? We take a look at what's next for our public schools.
This year, we rank Hawaii’s public high schools, using performance and satisfaction data from the state Department of Education.
Visiting the USS Arizona Memorial’s new visitor center.
The next time you find yourself wondering whether or not you need a lawyer, take a moment to consider this old legal adage: He who represents himself has a fool for a client.
This is our 13th presentation of the Best Lawyers in Hawaii, as determined by the research firm Woodward/White, publishers of The Best Lawyers in America.
The Post Office is catching a break this year, thanks to the Internet.