When Mayor Mufi Hannemann begins his visit to the Land of the Rising Sun today he will take on multiple roles -- leader, ambassador, student and, if the occasion calls for it, singer and dancer. Star-Bulletin reporter Crystal Kua is traveling with the mayor and the Honolulu delegation and will be filing reports from Japan all week.
Location, location, location. The real-estate mantra. In an age where folks move every few years, there's something comforting about a business that stays put. Nui Mono, a mom-and-daughter operation in business for more than two dozen years, is the kind of stalwart whose contributions are celebrated at the annual Discover Moiliili Festival
Special teams weren't one-third of the game for Hawaii last night. They turned out to be everything, as monumental kicking-game failures in the second half wasted offense and defense that should have been good enough to beat Western Athletic Conference kingpin Boise State.
Before you even look over the menu at your favorite restaurant, whether four-star or plate lunch, companies known as broadline distributors have made it possible for your meal to get on the plate.
A PROPOSAL to limit the amount a public school would lose under a new funding formula undermines the intent of the law that established the method. Although the plan appeases critics on the Board of Education and gives affected schools time to adjust, it impedes realignment of spending to fit the needs of students