A Hawaii story, an immigrant story: Network to air preview of ‘Bringing the Legacy of Katsu Goto to Life’
Katsu Goto was an early Japanese immigrant who came to Hawaii in 1885 aboard the SS City of Tokio, the first steamship of the kanyaku imin (contract laborers) to work on the sugar plantations in Hawaii.
The Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce and Hope Services Hawaii Inc. invite everyone to attend an informational presentation about how individuals and businesses can create safer communities through mentoring of ex-offenders, while making a positive difference in an individual’s life.
An attempt to save the endangered palila has included the sound of rotors, gunfire, arguments and sheep and goats eating the trees the bird needs to survive.
Been looking in vain for the flash of flukes and the awe-inspiring breach of the humpback whale?
HONOLULU (AP) — An endangered Hawaiian monk seal has died after swallowing a large fishing hook.
There are tougher tests ahead, but so far so good for Honokaa in its foray back to Division I girls basketball.
HONOLULU — Aaron Valdes scored 17 points, Michael Thomas added 16 and Hawaii beat Mississippi Valley State 77-48 on Tuesday night for the Delta Devils’ 14th straight loss.
Needing their first rebound of the season, the Konawaena Wildcats came up in a big way at the Title IX Conference & Classic in Washington D.C. on Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES — January is looming, and we all know what that means: A resolution to lose weight and get healthy. Just like the 2015 declaration. And the one before that.