NEW YORK — The building has stunning Manhattan skyline views, its spa offers deep-tissue massages, and the fancy restaurant off the lobby serves up prime steaks. Best of all, many apartments at the Trump World Tower are selling at a deep discount — assuming the buyer doesn’t mind the name over the door.
Lyle Silva Jr. gets to Nevada whenever he can because of the gamble he doesn’t want to take – on his future.
Hilo’s Britney Yada has battled the windy golf conditions in West Hawaii, the wet at Hilo Muni and her college days at Portland State combined with her pro career in Arizona have prepared her to play in practically any kind of temperature.
MILWAUKEE — A game of home run derby broke out bewteen the Tigers and Brewers, and Kolten Wong wasn’t taking a backseat to anyone.
The hits keep coming for Hilo’s Jacob Igawa – and, unfortunately, for the University of Hawaii baseball team.
Ocean sports are back on, but it remains to be seen when the surf will be up for Big Island competitions.
Gold Glove second baseman.
Nobody can blame state Rep. Chris Todd (D-Hilo) for forming policies at the legislative level and then leaving it to the little guy to worry about the details.
The Eagles have it.
“Pumped” to the nines, Chloe Domingo said, everything about UH-Hilo’s approach to facing Concordia screamed confidence and comfort.
No offense to Hawaii Pacific, but for UH-Hilo baseball, it’s good to get away.
HONOLULU — When John John Florence travels the world for elite surfing competitions, he carries a flag with him, to fly if he wins. It matches the flag on the shoulder of his jersey and on the scoreboard next to his name.
With a little luck, the worst part of the UH-Hilo’s softball team’s trip to regionals is pau.
Backed by proven commodities, UH-Hilo’s softball team enters the great unknown.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — They did it!
UH-Hilo’s men’s tennis team is stuck in Surprise Land and loving every minute of it.
The words Hilo and tennis don’t coexist without a fair amount of patience, which is something Wu Chun-En of Taiwan learned all to well as a freshman in 2018.