by Michael Choe | Oct. 18, 2021

I used to think everything on my phone and computer was safe since only I was handling those devices. …


by Donica Kaneshiro | Oct. 12, 2021

The coronavirus has created overwhelming need across our communities, and one of the hardest hit areas is West Oahu, where the Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii-Nanakuli is making a difference one keiki at a time.

The nonprofit Boys & Girls Clubhouse serves…


by Michael Choe | Oct. 9, 2021

At Hawaiian Electric, we’re dedicated to serving our customers, which includes maintaining regular communication with them. Customer communication has taken on many forms throughout the company’s history. For instance, in the 1930s, the company published the “Modern Menehune” monthly in Honolulu. …


by Shayna Decker | Oct. 4, 2021

Some days, feel-good stories of aloha can help brighten the day and offer much needed inspiration. Here are how several nonprofit organizations on Maui County are enhancing the lives of many in our communities and building a stronger Hawaii together.

Back in April…


by Dan Kaneko | Sept. 28, 2021

If you have little experience with electric vehicles like me, the idea of switching over from a traditional gasoline-powered vehicle can seem overwhelming. But with a growing selection of models to choose from and increased efforts to improve charging infrastructure, it’s now easier…


by Alan Yonan Jr.| Sept. 25, 2021

Welcome to The Electric Garage! Hawaiian Electric is launching this new feature to help customers navigate Hawaii’s evolving transportation landscape where electricity is increasingly being used to power our cars, buses and other modes of transport. …


by Robert Yang | Sept. 22, 2021

It still takes me back to my childhood every time I bite into a red coconut ball or fortune cookie from Hawaii Candy. These snacks I’ve been eating since I was five years old still taste exactly the same after all these years…


by Donica Kaneshiro | Sept. 20, 2021

Back when I was a kid, every time a hurricane was coming, my grandma used to worry about a branch from the huge mango tree in the front yard damaging her Kaimuki home.

I remember her seeking out a tree trimmer to thin…


by Samantha Pauso | Sept. 14, 2021

Like many local households, I live in a multi-generational home with more than one refrigerator and freezer to store leftover food from family gatherings and the bounty from the weekly Costco run.

Our home is located two blocks from the ocean, outside of…


by Donica Kaneshiro | Sept. 13, 2021

As someone who doesn’t like to be idle, Jasmine Wong doesn’t spend her evenings zoned out in front of the TV. When the engineer moved back to Hawaii and wanted to fill her after-work hours and meet new people, she went to law…

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