“Couple killed in double stabbing on Hawaii Island remembered for their ‘warmth.'”
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Couple killed in double stabbing on Hawai‘i Island remembered for their ‘warmth’
The two elderly victims — both 68 years old — were identified as Jeffrey Yoshio Takamine and Carla Kayoko Takamine, of Hilo. Their grandson, Joshua Ho, has been arrested. The Takamines owned a popular store called Big Island Delights, which is now closed indefinitely.
Famous New York architect, family purchase more than 200-acre Hanalei Bison Ranch
New York architect Richard Meier and his family have purchased about 229 acres of Hanalei Bison Ranch on Kaua‘i’s North Shore, which includes grazing bison, fish and fruit and vegetable gardens.
Meet some of the fresh faces at the Hawaiʻi State Legislature
There will be 16 new members in the state House and two new lawmakers in the Senate. It’s the largest class of first-term lawmakers in nearly 20 years. Among many in this year’s class of first-term lawmakers are those with ties to former and current legislators.
Indigenous knowledge and cutting-edge data aim to help revitalize Hawaiian fishponds
Three local organizations: Purple Maiʻa Foundation, Kuaʻāina Ulu ʻAuamo, and Hohonu, Inc., are launching the Loko Iʻa and Coastal Monitoring Project that will help up to 30 Hawaiian Fishpond restoration groups across the state.
SPONSORED BY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
On the islands of O‘ahu and Hawai‘i, over 300 retail businesses are operating within Kamehameha Schools-owned and managed properties. Every tenant offers unique brands and products, which play a significant role in shaping those neighborhoods, as it directly influences the experiences of kama‘āina and visitors …read more.
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CPB Recognized as a Best Bank in Hawai‘i by Newsweek and Forbes
Central Pacific Bank (CPB) is proud to be named one of the best banks in Hawai‘i by Newsweek Magazine for the second consecutive year. Newsweek, in partnership with LendingTree, evaluated more than 4,800 financial institutions across the country to determine America’s Best Banks 2023. CPB was also honored to be #1 on the Forbes Best-In-State Bank list for the second consecutive year in 2022.
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TODAY’S HAWAIʻI VIEWS
Enjoying the greenery and plants at Nii Nursery on Oʻahu.
Photo credit: Aaron Yoshino