According to the new 2010 U.S. Census Bureau numbers, there are 120,842 Hispanic residents in Hawaii.  We represent approximately
    9.7% of the state’s population.  The Hawaii Hispanic News is the only newspaper in the state specifically designed to serve our Hispanic
    community in the beautiful Hawaiian Islands.   

    Our name says it all:  “Hispanic News.”  This is a newspaper about us, for us and by us.  It provides the kind of in-depth news coverage our
    community deserves, but – understandably -- the mainstream print media cannot provide because they have to cover the entire spectrum of
    communities here in Hawaii.

    Regular columns address issues that interest our Hispanic community in the is-lands:  Health; Education; Community; Culture; Business;
    Food; Employment; Government; Housing; History; Military; Politics; Entertainment; Religion; and Sports.  Various reputable professionals
    have regular columns in each edition to discuss subjects in their area of expertise.  

    José Villa - Senior Editor | Marie Roma Villa - Editor/Marketing Director | Ray Cruz - Entertainment Editor | Maritza López-Holland -
    Translator| Carlos Hernandez - Maui Distribution Mgr. | Tony Diaz - Kona Distribution Mgr.

    The Hawaii Hispanic News is published the first week of every month.  Editorial input submission deadline is 15th of month.  Advertising
    reservation deadline is 15th of month. Editorials and advertising are on a space availability- and time-constrained basis after these dates.
About Us
100% Latino -owned & -operated
Hawaii Hispanic
Statistics
Residents      120,842

Percentage of
Hispanics population
in Hawaii            9.9%
1994-2012 (c) copyright all rights reserved
Society of Professional Journalist
Hawaii Hispanic
History
Francisco Marin
planted the first
pineapple in the
kingdom of Hawaii.