Accessed on 21 April 2018, 1513 UTC, Post #16674.
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Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories compiled by the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, published in Hilo, Hawaii. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
A 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of theft and burglary charges in connection to aslew of break-ins at businesses and a residence within the past week, police confirmed Friday.
Growing up in Hakalau, Duane Kurisu can’t remember a single house in his neighborhood that wasn’t “swept and mopped clean and tidy,” or a yard where the grass wasn’t cut.
Nine tenants at the downtown Hawaii Innovation Center need to relocate by this summer because the University of Hawaii at Hilo is moving university-affiliated programs into the building.
By First Republic Bank
— If you refinance your student loans with low fixed rates, you could save by lowering your monthly payments.
Puna residents hoping for regulation of helicopter tours headed to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park will have tosettle for resolutions instead.
Hawaii County has not been accepting new building permit applications since Monday due to a software snafu.
The long-delayed opening of new ball fields in Hilo is being set back indefinitely after an engineering report identified drainage problems.
Hawaii County park administrators say they are keeping the Glenwood Park restrooms closed at least until next week following the theft of a catchment cover because they are concerned about the water being contaminated.
Police say a “spoofing scam” is currently targeting the Big Island. By definition, “spoofing” is receiving a call from the 808 area code designed to make you believe it’s a local call, when in fact the call is automatically generated from elsewhere.
A flash flood warning was lifted for Kauai on Friday after more rain added to flooding left behind by last weekend’s deluge.
Hawaii authorities have arrested a man suspected of demanding money from people who needed help during severe flooding on Kauai island.