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Here are today’s top West Hawaii news stories from “West Hawaii Today”, published in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
The tradition of giving was on display at Waikoloa Beach Resort on Saturday morning, as hundreds took to the streets for the 40th annual Visitor Industry Charity Walk.
KEAUHOU — Under sunny skies and steps away from the waters of Keauhou Bay, about two dozen people joined hands and shared prayers, oli and stories in support of Billy Kenoi and the people of Hawaii.
KAILUA-KONA — As a category of crime, agricultural theft and vandalism continues not to rate.
Kilauea volcano ended a nearly three-day pause in the lower Puna eruption Saturday when a 16th fissure opened about a half-mile northeast of Lanipuna Gardens.
KAILUA-KONA — About four years ago, on her couch and “really lonely” from the isolation of early motherhood, Toccara Chrisman dreamed up the idea to form Kona Moms.
KAILUA-KONA — Forty-four years ago, 24-year-old Sandy Jordan and her young sons, Scott and Joe, posed for a photo on the mauka side of Kuakini Highway.
VOLCANO — As Hawaii Volcanoes National Park closed Friday in anticipation of possible violent explosions at the summit of Kilauea, residents of nearby Volcano village remained largely unconcerned.
Hawaii County Civil Defense officials began advising residents from Kapoho to Kalapana to make evacuation preparations for the first time Friday as they wait for the next phase of the lower Puna eruption to begin.
The owner of a burglarized home in Leilani Estates subdivision realized someone was on his property — which had been evacuated due to lava from Kilauea volcano — when he found a 12-pack of Bud Light beer behind his house when he returned to check on the place.
Make the Pavilion at Old Kona Airport Park the place to go for a last-minute Mother’s Day present.