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Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories from the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, published in Hilo, Hawaii. Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
Freebies from sister cities topped County Council members’ gift disclosures this year, with council members also reporting peanuts, rodeo tickets and travel on their annual forms.
The state Public Charter School Commission on Monday unanimously voted to revoke Ka‘u Learning Academy’s charter because of multiple violations.
The ongoing lava flow has swallowed most of a $2.7 million parcel the county is buying for open space.
Hawaii County officially confirmed Monday what had long been presumed true: At least 700 homes have been destroyed since May 3 when lava from Kilauea volcano began erupting in Leilani Estates.
A brief look at news from throughout the state.
The official tally of homes destroyed by lava from the eruption of Kilauea volcano that started May 3 is now 700.
Eruptive activity along Kilauea’s lower East Rift Zone continued Sunday with no significant change.
Residents in the Laaloa Avenue area are one step closer to having a park of their own.
On the main floor, next to the entrance of Hilo Medical Center, the Hawaii Island Family Health Center has found its new home.
While most of East Hawaii is seeing a wetter-than-average year so far, much of West Hawaii is parched. That’s particularly true for the Kona coffee belt — potentially bad news for this year’s coffee crop — according to the June rainfall report released Thursday by hydrologist Kevin Kodama at the National Weather Service’s Honolulu office.