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Comment: 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.
A new initiative by the Hilo Downtown Improvement Association hopes to alleviate downtown businesses’ homeless burden and make them safer for shoppers and workers alike.
There’s just one County Council seat remaining to be filled, and with Election Day less than a week away, two political neophytes are battling to the end to fill it.
The price tag of a wastewater treatment plant proposed for Naalehu has increased to $40.5 million.
By First Republic Bank
— Getting ahead of student loan debt, buying a home and establishing wealth can be a daunting task.
A Hawaii Supreme Court ruling will allow people convicted of soliciting prostitutes during a three-year period to try to clear their records.
Vacation rental operators will have a few extra months to get their paperwork together, now that the County Council moved the effective date for a bill regulating their use to April 1.
The county will begin resurfacing Kamehameha Avenue between Waianuenue Avenue and Ponahawai Street on Monday and Thursday. Work on both days are scheduled between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., weather and construction conditions permitting.
KAILUA-KONA — Two erroneous releases from Hawaii Community Correctional Center have occurred since jail staff mistakenly released a man on trial for murder in July.
Should homestead communities help pick up the tab for speed humps on their streets?
Roadwork on Kalanianaole Avenue is a little behind schedule. Preparatory work on the two-year road project began in March.
Kristin Croyle, the first of four recently announced finalists for chancellor to visit the University of Hawaii at Hilo, met with faculty, staff and community members during a public forum Friday morning.