Accessed on 18 Nov 2018, 1407 UTC, Post 17982.
Please click link or scroll down to read your selections.
Comment: Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories compiled by the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, published in Hilo, Hawaii.
They’ve received their checks from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, but what are their options now?
Kealakehe Regional Park is going to happen. That’s according to Walter Kunitake, chairman of the West Hawaii Parks and Athletic Corporation, who has personal history with the park plan that’s been 40 years in the making.
Hawaii County will be installing new gates at Lehia Beach Park at the end of Kalanianaole Avenue.
— New INKvestment TANK Brother All-in-One Printer gives you the features, convenience and affordability your business needs–without replacing ink cartridges for up to one year! Get yours now–and…
Puna Councilwoman Eileen O’Hara has introduced a resolution urging Hawaii County to grant temporary control of Leilani Avenue to the Leilani Estates Community Association.
Between the Black Friday bargains and Cyber Monday sales, holiday shoppers can make a big impact locally by shopping small on Small Business Saturday.
A former dentist on Oahu accused of manslaughter in the death of a 3-year-old patient said she did everything she could to save the child.
KAILUA-KONA — The Hawaii Fire Department suspended its search Friday evening for a freediver who went missing in waters off North Kohala earlier this week.
From left, Donna Medeiros, owner Chanel Tabayunda and Jessica Gapusam, all of Simply Signs, on Friday during the first day of during the 31st annual Hilo Christmas Extravaganza Craft Fair at Edith Kanaka‘ole Multipurpose Stadium, sell handcrafted wood signs made in Hawaii. The craft fair continues today from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. There is a $2 entry fee and keiki younger than 12 get in for free. Entry is free for everyone the last hour of the day.
The covered play courts and upper baseball fields at Pahoa District Park will reopen following a blessing Monday.
KAILUA-KONA — Police increased patrols in Waimea after the discovery of a vandalism spree that resulted in more than $10,000 in damage.