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Comment: Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories from the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, based in Hilo, Hawaii. Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
Fourth-graders from Pahoa Elementary on Monday morning were the first group of students to visit the Pahoa Lava Zone Museum, which opened Saturday.
HONOLULU — Gov. David Ige took the oath of office Monday for a second term as Hawaii’s governor, saying this generation’s legacy will rest on how well it prepares children for a technology-driven future.
A new County Council was seated Monday, with its chairman pledging renewed cooperation between county and state governments and a session without distractions from the serious issues of the day.
— How well do you know your doctor? More importantly, how well does your doctor know you?
Hawaii Electric Light Co. will conduct its quarterly aerial inspections of major overhead transmission lines Dec. 18-20, the company said in a statement Monday.
A rocket carrying, among other things, the ashes of a deceased former Hawaii resident, successfully launched Monday after a one-day delay.
A brief look at Hawaii-related news
Two opihi pickers were rescued by Hawaii Fire Department personnel in a hazardous operation during darkness and heavy rain early Sunday morning.
A year after opening its outpatient Cardiology Clinic in a new first-floor space, Hilo Medical Center is continuing its efforts to treat patients closer to home.
Hawaii Island is gaining people, but they’re not coming from the rest of the state.
A visit to Hawaii Island’s state parks provides a close encounter with nature — sometimes, a bit too close for comfort.