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It was quiet and peaceful Monday morning in the Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Elementary and Intermediate Schools garden in Papaikou save for a frequent rooster crow and rumbling of a passing car.
OCEAN VIEW Chuck Henry described his neighborhood street in Ocean View as somber the day after a raging house fire took the life of his friend who lived across the road.
KAILUA-KONA Legislators are considering a bill to authorize issuing special purpose revenue bonds to build and operate solar-powered saltwater desalination plants on Hawaii Island.
— While riding a bicycle presents a fun and alternative mode of transport, it can also put you at risk, so Mercury Insurance wants to encourage all riders to follow these important bicycle safety tips.
A bill providing Hawaii County $60 million for disaster recovery passed the House Finance Committee on Thursday.
It was largely business as usual Friday at Big Island schools despite a threat posted to social media Thursday aimed at Hilo Intermediate School.
Construction of new permanent canopies for the Hilo Farmers Market could begin this summer, according to its owner.
Police said theyre stepping up their presence at Big Island schools today in response to a social media threat made Thursday to the Hilo Intermediate School Campus.
KEALAKEKUA A second jury trial began Thursday for a Holualoa man accused of killing his landlord more than three years ago.
KAILUA-KONA A body was discovered in the rubble of a burned home Thursday in the Hawaiian Ocean View Estates subdivision in Kau.
Residents concerned about new rules that will increase fees at the states small boat harbors will be able to comment about the rules during a series of public hearings next month.