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A discussion during a meeting Thursday night in Pahoa about what to name fissure 8 revolved mostly around what deity it should reflect.
One of the proponents of a new farmers market and cultural demonstration site in Pahoa says its all about helping the town survive. And then thrive.
Dragons pride will be on full display and on parade the third weekend of July in Honokaa.
U.S. Senator Brian Schatz co-introduced legislation that would help to prevent the distribution of child pornography within the Department of Defenses own computer network.
HONOLULU The Hawaii Supreme Court is considering a case in which plaintiffs say the state has not enforced the terms of a lease for U.S. Army training grounds.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is proposing three flood control projects for the Waiakea and Palai streams in Hilo.
A California-based import/export service visited with farmers Thursday in Hilo to discuss a possible hemp-farming cooperative on the Big Island.