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HILO A charter proposal allowing the county to pay nonprofit board members to help maintain open space cleared its final hurdle Thursday and is headed to the 2020 ballot.
KAILUA-KONA Officer misconduct apparently sidelined a police witness in a drug case, and now a judge is set to rule today on whether the defendant in the case will stand trial.
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KAILUA-KONA A Cessna that made an emergency landing July 3 on Waikoloa Road appears to have lost oil pressure before the aircrafts engine failed as it flew over the islands leeward coast.
KAILUA-KONA To those who knew her as a colleague or as a friend, Joy Mills-Ferren Aunty Joy to many was a woman whose talents, especially as a lifeguard, were unsurpassed.
The County of Hawaii Mass Transit Agency has been selected as the recipient of an award for excellence in Transportation Planning, according to the Hawaii Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA).
HONOLULU A Hawaii business owner has challenged a solar energy project lease agreement between a Canadian company and the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, a report said.
HONOLULU Scientists have discovered that a growing pond of water inside Halemaumau crater is being heated by Kilauea volcano.
WAIMEA Some sentences speak volumes beyond what theyre communicating, phrases, if you keep your ear sharp, that say much more than just what they say.
KAILUA-KONA – Palani Road was closed for several hours Tuesday morning while Hawaiian Telcom replaced a downed pole.