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A South Kohala community recently celebrated 15 years of being part of the National Fire Protection Associations Firewise USA program.
Three stretches of Alii Drive oceanfront property are on a list of properties the county will consider purchasing this year under its open space land-buying program.
The National Marine Fisheries Service will determine by June 30 whether cauliflower coral around Hawaii warrants protection under the Endangered Species Act.
Concern over the spread of the novel coronavirus named COVID-19 has caused the first cancellation of a public entertainment event on the Big Island.
HONOLULU Hawaii House Speaker Scott Saiki on Monday said he has appointed 25 people plus himself to serve on a committee that will advise House members on the potential financial and economic fallout of the new coronavirus.
HONOLULU A 93-year-old Native Hawaiian heiress doesnt need anyone to handle her estate because she isnt dead yet, she testified Monday during a hearing to determine whether she needs a conservator to oversee her $215 million trust.
HONOLULU A Honolulu zoning proposal aimed at restricting the installation of energy-producing windmills has received preliminary approval from a city government committee.
Beer aficionados and foodies from around the world will gather Saturday on the shores of Kamakahonu Bay at the Luau Grounds of the King Kamehamehas Kona Beach Hotel for the 25th annual Kona Brewers Festival.
A man hospitalized at an Oahu hospital after returning from Washington state has tested positive for COVID-19, state officials announced Sunday.
An increased police presence will be in place at Waikoloa Elementary School on Monday.
She wants the last men standing to move over.
Bill to plant 1M trees each year in Hawaii moves to Senate
Keiki to Kupuna gathered Saturday to clean up West Hawaii beaches.