Hawaii County Council members are pushing programs to help local businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Two Hawaii County Council members are working on programs to bring fast relief to small businesses and farmers reeling from the economic downturn brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.
The University of Hawaii is investigating possible new management structures for governing Maunakea lands in an effort to improve its stewardship of the mountain.
Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Hawaii on Sunday, bringing the state’s total number of positive cases of the novel coronavirus to 606 since Feb. 28.
— We just had our first ever digital Oktane where everyone had the chance to learn and share.
HONOLULU — When a curfew goes into effect each night for one county in Hawaii, the mayor gets bored — and posts videos on social media.
Nakamaru Hale, Hospice of Kona’s residential home in Holualoa, has reopened, providing respite, transitional and longer-term care.
HONOLULU — Gov. David Ige on Saturday extended the state’s state-at-home order and the mandatory quarantine for visitors through May 31.
No passengers on direct flights from the mainland have arrived at Hilo International Airport since the state entered lockdown on March 26 to prevent spread of the COVID-19 virus.
The county is receiving $61 million in federal funding to repair lava-inundated roads in lower Puna, but a timeline for when the next road can be restored has yet to be established.
Kailua-Kona will not be celebrating the Fourth of July with a parade this year.
St. Peter’s by the Sea Catholic Church at Kahaluu Beach, site of countless weddings throughout the years, is getting a facelift.
Even with the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down businesses and gatherings worldwide, a few holdouts are still camping alongside the Maunakea Access Road.
Gov. David Ige has signed a sixth supplementary emergency proclamation extending the stay-at-home order across the state through May 31.
HONOLULU — The owners of Turtle Bay Resort in Hawaii have received preliminary approval for a permit crucial to completing a $116 million renovation project on the aging North Shore complex, city committee officials said.
A tropical disturbance is currently swirling about 800 miles south-southwest of the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, according to the National Hurricane Center.
West Hawaii’s coastal waters — closed to aquarium fishing for more than two years — should reopen to just 10 commercial aquarium fishermen, a final environmental impact statement released Thursday states.
The Hawaii National Guard on Friday in Hilo dropped off a delivery of 200,000 surgical masks donated by Every1 Hawaii.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a juvenile male who was reported missing.
Premier Medical Group, with the support of Hawaii County and HOPE Services, will offer a one-day COVID-19 drive-through screening and testing clinic from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Kamehameha Park in Kapa‘au.
Between April 17 and Thursday, the state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations distributed $68,097,470 in unemployment insurance benefits.
The state Department of Health has reported the deaths of two Oahu residents from COVID-19, bringing the state’s total death count from the disease to 14.