People used to socializing with each other are finding ways to stay in touch during the stay-at-home order.
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Friends who are used to socializing with each other are coming up with unique ways to stay in touch while adhering to the stay at home order.
In an effort to manage invasive miconia trees, the state Department of Agriculture is proposing the release of a butterfly known to feed on the noxious weed threatening Hawaii’s forests and watersheds.
The state Department of Health reported two new cases of COVID-19 as of noon Tuesday, bringing the statewide total number of cases to 609.
Premier Medical Group, with the support of the County of Hawaii, Bay Clinic and HOPE Services, will offer a one-day drive-through screening and testing clinic at the Naalehu Community Center on Wednesday.
Mayor Harry Kim has decided he’d like to lead the county for another four years.
Hawaii County is proposing a host of accessibility improvements for Laaloa Beach Park, also known as Magic Sands Beach Park, in Kailua-Kona.
The state is starting to make headway in processing and paying a staggering amount of jobless filings, according to statistics provided by the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a high demand for now-coveted disinfectant products. To help fill that demand on Hawaii Island, Kuleana Rum Works has shifted its focus from making rum to making hand sanitizer.
The County of Hawaii Department of Public Works Building Division announced Monday that it is launching a digital signature process.
A 37-year-old man is facing robbery, terroristic threatening and other charges after he reportedly tried to steal food from a grocery store Saturday in Pahoa.
The state Department of Health reported only one new COVID-19 case as of noon Monday, bringing the statewide total to 607 cases.
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz will answer questions about financial assistance available to individuals and small businesses through the CARES Act at a Telephone Town Hall sponsored by AARP Hawaii on Wednesday.
West Hawaii lawmakers will lead a virtual town hall meeting Tuesday evening to update residents on the COVID-19 pandemic.