Some fees will be returned to students who vacate UH-Hilo campus.
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The University of Hawaii at Hilo will refund approximately $350,000 in room and board fees to students who have moved off campus during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kona Brewers Festival may have been called off this year, but that hasn’t stopped organizers from donating funds to their pre-designated charities.
Hawaii Island’s businesses are trying to remain optimistic as they grapple with the challenge of staying afloat for another month after Gov. David Ige extended Hawaii’s stay-at-home order through May 31.
Complaints are piling up as fast as the opala as the county tries to get a grip on rubbish disposal during a statewide stay-at-home order.
Kealakehe High School has come up with a unique commencement — consisting of two parts, virtual and vehicle procession — to celebrate graduates amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a juvenile female who was reported missing.
Seventeen people were arrested last week on the Big Island for violating Gov. David Ige of a stay-at-home order, bringing the total number of arrests since the order went into effect March 25 to 72.
HONOLULU — The Honolulu Board of Water Supply has voted to transfer management of Haiku Stairs and the surrounding land to the City and County of Honolulu.
A 66-year-old Captain Cook man is in police custody on suspicion of murder following a shooting incident Tuesday evening that left a 45-year-old man dead.
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.