Amid the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic, West Hawaii’s lifeguards returned to a bit of “normalcy” with the completion of their recertification requirements.
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Eighteen temporary housing units are ready to be built for the homeless in Kona, but where they will be built remains to be seen.
The president of the University of Hawaii said Monday all 10 campuses plan to resume in-person instruction for the fall 2020 semester.
Carnival Cruise Line said Monday that it plans to gradually resume cruising in North America in August, nearly five months after it halted operations due to the new coronavirus.
As of noon today, the state Department of Health reports one new case of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 621 cases.
Suisan Foodservice is providing its customers with the option to make large-scale grocery purchases in Hilo and Kona.
As second phase of its construction nears completion, the Hawaii Island Humane Society’s Animal Community Center is almost ready to be unveiled to the public.
None of the monk seals known to frequent the Kona Coast has shown signs of injury after one of the pinnipeds was chased by a group of unleashed dogs earlier this week in North Kona.
This has got to be the toughest mayor’s race yet.
Hawaii couple that contracted COVID-19 recounts harrowing and frustrating battle against the disease — and red tape
When an elderly Hawaii couple departed Yokohama, Japan, aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship on Jan. 20, they had signed up for a two-week luxury cruise to China, Vietnam and Taiwan and a return to Japan.
The state Department of Health on Friday apologized for comments its director made about ethnicity while discussing the recent cluster of COVID-19 cases associated with McDonald’s restaurants in Kailua-Kona.