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The Hawaii County Council voted in support of a resolution to award a $50,000 grant to a Puna nonprofit to reopen access to Puna farms isolated by lava.
With serious work on the coronavirus-stricken county budget set to begin today, the County Council on Wednesday set up a property tax structure that would allow it to tax $2 million-plus second homes at a higher rate than other residential property.
St. Joseph School has long operated on a shoestring budget, a wing and a prayer.
The Big Island’s Civil Defense chief said his agency is “ramped up as much as we can be” for the upcoming start of hurricane season because of the ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Parts of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park have reopened to the public for limited use as the park begins its phased reopening plan.
State Sen. Russell Ruderman of Puna announced today he would not seek a third term.
Forecasters are calling for normal to below-normal tropical cyclone activity within the Central Pacific this hurricane season.
WASHINGTON — They fly at speeds of a mile a second or faster and maneuver in ways that make them extra difficult to detect and destroy in flight.
HONOLULU — The state Department of Health ordered the immediate closure of a charity serving thousands of meals to needy people because of food safety violations.
Two new cases of COVID-19, one on the Big Island, were reported today by the state Department of Health, bringing the statewide total to 643 cases.
Hilo has a new Circuit Court judge.
State officials are investigating new policies to better enforce the state’s mandatory 14-day quarantine for interisland and out-of-state travelers.
Mayor Harry Kim said Tuesday he’s rescinding an earlier recommendation that County Council members use their contingency funds only to respond to the COVID-19 crisis.
County beach parks finally reopen today after an apparently premature announcement Monday caused confusion among would-be beachgoers.
The Hawaii Department of Education is rolling out summer school plans as the state transitions to the next phase of its COVID-19 recovery.
The 3-D printers worked steadily Friday, the whirring sound of the machines filling the small lab at the University of Hawaii at Hilo.
HONOLULU — A program providing donated iPads and computer tablets has allowed patients at an Oahu hospital stay in contact with loved ones during the coronavirus outbreak.
One new case of COVID-19, on the Big Island, was reported today by the state Department of Health, bringing the statewide total to 641 cases.
Despite an announcement on Monday stating county beach parks would open today, Mayor Harry Kim clarified that parks will instead open tomorrow.
A hunter who failed to return Sunday evening was rescued Monday afternoon near the 14.5-mile marker of Saddle Road, according to the Hawaii Fire Department.