The State Department of Health begins releasing weekly “cluster reports” of COVID-19 infections.
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WAILUKU, Maui — Lanai residents will be the first in Hawaii to participate in a pilot project to test a smartphone application that provides notifications of possible COVID-19 exposure.
A Thanksgiving tradition at Kealakehe Intermediate School will still be held, albeit in a different format than in previous years.
HONOLULU — A Hawaii development partnership plans to take over a stalled project to turn a former movie theater site into a high-rise housing complex.
Since the discovery of coffee leaf rust was confirmed on Hawaii Island in October, the coffee community — from individual farmers to the state’s Department of Agriculture — has been working to find ways to combat the spread of the pest.
HONOLULU — An Oahu school plans to change its mascot after receiving complaints the name was disrespectful to Native Americans.
HONOLULU — A computer error has required the Hawaii Public Housing Authority to conduct a new lottery to choose successful applicants for housing assistance.
Hometown Heroes: Big Island Veterans Treatment Court mentors helping fellow servicemen through hard times
Editor’s note: Each Wednesday, West Hawaii Today is publishing a story about individuals, groups or organizations that have helped make life better for others in our community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A proposal to more than double nonresident commercial marine license fees from $100 to $250 per year will be heard by the state Board of Land and Natural Resources on Friday.
A contingency of Boy Scouts, family members and National Guardsmen placed flags on veterans’ graves Saturday at the West Hawaii Veterans Cemetery.