Hawaii Governor David Ige says more than 81K doses of vaccine are set for Hawaii this month.
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Hawaii is expecting to receive more than 81,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna by the end of December.
New Safeway to open Wednesday: 63,000-square-foot supermarket marks first store in Niumalu Marketplace
The countdown until Kailua-Kona’s brand new grocery store opens its doors to the public is nearing an end.
The Big Island could be short a state senator when the regular legislative session begins Jan. 20, as the process of filling Sen. Kai Kahele’s greater Hilo District 1 seat can’t begin until he resigns.
Christmas in Kona is going to look a little different in 2020.
Former Mayor Harry Kim violated the county code against unfair treatment when he allowed protesters to close the Maunakea access road to some people but not others, the Board of Ethics said Wednesday in a unanimous vote.
Thousands of state workers will begin furloughs next month as the state struggles to fill a massive budget shortfall.
Hilo Medical Center could begin administering COVID-19 vaccines to some front-line employees as early as next week, should emergency use of the immunization be approved.
A Kailua-Kona man who plead guilty to a plethora of charges in connection to a 2019 islandwide crime spree was charged Monday in Hilo Circuit Court with four counts relating to contraband in jail.
Hawaii County Council members focused on food and social and educational programs in divvying up $100,000 in coronavirus relief funds each of the nine members received last summer for projects in their communities.
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Despite updated federal COVID recommendations, state officials do not believe the Safe Travels Hawaii program requires significant changes.
More than 89,000 people traveled to the Big Island since Oct. 15, when Gov. David Ige’s pre-travel testing program went into effect.