On Monday, the State of Hawaii Department of Health reported two new coronavirus cases in Hawaii County.
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Gov. David Ige on Monday was still unable to say when state workers, including educators, will see furloughs implemented as the state work’s to cut spending to plug a $1.4 billion budget hole.
Police are requesting the public’s assistance in finding the driver a pickup truck spotted shortly after 4 a.m. Dec. 18 in the parking lot of the Puainako Town Center in Hilo.
Starting this week, residential customers are encouraged to “tree-cycle” their holiday trees and kadomatsu decorations.
HONOLULU (AP) — Residents in Hawaii are expected to see shrinking utility costs and growing renewable energy after the state changed the way Hawaiian Electric makes money.
Lava activity in Kilauea volcano was still confined to Halema‘uma‘u crater this morning, according to an update from the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.
The Hawaii Food Basket celebrated its 100th Ohana Food Drop last Wednesday in Honokaa after serving nearly 175,000 people across Hawaii County since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Volunteers from the Boys & Girls Club of the Big Island worked together on Christmas Eve to cook, pack and deliver dinners and gifts to eight families around the Big Island.
Batman hands a present to a child while he delivers gifts to families on Christmas Eve at Kihei Pua Family Shelter in Hilo. Batman drove up in his Batmobile with a truck trailing behind with more than $2,000 in presents for families with young kids living at the shelter. Batman was born and raised in Waimea and enjoys giving back to the communities of Hawaii Island. “This has been a hard year for all of us, but especially children,” he said. “If I can provide a brief distraction and joy to the kids, then that works for me.”