Hawaii County reported two more coronavirus cases on Saturday, bringing the island’s total case count to 2,115.
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A convicted murderer has filed an appeal in Hilo Circuit Court of the Hawaii Paroling Authority’s denial in August of his parole.
Hawaii County has no plans to make the state’s official COVID-19 exposure notification application mandatory on the Big Island.
It was deja vu Tuesday for Mark Travalino, who once again faced a County Council Planning Committee opposed to his appointment to the Leeward Planning Commission.
The Food Basket has noticed a sizable drop in the number of people being serving via its monthly Ohana Food Drop in Kailua-Kona.
Despite a 2020 general election when some Oahu polls closed almost four hours late and some Hilo voters spent three hours in line, the state Elections Commission is sending the Legislature a rosy review in its required biennial evaluation of the conduct of the election.
A former Hilo mortician convicted in 2013 of a near-fatal hammer attack on a Hilo coin dealer has died in prison.
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