A legislative tax bill would allow luxury property owners to pay the county or support a charity.
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One of the sponsors of a law that tacked an extra property tax on luxury homes now has a bill giving those property owners a choice of sending the money to the county or a charity.
Planning for the future; Proposed capital improvements measure includes bond funding for HMC expansion project
Every year, the American Lung Association releases a report grading each state’s effort to reduce tobacco use.
The endangered Hawaiian yellow-faced bee is being threatened by invasive ants, researchers with the state Division of Forestry and Wildlife and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Pacific Islands Coastal Program have discovered.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden warned Friday of a steep and growing “cost of inaction” on his $1.9 trillion COVID relief plan as the White House searched for “creative” ways to win public support for a package that is getting a cold shoulder from Senate Republicans.
After almost one year of closure, Nani Mau Restaurant and Garden will open a buffet beginning Wednesday, Feb. 3.
The state Department of Health today reported seven new cases of COVID-19 on the Big Island.
Nearly 14,000 Hawaii households were assisted by the state’s Rent Relief and Housing Assistance Program, Aloha United Way, Catholic Charities Hawaii and other partners.
According to the most recent county data released Wednesday by the state Department of Health, 3,410 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were administered in Hawaii County between Jan. 18 and Saturday, bringing the total number of doses administered since Dec. 21, 2020, to 10,459.