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Post-flight COVID testing will continue on the Big Island after February, although for how long has yet to be determined.
Residents hoping to renew their driver’s licenses can still expect months-long delays thanks to a backlog at the County Vehicle Registration and Licensing Division.
The State Department of Labor and Industrial Relations has received more than $1 million from the federal government to combat unemployment insurance fraud.
Developer Palamanui Global Holdings sweetened the pot on a rezoning deal Tuesday by promising an outdoor performing arts amphitheater and affordable housing that’s more affordable, winning the massive development preliminary approval from a County Council panel.
A Hilo-based astronomer has joined a team that’s rewriting everything we know about the massive black hole Cygnus X-1.
A pair of resolutions was introduced Friday on the floor of the House of Representatives to form on working group on the management of Maunakea.
Persons posing to be Hawaii County officials have been reported to be disseminating inaccurate information about COVID-19 policies and procedures in the Puna District.
Two new COVID-19 cases were reported Friday on the Big Island, bringing the island’s total case count to 2,226.
LIHUE — More than 200 people gathered on Kauai to show support for reopening tourism on the island amid the coronavirus pandemic.
HONOLULU — State officials have divided a plan to redevelop the site of Aloha Stadium into two parts with private partners determined through separate bids.
BOSTON — The medical director of the city agency coordinating Boston’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has been working remotely from Hawaii for several months, and even though she has permission to do so, some critics say it may hinder her effectiveness.
A resolution passed unanimously Wednesday by the County Council refers to 5G technology as an option in bridging the digital divide, but council members, most of whom had previously approved two resolutions attempting to limit 5G on the island, don’t see it as a conflict.