The State Senate Sunshine ADA Bill clears its first hurdle.
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The county has called a halt to filling citizen boards that advise the government on planning and design because the administration said it wants to take a hard look at how the boards can best be used.
Hawaii tourism appears to be gaining momentum.
As COVID-19 vaccinations ramp up statewide, Bay Clinic, Ka‘u Rural Health Community Association and Ka‘u Hospital and Rural Health Clinic are among those working to take vaccines to Big Island residents who might not be able to receive a shot otherwise.
Would higher taxes mean fewer doctors? Some fear increase could dissuade physicians from moving to state
A state bill that would increase taxes for high-income earners might be stalled, but it still could negatively impact the state’s doctor shortage.
A 43-year-old Hilo man awaiting a preliminary hearing regarding numerous firearms and drug offenses has been indicted on the charges.
Farmers on the Big Island may be getting another tool to help combat coffee leaf rust.
A five-bedroom Alii Drive home a half mile south of Laaloa Beach Park won approval Thursday to become a bed and breakfast establishment, despite concerns about sea level rise and wastewater issues.
Police say a 32-year-old Puna man on probation for felony domestic abuse threatened his ex-wife with a spear gun and machete Monday evening before breaking into her home and punching her to her face and neck.