Unaddressed “deficiencies” will cost the Edmund C. Olson Trust $7,500.
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The Board of Land and Natural Resources Friday fined the Edmund C. Olson Trust, owner of the Keaiwa Reservoir above Pahala, for failure to comply with a notice of deficiency issued in February 2020.
A bill that would substantially limit the resources and duties of the Hawaii Tourism Authority has passed its final committee in the state Senate.
Mega vaccine clinics at Kekuaokalani Gymnasium in Kailua-Kona continue, with more than 10,000 vaccines administered in March alone.
Master navigator (pwo) and Hokule‘a captain Chad Kalepa Baybayan has died, according to his family.
Full funding for lifeguard services at two Big Island state beach parks has been restored by the state Senate in its draft of the proposed state budget.
The state Senate confirmed Michael Kaleikini, David Kaʻapu and Dennis Neves to the Hawaiian Homes Commission on Thursday.
One little Kona girl has a big dream — to make it to the Olympics and win a gold medal in boxing.