Still no information about the fate of the contract Post Office at the Keauhou Shopping Center.
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HONOLULU — As muddy rainwater surged from Hawaii’s steep seaside mountains and inundated residential communities last month, the damage caused by flooding was obvious — houses were destroyed and businesses swamped, landslides covered highways and raging rivers and streams were clogged with debris.
Doug Simons said when he assumes his post as director of the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy on Sept. 1, a great deal of his focus will be on the renewal of UH’s master lease for the Maunakea Science Reserve.
A 37-year-old Pittsburgh man charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of a fellow visitor from Pittsburgh entered a plea of not guilty Thursday in Kona Circuit Court.
Hawaiian Electric is advising customers to be wary of scammers using scare tactics and trickery, pretending to be the utility and threatening to disconnect customers’ electric service unless “overdue” bills are cleared with prepaid debit cards.
Hawaii Community Correctional Center reported Thursday no new COVID-19 cases as testing continues at the Hilo jail and Department of Public Safety facilities across the state.
HONOLULU — For a second time in less than two weeks, Honolulu police have shot and killed someone.
HONOLULU — The U.S. Navy sailor who shot and killed himself at a luxury Hawaii resort was assigned to the Naval Submarine Support Center in Pearl Harbor.
It’s been hot, and it’s been cold.
WAILUKU — A Maui man won’t serve additional jail time for biting another’s man ear.
About 65% of the county’s $590.8 million operating budget goes for salary and wages, a figure that could increase as government negotiators undertake what Human Resources Director William Brilhante calls “the perfect storm” of collective bargaining, with contracts for all 10 of the county’s bargaining units ending June 30.
The Hawaii County Fire Commission Wednesday set aside its March 10 selection of the Big Island’s next fire chief, opting to redo the vote in open session after questions were raised about how the vote was initially cast.
Big Island police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying four persons of interest for theft and related incidents that occurred at a hotel on Waikoloa Beach Drive in South Kohala.
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