Governor Ige considers vaccination mandate for state employees.
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The Hawaii Food Basket plans to scale back the Ohana Food Drops after serving tens of thousands of people across the Big Island for more than a year.
The state reported Monday more than 1.22 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered across Hawaii, including nearly 138,000 doses on the Big Island alone.
Known as Biki, the program is considering decommissioning as many as 50 of about 130 stations currently in service, Bikeshare Hawaii Executive Director Todd Boulanger said.
College students celebrated the near-completion of their ready-to-publish books by planting koa trees Friday in the Honua’ula Forest Reserve in North Kona.
A kinder, gentler Mark Van Pernis made his appearance at April’s meeting of the Leeward Planning Commission, but he still had plenty of questions for applicants seeking to create or modify their developments.
Big Island police have initiated a coroner’s inquest investigation following the discovery of a body at Kailua Pier on Friday.
A year after the COVID-19 pandemic put a halt to traditional commencement ceremonies, some East Hawaii high schools will return to in-person graduations, while others will celebrate seniors in other ways.
WAILUKU, Hawaii — The first Tongan police chief in the state of Hawaii and first Tongan police officer with the Maui Police Department has retired from the department after 36 years, officials said.
More than 50 candidates have been nominated to fill seven positions on a working group to discuss new management structures for Maunakea.
Young entrepreneurs had a chance to showcase their creations Saturday at the Haleki‘i Farmers Market and Craft Fair’s Keiki Day.
Eight new COVID-19 cases were reported Saturday on the Big Island, bringing the total case count to 2,700.
West Hawaii continues to shoulder highest property tax burden: Council to consider county budget, tax rates, in coming weeks
Taxpayers in North Kona’s District 8 shoulder more of the property tax burden than County Council Districts 1-6 combined, as West Hawaii’s property values and concomitant taxes continue to grow with the area’s popularity.