Bay Clinic’s vaccination outreach program shifts toward younger age groups.
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For much of May, most of Hawaii Island’s rain gauges were measuring near- to below-average amounts of rainfall, as the National Weather Service in Honolulu predicted in its dry season outlook for May through September.
Ham radio operator Lloyd Cabral sits in the station he built inside his Hawaiian Paradise Park home, headphones on and finger moving on a CW, or continuous wave paddle, tapping out a message in Morse code.
Fireworks are returning to both Hilo and Kona next month, after last year’s Independence Day festivities were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
LIHUE, Kauai (AP) — The U.S. Postal Service has unveiled a new commemorative stamp honoring WWII veterans representing the all-Japanese American 100th Infantry Battalion and the 442 Regimental Combat Team from Kauai.
HONOLULU — Lindsay Myeni and her South African husband moved to Hawaii, where she grew up, believing it would be safer to raise their two Black children here than in another U.S. state.
When Lt. Col. Loreto V. “JR” Borce Jr. turns over the helm of the U.S. Army’s Pohakuloa Training Area to Lt. Col. Kevin Cronin on June 15, he will have been in command of the Pacific Rim’s premier military training ground for three years — a year longer than the normal tour of duty here.
The County recovery team has asked Puna residents to provide feedback on an amendment to its recovery action plan in order to receive and additional $23 million in federal funding.
HONOLULU — A review of Hawaii Gov. David Ige’s emails shows the state epidemiologist spent key weeks in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic resisting suggestions and requests from both inside and outside the administration that she boost contact tracing to control the spread of COVID-19.
The state Department of Public Safety locked down inmates Friday evening following a disturbance in a housing module at Hawaii Community Correctional Center.
Travel restrictions in Hawaii will end when vaccination rates are high enough, Gov. David Ige said Friday, and a new state program provides incentives for that to happen as soon as possible.
Gov. David Ige announced today that the state will lift all travel restrictions once vaccination rates are high enough, with interisland travel restrictions to end June 15.
Equipment for firefighters, repairs at parks, beefed up computer systems, more hours of community policing, four additional vehicle registration and licensing clerks and money for council contingency accounts added $1 million to Mayor Mitch Roth’s proposed operating budget, bringing the final tally to $610.1 million after final passage Thursday by the Hawaii County Council.
After serving the Pepeekeo community for nearly a century, Low Store will permanently close its doors today.