GoFarm Hawaii offers a “nontraditional pathway to a career in agriculture.”
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Since its inception in 2012, GoFarm Hawaii has offered a nontraditional pathway to a career in agriculture.
Emily Emmons founded Ho‘ola Farms after her husband, a military veteran with traumatic brain injury and PTSD, returned home full time from active duty.
In less than a month, the county’s building and zoning permitting systems are going paperless, and officials are optimistic they’ll be ready.
The old Hawaiian saying “‘A‘ohe hana nui ke alu ‘ia” — “No task is too big when done together by all” — rang true Friday in Waimea.
The county’s Fourth of July fireworks show in Kailua-Kona has been rescheduled for tonight due to a technical issue.
The UCC Hawaii Miss Kona Coffee Scholarship Program is seeking young women interested in participating in this year’s competition set for Nov. 5 at King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel. The event will also be livestreamed.
Developers of the 1,300-unit master-planned Kaloko Heights are choosing a less onerous pathway to finance a $22 million sewer line project, but taxpayers are still protected in the change from an improvement district to a facilities district, county officials said.
A 30-year-old Hilo man accused of the fatal shooting Dec. 18 of a Puainako Center employee at the Hilo shopping mall pleaded not guilty Wednesday to numerous offenses.
Rent relief program off to slow start: Only 423 applications approved, despite looming end of eviction moratorium
More than $2 million in grants have been awarded to Hawaii County residents seeking rent relief, but more work needs to be done before Gov. David Ige’s eviction moratorium ends next month.
Lawmakers are scrambling to restore funding for a state-run aerospace center after a clerical error left it out of the state budget.
The Hawaii Fire Department Hazmat team and state Narcotics Enforcement Division personnel entered a unit at Alii Lani Townhouses Friday to search for suspected fentanyl.
HONOLULU — Two pilots told air traffic controllers that their engine had cut out and they needed help moments before crashing their cargo plane into the Pacific Ocean off Hawaii on Friday.
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