Kailua-Kona business owner alleges conflict of interest in building code bill.
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Lee Loy hit with ethics complaint: Kailua-Kona business owner alleges conflict of interest in building code bill
A Kailua-Kona business owner has filed an ethics complaint against Hilo Councilwoman Sue Lee Loy, alleging she has a conflict of interest in voting on recent construction code measures because her daughter works for HPM Building Supply, which could benefit from provisions streamlining inspections of factory built housing.
A countywide rental assistance program has issued more than $4 million to county residents and will be extended until the middle of next year.
Set up in a pavilion on the beach at Old Kona Airport Park Thursday morning, West Hawaii Community Health Center (WHCHC) staff welcomed homeless individuals taking part in the latest effort to vaccinate the community.
COVID Pau Friday: Waimea Family Food Truck Friday presents special edition featuring prizes, vaccines
Waimea Family Food Truck Friday returned to Waimea this past weekend holding with COVID Pau Friday — a special edition event featuring gifts, food vouchers, and COVID-19 vaccines for anyone age 12 and older.
As Hawaii County waits for Gov. David Ige to approve Mayor Mitch Roth’s proposed new restrictions aimed at slowing the current surge of COVID, residents and tourists alike have expressed concern with some of the suggestions.
Mayor Mitch Roth last week proposed more stringent restrictions aimed at curbing the surge of COVID-19 cases in Hawaii County.
A flash flood watch will go into effect Sunday morning for the Hawaiian Islands due to the threat of heavy rainfall as the remnants of former-Hurricane Linda pass north of the state.
“These are the darkest days of the pandemic for us,” Lt. Gov. Josh Green said Friday.
HONOLULU — A hospital serving a Honolulu suburb on Friday has filled up as the community faces a surge of COVID-19 cases.
Kealakehe High School held a vaccine clinic Friday, the deadline for student-athletes to get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine if they want to play this season.
HONOLULU — State officials say a surge in tourists is leading to increased harassment of sea turtles on a popular North Shore Oahu beach.
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s surging COVID-19 cases have overwhelmed the state’s contact tracing efforts.
The Big Island Friday reported 162 new cases of COVID-19, accounting for just under a fifth of the 845 cases reported statewide.
Three state lawmakers sent a letter Thursday to the Hawaii Health Systems Corporation requesting information about its decision to delay implementation of mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations until the vaccines have been fully approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Tropical Storm Linda crossed over into the Central Pacific on Thursday.
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