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Uncle Billy’s Hilo Bay Hotel and the Country Club Condo Hotel could be replaced by Hilton franchises under redevelopment proposals submitted to the state Department of Land and Natural Resources.
State leaders on Wednesday unveiled the Hawaii SMART Health Card, which will launch Friday.
The removal of two Maunakea telescopes will have no significant impacts on the environment, according to reports by the state Department of Health.
Fire Chief Kazuo Todd told the Hawaii County Fire Commission during its monthly meeting Wednesday that a firefighter from a Pahala volunteer company was severely injured Friday while fighting a long-burning underground fire in Ka‘u.
HONOLULU — Researchers have completed a comprehensive online map of the world’s coral reefs by using more than 2 million satellite images from across the globe.
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s teachers union has filed two grievances against the statewide public school system over pandemic working conditions.
HONOLULU — A resort in Waikiki will be the first in Hawaii to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all employees and guests.
State leaders today unveiled the Hawaii SMART Health Card.
The state Department of Health today reported 380 new confirmed and probable COVID-19 infections statewide, including 95 on the Big Island.
Financial constraints have forced the state to shelve for now extending Daniel K. Inouye Highway in West Hawaii.
The current average of COVID-19 infections could indicate a “slight reprieve” from soaring case counts might be on the horizon, but state health officials on Tuesday cautioned that Hawaii remains in dangerous territory.
A County Council committee observed a moment of silence Tuesday for an 85-year-old woman who died Sunday, almost a month after being attacked by multiple dogs Aug. 14 in Hawaiian Paradise Park.
HONOLULU — The Council on Revenues on Tuesday raised its forecast for Hawaii’s general fund tax revenues, saying it now expects revenues to increase by 6.3% during the current fiscal year instead of 3%.
With little fanfare, Gov. David Ige on Sept. 1 signed an executive order that releases Hawaii’s health care workers and facilities from civil liability during the COVID-19 crisis.
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