There’s been no public response to a lawsuit by the Edmund C. Olson Trust against a developer who wanted to develop properties on Banyan Drive.
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The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory on Monday lowered Kilauea’s volcano alert level to WATCH, and its aviation color code to ORANGE, to reflect “the less-hazardous nature of the ongoing eruption.” The volcano began erupting on Sept. 29 for the first time since May. The eruption is contained to Halema‘uma‘u crater within the volcano’s summit caldera in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Two large solar farms could come to the West Hawaii coast, thanks to projects contemplated by the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.
The University of Hawaii is hosting what it calls a “virtual public forum” in which the public can ask questions via email about UH’s draft Maunakea Master Plan.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green believes the state could begin lowering COVID-19 restrictions in about two weeks.
The state Department of Health today reported 195 new confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases statewide, including 40 on the Big Island.
Hawaii’s congressional delegation recently introduced bicameral legislation to allow research funding to address all current and emerging threats to the coffee and macadamia nut industries
A 45-year-old Hilo man pleaded guilty Wednesday to the repeated sexual assault of a minor between September 2011 and October 2017.
Although many pandemic unemployment programs are no longer available, Hawaii businesses are still having trouble finding workers.
Bay Clinic and West Hawaii Community Health Center will consolidate operations next year to form a new health care organization serving patients islandwide.
Nearly 100 West Hawaii residents Saturday took to the streets to joining citizens across the nation rallying in support abortion rights of abortion rights in Hawaii and beyond.
The vog is back.
Gov. David Ige extended his pandemic emergency order through November as the latest COVID-19 surge gradually weakens.
State and county leaders have joined together to address congestion on Puainako Street caused as more families drop off and pick up students at nearby public schools.
The latest eruption of Kilauea is producing almost as much lava as the 2018 eruption, although it is so far entirely confined to Halema‘uma‘u crater in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.