Public input sought on soil removal at Kolekole Beach Park.
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A backlog in building permits was expected, but it’s worse than contractors suspected — and the county previously reported — in the transition to an online permitting system for two county departments.
The state Department of Health is requesting public feedback on a plan to remove lead from the soil within Kolekole Beach Park.
Bikeshare Hawaii Island has been thriving and growing since first introduced five years ago.
A final environmental assessment released Friday has a finding of no significant impact for a proposed affordable housing project of up to 90 units for seniors and families in Hilo.
As farmers throughout Hawaii learn how to deal with a wide range of issues – with pests ranging from coffee leaf rust to the coffee berry borer – Big Island farmers are hoping to create a more broad and diverse conversation with their state representatives as they learn to combat pests and climate change moving forward.
An environmental assessment of a flood-control project of the Waiakea and Palai streams in Hilo was released Friday with a finding of no significant impact.
A recent public meeting to discuss the University of Hawaii’s future plans for Maunakea failed to win the trust of some Native Hawaiian activists.
With the holiday season fast approaching, Big Island residents must once again grapple with a crucial question: where to buy a Christmas tree?
Gov. David Ige announced Friday the appointment of Wendy M. DeWeese to the seat previously held by Kona Circuit Judge Melvin H. Fujino, who retired in 2020.
Rainfall totals in the Hamakua, North Hilo, South Hilo, Puna and South Kona districts were mostly near- to above-average for September, according to the monthly precipitation summary prepared by the National Weather Service in Honolulu.
Home sales remained vigorous on the Big Island this summer despite a spike in COVID-19 cases and a request by the governor for visitors to stay away.
Good fences may make good neighbors, as the poet famously says. But gates, apparently not so much.
A team of divers conducting marine debris removal efforts in Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument in September recently found a nuisance alga known to grow quickly and smother coral reefs.
HONOLULU — Honolulu will soon begin allowing a limited number of fans at University of Hawaii football games and other outdoor entertainment events as it begins to ease restrictions protecting the community from COVID-19.
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