$52.7M in unspent Hawaii County funds will be carried forward for next year.
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Hawaii County ended the last fiscal year with $52.7 million left over to be applied to this year’s budget, according to an Oct. 15 report to the County Council.
Hawaii’s oldest food festival will be celebrating 50 years with both virtual and in-person events starting Thursday.
Researchers have found nearly four times more specimens of a rare insect on Maunakea this year than in the last two years combined.
SEATTLE — A federal grand jury in Seattle has indicted a man accused of punching a flight attendant in the face twice and trying to open the cockpit door during a flight from Hawaii to Washington state.
As the county administration struggles with a backlog of more than 1,500 building permit applications stuck in its new computerized EPIC system, contractors and County Council members have more questions than answers following a statement from Mayor Mitch Roth that certain permit reviews will be “expedited.”
KIHEI — A new high school on Maui won’t be welcoming students as planned next fall because the state Department of Education didn’t build a pedestrian bridge to the campus.
COVID-19 could not hold back Wildcat pride.
A 26-year-old Kailua-Kona woman suffered severe injuries following a single-vehicle crash early Friday on Highway 190 at mile marker 7 in South Kohala.
A judge had denied a defense request to move away from Maui the trial of a man charged with murder in the disappearance of his girlfriend.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The Interior Department issued draft guidelines Thursday for a new conservation corps that will allow Native youth to work on projects that benefit their own communities.
HONOLULU — The mayor of Honolulu says Oahu will drop capacity restrictions on large managed events beginning next week.
Ghosts and goblins will be out this weekend searching for treats from the living. Here are some alternatives to going door-to-door in West Hawaii.