Hawaii County Council supports resolution calling for stricter limits on coffee labeling.
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County Council members praised a resolution Wednesday urging the state Legislature to set tighter limits on using Hawaii location names to sell coffee.
Dozens of Boogie Board enthusiasts gathered Saturday, International Bodyboarding Day, at Wai‘aha Bay, or Honl’s Beach to honor Tom Morey, creator of the modern-day bodyboar, or Boogie Board.
Na Leo community television executives are investigating a whistle-blower complaint filed by an employee charging a hostile work environment because three managers who had a business relationship with former CEO Stacy Higa continue working at the station.
Kolekole Beach Park will be closed from Monday through Dec. 31 as the state Department of Transportation makes emergency repairs to Kolekole Stream Bridge to upgrade the bridge capacity from a 12-ton to a 40-ton load rating capacity, Hawaii County announced Friday.
A 37-year-old Kailua-Kona man arrested in late April after a police chase following an alleged violent domestic incident in the Hilo Walmart parking lot could be changing his plea later this month.
A move by Mayor Mitch Roth’s office to raise private donations to host conferences has caused some County Council members consternation about the appearance of “pay for play,” but the second event in the mayor’s series is scheduled later this month after council approval of the money.
Hundreds of people walked Mamalahoa Highway in the heart of Holualoa Saturday for the 22nd annual Holualoa Village Coffee and Art Stroll. Coffee farmers offered samples of award-winning coffee and artisans displayed their wares for visitors and locals alike. (Photos by Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
‘The best rollercoaster ride ever’: 1988 Miss Kona Coffee reflects on journey to become Hawaii’s first winner of Miss America
On a dare, Carolyn Sapp entered the 1988 Miss Kona Coffee Scholarship Competition, winning the title and embarking her on a path that would lead to the title of Miss America 1992.
Dozens of Big Island residents made the trip to the State Tree Nursery in Waimea Friday to get their hands on a variety of native plants and trees ahead of Arbor Day Hawaii, which is today.
HONOLULU — The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday approved President Joe Biden’s nomination of Clare Connors to be the next U.S. attorney for Hawaii.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Supreme Court on Thursday ruled in favor of two government watchdog groups who sued to stop the Legislature’s use of “gut and replace” tactics on legislation.
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