Supply chain problems and other “circumstances” have led to the cancellation/delay of several solar projects.
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Visitors are gradually returning to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park as Kilauea’s latest eruption continues.
The pandemic could not stop Hawaii Island residents from donating to Relay For Life and the American Cancer Society’s mission to advance cancer research and innovation. Thanks to the generosity of supporters, Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union raised $17,018 — surpassing its goal during Relay For Life events in 2021.
A long-awaited road reconstruction project on Waianuenue Avenue is expected to begin in February and last a full year.
The commission charged with overseeing land set aside for preservation has created a subcommittee to unravel problems in contracting with nonprofits to maintain the properties.
Police are seeking potential witnesses to an early morning single-vehicle traffic collision involving a taxpayer-subsidized police vehicle driven by an off-duty officer.
Police arrested a 40-year-old Orchidland Estates man who allegedly assaulted two officers and tried to steal the service firearm from one of them.
Masako Fujii, 91, of Honokaa died Oct. 8 at home. Born in Haina, she was a retired postal clerk for Honokaa Post Office and member of Honokaa Hongwanji Buddhist Temple and Buddhist Women’s Association. Private services held. No flowers or koden (monetary gifts). Survived by son, Jason (Gemma) Fujii of Honokaa; daughter, Kay (Dean) Tanaka of Hilo; nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
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.
County Council members praised a resolution Wednesday urging the state Legislature to set tighter limits on using Hawaii location names to sell coffee.
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.
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