Because of COVID-19, many elements of the Hilo ceremony were absent, but the spirit of the day was “on display.”
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A Puna man was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison for a wild spree almost 2½ years ago that included an assault with a metal pipe or rebar and a victim who said he was purposely hit by a vehicle carjacked by the assailant.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday it has fined Hawaii County $28,500 for missing a deadline to submit a complete design of a wastewater treatment facility in Pahala under a 2017 consent order requiring the county to replace decades-old gang cesspools in Pahala and Naalehu.
A project by Big Island students, professors and county workers to model the effects of climate change on the island was showcased at a global climate conference earlier this week.
More than 30 volunteers spent Saturday morning cleaning up trash strewn along Queen Ka‘ahumanu Highway in Kailua-Kona.
HONOLULU— A 6-year-old Hawaii girl was killed a month before her adoptive parents reported her missing, Honolulu police said Wednesday as they announced the arrest of the parents on suspicion of second-degree murder.
HONOLULU — A former elected official in Hawaii pleaded guilty Wednesday to leading a drug-trafficking organization while serving as a member of the county council on Kauai.
HONOLULU — Nearly 2,000 Kaiser Permanente health care workers in Hawaii plan to strike later this month over wages and staffing concerns.
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.
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