Hawaii Island Visitor Industry Charity Walk raises $282K.
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Astronomers using an observatory on Maunakea have determined that the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy is, more or less, about as massive as they had previously thought.
The fate of a 21-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting an elderly woman in 2019 at a South Kohala campground is in the hands of the seven-woman, five-man jury.
HONOLULU — U.S. Navy divers are trying to remove jet fuel from a water shaft near Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor after people using the water in their homes reported becoming sick.
HONOLULU — The USS Arizona Memorial has problems again with its shoreside dock, which means that boat tours to the popular Pearl Harbor site are suspended.
Hawaii County could receive as much as $100 million to strengthen its agricultural industry as part of the Biden administration’s Build Back Better initiative.
Developers of West Hawaii Business Park want to build just a small portion of Kamanu Street, rather than the entire roadway, prior to developing a 31-acre parcel of the 95-acre park for an undisclosed buyer.
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 was sentenced Nov. 30 to four years of probation by Hilo Circuit Judge Henry Nakamoto.
The night was lit up with Christmas stations Saturday at Holoholo Kalikimaka walk-through parade at the Kekuaokalani Gymnasium and Kona Community Aquatic Center. Strolling through the “parade” route, were treated to festive decorations, live entertainment, craft booths and of course Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Two U.S. Congressional committees were pleased with a recent survey naming the Thirty Meter Telescope as a priority project for federal funding.
The University of Hawaii Board of Regents will hold a special meeting to consider, among other things, a new draft of an updated Maunakea Master Plan.
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