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Sewer Fee Refund


After 23 years, property owners along Alii Drive seek sewer fee refund.

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Tourism continues rebound

Despite stronger than expected visitor numbers in 2021, state officials on Wednesday said 2022’s tourism outlook is hazy.

Police seek Kona man wanted for questioning

Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 26-year-old Hauoli Vickery of Kona, who is wanted for questioning in connection with a criminal investigation.

Baltimore Clean-up activist hits Big Island

KAILUA-KONA — Conservative activist and Baltimore Clean-up organizer Scott Presler is coming to Hawaii Island to speak in support of President Trump and what can be done in the local community by ordinary citizens.

Woman apologizes for Lake Waiau rock-throwing incident

A woman apologized Tuesday evening for posting photos and video earlier this month of large rocks being thrown into Lake Waiau atop Maunakea after her actions caught the attention of conservation managers and law enforcement.

UH puts brakes on in-person instruction

The University of Hawaii will shift most of its classes to online lessons only for the first two weeks of the spring semester in response to the current spike in COVID-19 cases.

Police nab 15 for DUI

Police arrested 15 motorists for suspected drunken driving between Dec. 20 and Sunday. Six of the drivers were involved in traffic crashes.

Ready to collect: New 3% hotel tax goes into effect Saturday

The county tax forms are in place, new government employees are being hired and the hospitality industry is ready to begin what Mayor Mitch Roth calls the “unacceptable but necessary” step of charging guests at hotels and transient vacation rentals an extra 3% starting Saturday.

Police seek whereabouts of Hilo man

Hawaii Island police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating 35-year-old Kenoa Castro of Hilo, who was reported missing. He was last heard from in mid-October.

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