The annual Panaewa Stampede Rodeo continues today, as thousands of fans watched the event on Saturday.
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The county Department of Parks and Recreation announces the temporary closure of the tennis courts at Herbert Shipman Park in Keaau, starting March 1, for fencing repairs. The work is anticipated to last through the end of March, barring any unforeseen delays.
This spring, the Big Island will see an increase in the number of cruise ships visiting Hilo and Kona.
Even as state and county officials contemplate the end of the pandemic, health officials warn residents to remember the last time COVID-19 cases declined significantly.
The Big Island’s stray and feral cat population has reached a “critical stage” because the COVID-19 pandemic and animal control problems have reduced spay and neuter opportunities and limited the intake of felines.
A Konawaena Middle School teacher facing three counts of sexual assault against a minor made his initial court appearance Thursday in Kona District Court.
HONOLULU — The state House of Representatives on Thursday created a commission that will recommend how to boost the effectiveness of state ethics, lobbying and campaign finance laws after two former lawmakers earlier this week pleaded guilty in connection with their acceptance of bribes.
The Hawaii County Department of Public Works Traffic Division will begin road-striping operations on Highway 132 between mile marker 7 and the intersection of Highway 137 (the area known as four corners) beginning today through mid-March, weather permitting.
COVID-19 infections plummet: Four Big Island cases reported Wednesday, down from a high of 834 a month ago
New COVID-19 cases on the Big Island dropped to the single digits Wednesday for the first time since December as the omicron surge continues to weaken.
Residents of Hillcrest and Aloha Kona subdivisions as well as businesses in Pottery Terrace in Kailua-Kona were evacuated Wednesday as a fast-moving brush fire approached homes and structures.
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