The Merrie Monarch Festival says ticket sales for the 2022 Ho’ike event go on sale 15 March 2022 at the Festival Office, 865 Piilani Street in Hilo.
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Consultants hired by the county to evaluate the best alternative for the intersection of Waikoloa Road and Paniolo Avenue seem to be leaning toward a roundabout rather than traffic signals.
The spokesman for a local citizens’ group that successfully sued to have the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Park Service brought into compliance with the Air Tour Management Act of 2000 expressed disappointment Monday that the agencies released a document seeking comments on possible air tour management plans for Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Maui’s Haleakala National Park.
Hawaii hemp farmers hope a bill moving through the state Senate will finally allow them to affordably sell products here.
Candidates for most political offices can begin pulling nomination papers today, elections officials clarified after two state Supreme Court orders left some would-be candidates wondering.
All of Hawaii County’s COVID restrictions have ended, as Mayor Mitch Roth has terminated his most recent COVID-19 emergency proclamation.
The National Park Service and Federal Aviation Administration are seeking public input prior to releasing a draft of a court-ordered air tour management plan for Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
A pair of bills that would provide state regulatory support for “virtual currencies” successfully passed their final committee hearings in their respective chambers last week.
Over 100 volunteers came together Saturday to give Harold H. Higashihara Park a facelift.
The Roman Catholic Church in the State of Hawaii has settled four civil lawsuits alleging a defrocked Big Island priest sexually molested teenage boys decades ago, according to court records.
Waipio Valley residents are grateful for a county emergency proclamation closing the Waipio Valley Access Road to nonlocal traffic.
Over a kilogram of fentanyl and pounds of methamphetamine are off the streets of West Hawaii thanks to an investigation by the Hawaii Police Department Area II vice unit working in concert with federal officials.
With COVID-19 case counts on the decline, the 59th Annual Merrie Monarch Festival will return to its customary schedule starting on Easter Sunday.
Chiyono Kobayashi, 100, of Kealakekua died Feb. 8. Born in Hilo, she was the retired owner of the former Yamada Furniture Store in Kona, a member of Kainaliu Makai Kumi, former state Health Commissioner, former president of the Kona Business & Professional Women’s Club and a registered Republican. Drive-thru celebration of life 1-3 p.m. Sunday, March 27, at Club Rehab Mauka Clinic, 79-7422 Mamalahoa Hwy., site of the former Yamada Furniture Store. Private inurnment services will follow. Survived by son, Grant T. (Ryoko) Kobayashi of Kealakekua; daughters, Glenna (Charles) Bell of Kealakekua and Charlotte (Daniel) Graham of Honolulu; three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.
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