Three chefs with Hilo ties are among 13 people statewide named semifinalists for the 2022 James Beard Foundation Awards.
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Three chefs with Hilo ties are among 13 people statewide named semifinalists for the 2022 James Beard Foundation Awards — deemed “the Oscars of the food world” by Time magazine.
Mayor Mitch Roth is asking the County Council to approve a $139.5 million bond authorization that will take the county smack up against the recommended debt ceiling for sound financial management.
Owners of aggressive dogs could face tougher penalties under a bill that will be discussed this week by a County Council committee.
The Hawaii Police Department has assumed the investigation of a Friday morning fire that caused an estimated $2 million damage to the shuttered Uncle Billy’s Hilo Bay Hotel on Banyan Drive.
HONOLULU — In the wake of continued geopolitical tensions and related cybersecurity attacks affecting Ukraine and other countries in the region, the Hawaii Office of Homeland Security has been working hand-in-hand with its partners to identify and rapidly share information about cybersecurity threats that could threaten the operations of critical infrastructure in Hawaii.
The Hawaii National Guard said today the increase in military aircraft doing takeoffs and landings at Hilo International Airport is a National Guard exercise.
Hawaii’s top energy official on Thursday said he supports a decision by the owner of Hawaii’s only operational oil refinery to cease purchasing crude oil from Russia because of its war against Ukraine.
HONOLULU — A well-known adage in Hawaiian, ola i ka wai, means “water is life.”
In light of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, legislators and staff at the Hawaii State Capitol will be wearing blue and/or yellow today to show their support and solidarity for the people of Ukraine.
The Department of Environmental Management will hold an informational public meeting regarding wastewater treatment at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 16, at the Pahala Community Center, 96-1149 Kamani Street.
A state House bill that would create a new management entity for Maunakea was approved Wednesday by three committees, but the legislation likely will be dead on arrival in the Senate.