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State Sen. Lorraine R. Inouye, chairwoman of the Water and Land Committee, said Thursday that Gov. David Ige released $8.75 million in capital improvement project funding for the construction of a 10-million gallon water reservoir for the Lalamilo water system.
Gov. David Ige has appointed Chad Keone Farias to serve as executive director of the School Facilities Authority, which is charged with the development, planning and construction of public school capital improvement projects.
An array of promised community benefits was enough Tuesday to propel a Waikoloa Beach Resort timeshare project out of a County Council committee with a positive recommendation.
HONOLULU — Two men captured in Southern California and suspected of a Hawaii murder were living in the victim’s house in an exclusive, gated community until neighbors complained about a stench, leading to the discovery of the homeowner’s body encased in concrete in a bathtub, police said.
HONOLULU (AP) — Honolulu’s water utility on Thursday asked roughly 400,000 Oahu residents to voluntarily cut their water use by 10% because of concerns about dry weather and a petroleum leak from a massive Navy fuel storage facility that has forced it to shut down three wells.
As the Tribune-Herald reported Wednesday, Hawaiian Electric is forecasting that residential electric bills for Hawaii Island will rise about 20% over the next several months.
Hilo Medical Center is one step closer to an expansion of its intensive care unit from 11 to 18 beds, according to Dan Brinkman, East Hawaii CEO of Hawaii Health Systems Corp.
County Council members Wednesday were enthusiastic about a $149.5 million bond authorization, saying the money could help the county secure “once in a generation” federal dollars for badly needed projects.
A Konawaena Middle School teacher facing three counts of sexual assault against a minor off-campus is out on bail again Wednesday after being arrested Tuesday in Oahu on an outstanding $150,000 bench warrant.
Two Hamakua landmarks will be listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Tearful testimony spurred broad support Tuesday for a bill to overhaul the county’s laws relating to dog attacks.
In addition to increasing pain at the pump as gas prices rise, Big Islanders could see electric bills increase substantially in the coming months following an outright ban on the U.S. import of Russian oil, natural gas and coal amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
After three years of planning and construction, Hilo Medical Center has opened its second catheterization laboratory.