“Clean Sweep” for Kauai hula halau at the Merrie Monarch Festival.
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A long-awaited senior center in Hilo will begin construction before the fall.
Satellite-dish array proposed for Ka‘u: Project would be used to search for fast radio bursts from space
A Taiwanese research institute has plans to build a small satellite receiver array in Ka‘u to search for elusive signals from space.
‘Great big party house’ irks neighbors: Illegal short-term vacation rentals pop up in residential neighborhoods
A group of Kailua-Kona homeowners says a loophole in the county vacation rental law is allowing illegal short-term rentals to flourish in what once were quiet neighborhoods.
A required course in Filipino history, culture and identity could be coming to all Hawaii public high schools, according to a resolution passed earlier this month by the state Legislature.
HONOLULU — The U.S. government on Friday dropped its appeals of a Hawaii order requiring it to remove fuel from a massive military fuel storage facility that leaked petroleum into the Navy’s water system at Pearl Harbor last year.
A Kailua-Kona woman, who as a young Jew fled Nazi Germany, recounted her life on the occasion of her 100th birthday Saturday afternoon.
Kolekole Bridge is on track to reopen to heavy truck traffic by June, state officials said Thursday.
The state Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday to approve more than 200 requests from schools for noninstructional days, decreasing the number of hours students will spend in the classroom for the 2022-2023 school year.
Community, crafts and the aloha spirit made a comeback at Wednesday’s in-person debut of the 59th Annual Merrie Monarch Festival’s Hawaiian Arts and Crafts Fair at the Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium in Hilo.
Nurses at Queen’s North Hawaii Community Hospital in Waimea held an informational picket Wednesday morning in a stand for equal pay.