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Charter proposals seek to “fine-tune” mayor’s administration.

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Charter proposals seek to fine-tune mayor’s administration
Charter proposals seek to fine-tune mayor’s administration

Two council members are looking to fine-tune the structure of administrative offices to better respond to constituent concerns.


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Consumers defy inflation to support economy. For how long?

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Biden promises ‘concrete benefits’ from Asian trade pact

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Firefighters complain about unsafe conditions at PTA

Thousands of building permits set to expire next month

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Judge: Covid asylum restrictions to continue

County takes different approach to relocate homeless from Kona park

Twenty individuals who have been camping in front of the Kona Community Aquatic Center were relocated Friday morning by a coordinated effort between county departments and service providers.


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HHSAA Hall of Honor: Salazar-Harrell is Konawaena girls basketball’s 12th inductee; Kohala’s Cazimero also honored

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Obituaries for May 23

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Rainy Side View: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

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Kawaihae on high: Youth crews catapult Manny Veincent’s club to season-opening regatta win

 • Updated 11:25 am

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Police investigate fatal shooting in Nanawale

Obituaries for May 22

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