State of Hawaii Department of Transportation issues its weekly road and lane closures for 04-10 June 2022.
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The state Department of Transportation issued its weekly road and lane closure list for June 4-10.
No injuries were reported in a Friday afternoon fire that destroyed an unoccupied structure on Uau Road in Kea‘au.
Hawaiʻi County Mass Transit Agency announced that Hele-On service is now fare-free through Dec. 31, 2023.
Mamalahoa Highway, near mile marker 105 in Captain Cook, is open.
A portion of Hawaiʻi Belt Road in Laupāhoehoe is scheduled for repairs after sustaining damage during Hurricane Lane in 2018.
A Hilo man was sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading no contest to sexual assault offenses that occurred between May and August of 2021.
Installed and operated by Pacific Biodiesel, the state’s first mobile biodiesel fueling station opened Friday at Māʻalaea Small Boat Harbor on Maui.
Maui County’s E-Cycling Maui is moving June 4 to the new ReThink Recycling Center in Pu’unēnē at 301 Hansen Road.
The state Department of Transportation issued its weekly road and lane closures for the week of June 4-10. Lane closure schedules may change at any time without further notice. All projects are weather permitting.
A Kapa‘a couple is leading the way for environmental change after converting their home septic system to one more eco-friendly.