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After the COVID-19 pandemic hiatus, July 4th returns to Hawaii Island on Monday.

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After pandemic hiatus, July 4 back in full swing
After pandemic hiatus, July 4 back in full swing

 

After two years of scaled-down and canceled July 4 events because of the coronavirus pandemic, a full-scale celebration is in the works for Monday.

 

 • Updated 12:05 am


Candidates make their pitches: Green, Kahele, Cayetano discuss policy differences

 • Updated 12:05 am


DOH keeping eye on two new COVID variants

 • Updated 12:05 am


Poll: Most say nation on wrong track, including Dems

 • Updated 12:05 am


Athletics facilities get much-needed upgrade at UH-Hilo


Higher water rates coming down the pipe


Aide: Trump dismissed Jan. 6 threats, wanted to join crowd


Judge orders document in Ireland case to be unsealed

Jury indicts Hilo man for alleged stabbing

 

A Hilo grand jury has indicted a 22-year-old Hilo man for allegedly stabbing a 25-year-old woman on the grounds of a Hilo church.

 

 • Updated 12:05 am


Obituaries for June 30

 • Updated 12:05 am


Hilo man charged with sexual assault of minor


N. Kona water restrictions could be eased this week


Keiki at the helm: Summer camp teaches children the basics of sailing


Obituaries for June 29


Your Views for June 29


Two Hilo men charged with ag theft


Police seek theft suspect



 

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