Ironman World Championship needs volunteers now with first race Thursday in Kona.
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Ironman World Championship needs volunteers – and fast with first race Thursday in Kona By Megan Hadley
With the Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona less than a week away, race organizers are scrambling to find volunteers to fill about 4,000 shifts to help care for the approximately 5,000 participants.
Itʻs the right to access public lands vs. ʻWe can hear Waipiʻo Breatheʻ By Tom Hasslinger
The closure and reopening of Waipiʻo Valley Road has led to a conflict between valley residents who want the area to remain mostly closed for the sake of the land and culture and those who believe it is their right to have access to the public lands and ocean.
Waiākea Intermediate school closes library due to budget issues By Tiffany DeMasters
Waiakea Intermediate School’s library is closing its doors and books not taken in by teachers to their own classrooms will be donated to the public library.
Former Hilo Medical Center nurse facing drug theft, fentanyl possession charges By Tiffany DeMasters
A former Hilo Medical Center nurse was charged with various offenses including prescription drug theft and possession of the synthetic opioid fentanyl.
Million-dollar bail maintained for Mountain View attempted murder suspect
A bail reduction request for a man charged with attempted murder was denied on Thursday.
Hawaiʻi State Energy Office seeks input on partnering opportunities
“We are looking for insight into potential partners who can help Hawaiʻi put our best foot forward and bring more federal dollars home to diversify our economy, provide more local jobs, help our frontline communities, and drive innovation and investment to address the climate crisis,” said Scott Glenn, Hawai‘i Chief Energy Officer.
Five people displaced by cottage fire in Haʻikū
Five people were displaced following a structure fire in Haʻikū on Friday afternoon.
Renovations set for permit section of Parks and Rec
The Department of Parks and Recreation said on Friday that the public may experience customer service delays with the permit section at the Līhu‘e Civic Center in Suite 150 from Oct. 6-10, due to office and workstation renovations.
Weekly road closures: Oct. 1-7
The state Department of Transportation issued its weekly list of road and lane closures for Oct. 1-7.
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