Kona Hongwanji Buddhist Temple celebrates 125 years with bon dance, craft fair, chigo parade, and affirmantion rites.
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Kona Hongwanji Buddhist Temple celebrated 125 years Saturday and Sunday with a Bon Dance, craft fair, Chigo parade, service and Affirmation Rites.
A recent survey from CNN and the Kaiser Family Foundation found 90% of people in the U.S. think the country is experiencing a mental health crisis.
A business improvement district might be created for downtown Hilo.
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In an effort to make health care more affordable and alleviate the state’s physician shortage, Grassroot Institute of Hawaii launched a petition urging the Hawaii Legislature to exempt medical services from the state’s general excise tax, or GET.
Court documents filed on behalf of the estate of the 11-year-old Boy Scout who was killed Aug. 28 when a firearm accidentally was discharged said the gun was an “AK-47 semi-automatic assault rifle.”
Five Big Island schools competed in the first regular season BIIF cheer competition on Wednesday evening.
A proposed project by the state Department of Land and Natural Resources would expand firebreaks on Maunakea in order to protect an endangered bird.
Bail was recently increased for a California man accused of attempted murder and other offenses stemming from an alleged stabbing Sept. 1 at a South Kohala hotel.
East Hawaii Health Cancer Center on Saturday will be hosting its second annual Community Cancer Screening and Education event.
A Kailua-Kona man facing multiple counts of murder and attempted murder in connection with stabbings in May and June in Hilo and Kona was recently indicted in accordance with a recent Hawaii Supreme Court ruling.
Martin George Heins, 65, of Kailua-Kona died Sept. 9 in Kealakekuai.Born in The Netherlands, he was a mechanic, security guard and U.S. Army veteran. Private services. Online condolences: ballardfamilymortuaries.com. Survived by brothers Eric Heins and David Swor Heins of San Francisco, The Rev. Paul Heins of Port Townsend, Wash; a niece. Arrangements by Ballard Family Mortuary.
HONOLULU — Gov. David Ige and First Lady Dawn Amano-Ige welcomed the governor of Hiroshima, Japan, Hidehiko Yuzaki, and his delegation to the Hawaii State Library on Wednesday.
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