The Lualai Halloween Spooktacular returned on Monday after a pause amid the COVID pandemic.
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The Lualani Halloween Spook-tacular returned Monday after a two-year break amid the COVID pandemic.
Hawaii County has declared itself a victim of an employee who pleaded guilty to stealing affordable housing credits, and its attorneys are asking the court to return property currently under forfeiture by the federal government.
A proposed firebreak expansion project on Maunakea to protect the critically endangered palila has been approved by the Board of Land and Natural Resources.
The pilot of a helicopter that crashed on a remote Ka‘u lava field during a sunset tour in June told investigators that the engine had been swapped out but three earlier flights that day were normal.
A state-mandated free mediation program was a resounding success in preventing evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report.
Ha‘aheo Elementary School completed an Environmental Analysis for a three-phase renovation and construction project on Oct. 23, with the report finding there are no archaeological features, rare or endangered flora, or other historic elements that will be impacted by the construction.
Developers of the proposed Hoomalu at Waikoloa affordable housing project are asking the county to exempt them from three development requirements as a way to help keep the units affordable.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has found eight hand grenades and a mortar round in and near Waimea this year while clearing unexploded ordnance from the former Waikoloa Maneuver Area.
The Hawaii Food Basket is trying to get ahead of the holiday season and stay stocked despite an uptick in people in need and rising food costs.
HONOLULU — A former Junior ROTC instructor has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for sexually exploiting one of his Kauai high school students.
HONOLULU — A former U.S. defense contractor on Oahu accused with his wife of living for decades under stolen identities of dead babies will get a new attorney, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
Creativity was in free flow Wednesday at woodworker Tai Lake’s property
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