East Hawaii Outdoor Circle gave away 1,000 fruit trees this weekend.
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The East Hawaii Outdoor Circle gave away 1,000 fruit trees this weekend.
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Job stability. Competitive pay. Good benefits and retirement package. Strong union protection. It wasn’t that long ago that county jobs were considered plum positions, subject to intense competition and even political favoritism.
The number of students repeating grades for the 2021-22 school year in Hawaii County more than doubled from the year before.
HONOLULU — The U.S. military said it’s finished draining three pipelines connecting Pearl Harbor to a fuel storage facility that last year spilled jet fuel into the military installation’s tap water and sickened 6,000 people.
Police have arrested an Ocean View man in connection with a Tuesday domestic incident that left a 3-year-old boy in critical condition.
Hawaii Radiologic Associates has confirmed that the company experienced an attack by cyber criminals on Oct. 20, causing an immediate shutdown of HRA’s computer and phone systems.
Hawaii Police are investigating whether a man arrested Thursday is the same as a suspicious armed man reported in Waikoloa Village that led to a school lockdown.
A proposed new housing development in Honokaa received support from County Council members and residents on Wednesday.
Astronomers using a Maunakea observatory have discovered the closest known black hole to Earth.
After a decade of service, Pohai Malama Care Center, a 12-bed inpatient hospice facility owned and operated by Hawaii Care Choices, will cease operations starting Nov. 18.
Hawaii Radiologic Associates has been experiencing what it refers to as “technical difficulties” that have caused temporary disruptions to its computer systems, phone lines and website.
A 52-year-old Big Island man, who recently relocated to Hawaii from the mainland, was cited Tuesday by state and federal agencies after his dog was captured on videotape harassing a Hawaiian monk seal at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park on Oct. 10.
With 19 licenses to carry a concealed firearm issued and another 58 pending approval in Hawaii County, some Hawaii Island police officers are concerned they haven’t received proper training on encountering permit holders.
The Hawaii County Council is urging the Legislature to take steps to improve ailing roadway infrastructure on the Big Island.