Be prepared to pay more for your Kona coffee as crop is hit by “perfect storm.”
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Applications for a state-funded rental assistance program will open next week for the first time in five years.
New hunting regulations that would double the amount of feral pigs a hunter could take each day in certain Puna forest reserves will once again be considered by the state Board of Land and Natural Resources Friday.
A 31-year-old Waimea man released on bail for recent fireworks and drug offenses, was recently charged threatening a Hawaii Police Department officer.
A Christmas morning confrontation in Leilani Estates ended without physical injuries despite two shotgun blasts and an intentional auto collision, according to court document filed by police.
The 71-year-old Hilo man who jumped to his death Wednesday from the Puueo Bridge in downtown Hilo was a colorful character who pulled off an upset win in the GOP primary election for Hawaii’s 2nd Congressional District in 2012 — while homeless — and co-wrote one of Hawaii’s most beloved songs.
Nearly a quarter million acres on Hawaii Island are proposed to be designated as critical habitat for the federally threatened ‘i‘iwi, or scarlet honeycreeper.
Visions of a world class Japanese Cultural Center in the heart of Kailua-Kona Kona are proceeding to the capital campaign stage to raise $5 million to purchase land mauka of Queen Kaahumanu Highway.
HONOLULU — Lava from Kilauea spurted high into the air and spread out across about 300 acres of the volcano’s summit crater floor, creating a spectacular sight as the mountain began erupting again after a few weeks’ hiatus.
Hele-On will not operate any bus and paratransit services on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2023, due to providing Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) training for all County of Hawaii Mass Transit Agency employees and its contractors.
A local nonprofit working to spruce up Harold H. Higashihara Park got a little boost in funding Thursday from Hawaii County.