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Hotel returning to Banyan?

By MICHAEL BRESTOVANSKY Hawaii Tribune-Herald The former Country Club Condominium Hotel may become a hotel again under new management. The 152-unit Banyan Drive building has gone through a series of management changes over the last several years while the state tries to figure out what to do with the property. In 2019, a businesscalled OceanFront 121 took over management, but last year the company informed the Department of Land and Natural Resources – which owns the land – that it…Read more

Papa’aloa slated for new gym

By KELSEY WALLING Hawaii Tribune-Herald There is a bright future on the horizon for Papa’aloa and the Hamakua Coast with the newly acquired $10 million for a new community gym. In October 2021, the County of Hawaii notified the Papa’aloa community that their beloved gym would not reopen after COVID-19 and would be demolished due to extensive termite damage. After hearing the disappointing news, many community members banded together to ensure a new gym would be built in its place. …Read more

Celebrating Prince Kuhio Day

By KELSEY WALLING Hawaii Tribune-Herald Over 500 people visited the Lyman Museum for Manuahi Day, or the first free day since COVID-19 on Monday. The Lyman Museum celebrated Prince Kuhio Day with free admission for visitors, many of which visited the new Island Heritage Gallery for the first time. “It is wonderful to see so many people up here today,” said collections manager Lynn Elia. “People See LYMAN Page A6 On Monday, Shay, right, and Erika Kaneo look at the traditional…Read more

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