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Roundabout slated for Hilo

By MICHAEL BRESTOVANSKY Hawaii Tribune-Herald Downtown Hilo will get a roundabout in 2027, according to a state plan published Tuesday. The long-anticipated project would reconfigure the intersection between Bayfront Highway, Kamehameha Avenue and Waianuenue Avenue in an effort to mitigate traffic congestion at the northern entrance into town. According to a draft environmental assessment published Tuesday, the project would create a roundabout with inbound and outbound lanes opening…Read more

Life Care Center clear of COVID following outbreak

By GRANT PHILLIPS Hawaii Tribune-Herald Life Care Center of Hilo recently experienceda large COVID-19outbreak, resulting in 93 confirmed cases and one death since April. However, Life Care Center representatives and the state Department of Health confirmed the facility is now free of active cases, and indoor visitation is open at the facility. “As of May 23, Life Care Center of Hilo is pleased to share that we have no active cases of COVID-19 in our building,” said Life CareCenter Executive…Read more

DLNR identifies women cited for illegally feeding Waikoloa feral cats

By JOHN BURNETT Hawaii Tribune-Herald The Department of Land and Natural Resources on Tuesday released the names of the two women cited by state conservation officers April 18 during a protest by feral cat activists at Queens’ Marketplace Shopping Center. See CATS Page A10 …Read more

DLNR identifies women cited for illegally feeding Waikoloa feral cats

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