“Come fly away: UH-Hilo graduates first students in pilot-training program.”
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The University of Hawaii at Hilo’s new Aeronautical Science Program celebrated its first two graduates this year.
EWA BEACH, Hawaii — Brian Keaulana is the quintessential Native Hawaiian waterman, well-known in Hawaii and beyond for his deep understanding of the ocean, gifted with surfing and lifeguarding skills passed down from his big-wave rider father.
Parker School held their 47th commencement ceremony on Friday, May 26 at Kahilu Theatre in Waimea and proudly honored the 28 students in the Class of 2023. As is Parker School tradition, graduates danced the hula to “Waimea ‘Aina Hanohano” and honored their parents and families with the presentation of a lei to show their appreciation.
The community came together Saturday to memorialize Puna soldiers who died in combat defending the nation in the 76th annual Interfaith Memorial Day Observance.
Gov. Josh Green on Friday morning said in an online interview he would be appropriating more than $60 million for tourism promotion, marketing and management when he signs the state budget into law in mid-June.
A 34-year-old man his father describes as a disabled, highly decorated Army combat veteran living in Puna has been reported missing.
When Hilton Lewis began working at the W. M. Keck Observatory in 1986, astronomy was a very different field.
Active volcanoes tell us their stories through earthquakes, deformation, gas emissions, and lava flows. We interpret those stories through myriad scientific instruments and record them in journals and news reports for generations to come. But what if a volcano isn’t active and hasn’t been in hundreds or even thousands of years? How can we learn their stories when now they slumber?
Remembering the fallen: Former Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim connects the past with present at veterans memorial event
Flags waved in the wind and taps was played for about 50 people in Hilo on Thursday as they honored 10 lives that were lost during the Vietnam War.
As El Nino conditions continue to develop in equatorial Pacific waters, Hawaii residents are advised to prepare for a busier hurricane season than in recent years, as well as the possibility of a prolonged drought.
For the Kona Choral Society, its upcoming concert has been three years in the making. The dedicated effort has resulted in the debut of two original choral works with the respective composers in attendance. This unique concert, the “Hawaii Island premieres of Island Home (Awakening) and Jubilate Deo,” will take place from 4–5 p.m. on Sunday, June 4 in the Grand Ballroom of the Hilton Waikoloa Village.
Aloha Theatre will present “Disney’s Descendants: The Musical,” this year’s junior show, opening June 2 and running through June 18.
A 19-year-old Puna man has been indicted by a grand jury for a violent domestic incident last week that allegedly included an abduction, a beating and an involuntary car ride from Hilo to Puna for the victim.
Hawai‘i Island police have arrested and charged two Hilo men with various offenses following the Sunday break-in of a downtown Hilo business owner’s vehicle.