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Looking out for the land

By GRANT PHILLIPS Hawaii Tribune-Herald The Hawaii Tourism Authority will expand its Action Stewardship Program to cover Pohoiki, Punalu’u and Kealakekua Bay in an effort to preserve natural and cultural resources. Those areas were identified as hotspot locations by HTA due to overcrowding, congestion, degradation of resources and other concerns. “For Punalu’u and Kealakekua, it’s kind of the classic story where the interest in the place is bigger than the infrastructure’s ability…Read more


By KELSEY WALLING Hawaii Tribune-Herald Construction on Keawe Street in downtown Hilo will be ongoing until April 2024. Hawaii County crews are upgrading the gas, sewer andwater infrastructure along Keawe, and the work is requiring the closure of parking spaces and traffic lanes from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekdays. Originally, the Department of Public Works announced that all the work would be doneat night. Work began May 1, and construction switched to a daytime schedule by June 5. “The…Read more

Members of Congress break for August recess

By KEVIN FREKING Associated Press WASHINGTON – Lawmakers broke for their August recess this week with work onfunding the government largely incomplete, fueling worries about whether Congress will be able to avoid a partial government shutdown this fall. Congress has until Oct. 1, the start of the new fiscal year, to act on government funding. They could pass spending bills to fund government agencies into nextyear, or simply pass a stopgap measure that keeps agencies running until they strike…Read more

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