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Roundabout plan moves ahead

By MICHAEL BRESTOVANSKY Hawaii Tribune-Herald A plan to install a roundabout at the Hilo Bayfront moved one step forward Friday despitereservations from residents. In an effort to improve traffic flow at the north edge of Downtown Hilo, the state Department of Transportation intends to convert the intersectionof Waianuenue Avenue, Kamehameha Avenue and Bayfront Highway into a single-lane roundabout. In addition to the traffic benefits, the project is also intended to improve nearby pedestrian…Read more

PAC ready to kick off season

By KELSEY WALLING Hawaii Tribune-Herald The University of Hawaii at Hilo Performing Arts Center is preparing for its upcomingseason with returning and new performances. The Dance Collective is back for its seventh year, kicking off the season with some of the best and brightest performers andchoreographers from across the island. There will be a variety of dance styles and a mix of seasoned and new choreographers ready to showcase their skills. Center Stage Dance Alliance, Island Dance…Read more

‘The shortage is expected to get worse’

Presentation outlines how lack of doctors is impacting the isle By MICHAEL BRESTOVANSKY Hawaii Tribune-Herald A shortage of physicians on the Big Island is a mounting threat to healthcare on the island, according to a Hawaii County Council presentation on Tuesday. Retired Hilo obstetrician and gynecologist John Uohara made a presentation to the Council Communications, Reports and Council Oversight Committee on Tuesday outlining a growing dearth of doctors available on the island, the cause…Read more

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