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Business Monday: Wailuku Brew Works sharing love of crafting beer with the Big Island By Nathan Christophel
Married couple Jillane and Brian Bosscher and their friend Jake Parcels fostered a love for beer in their hometown of Grand Rapids, Mich., known as Beer City USA for boasting more craft beer per square mile than nearly anywhere else around the globe with 80-plus breweries.
Turkey Day, for some, is a prelude to bargain-hunting on Black Friday. They line up in the wee hours of the morning to be the first to enter their favorite big-box store.
The affected area includes all services along Kino‘ole Street and Kamehameha Avenue from Wailuku Drive to Haili Street, and services on Keawe Street from Kalakaua Street to Wailuku Drive, including services on Shipman Street, Waiānuenue Avenue and Kalakaua Street from Kino‘ole Street to Kamehameha Avenue.
Residents in search of employment and new career opportunities can access free trainings provided by the University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges through its Good Jobs Hawaiʻi initiative.
Climate change in Hawaiʻi and the Pacific Islands worsens inequities and threatens unique island ecosystems, cultural resources, human health, livelihoods, the built environment, and access to clean water and healthy food.
Seventeen Hawaiian-focused public charter schools – including six on Big Island – will be receiving a total of $6 million in support from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs over the next two fiscal years.
Stores are packed this week people pick up everything that makes their family’s holiday special and unique. And we were curious what those meals might look like.
Community envisions revitalized future for Big Island’s Waiākea Peninsula during design lab workshop By Nathan Christophel
During what looked like an elementary art class, adults used materials such as Play-Doh, cotton balls, chopsticks, paperclips, colorful twist ties — and even little green Army men toys — to create sculptures to represent what they see as the current reality on Hilo’s Waiākea Peninsula that includes historic Banyan Drive.
Monday, in the parking lot at Living Stones Church in Kailua-Kona, more than 20 volunteers gathered to collect brightly colored shoeboxes, filled with Christmas gifts and necessities, to ship to children all around the world.
ʻImiloa reopens to the public on Nov. 22 with a newly upgraded planetarium.
Two recently published studies led by University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa earth and space scientists document and reveal the mechanisms behind strike-slip faults on two icy moons within our solar system — Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, and Jupiter’s largest moon Ganymede — that could help create the right conditions for life.
O‘ahu buyback event collected 494 guns; but Hawaiʻi police chief skeptical of programʻs benefit By Tiffany DeMasters
For the first time since 2000, a gun buyback event was held in the State of Hawaiʻi, with 494 firearms collected on Oʻahu. They included ghost guns, assault rifles, pistols and even an Uzi.
In state lottery to operate surf schools at Kahalu‘u Bay, 3 of only 4 permits go to one owner By Tiffany DeMasters
In the Old Kona Airport Pavilion on Friday, owners and representatives of 17 companies waited with deep anxiety as the State of Hawaiʻi held its first lottery to issue only four coveted permits to operate surf schools out of popular Kahalu‘u Bay.
Update at 4:25 p.m. Nov. 17: Big Island police report that 17-year-old Aiden Bowers, who was previously reported as a runaway, was located Friday in Kea‘au in good health.
This Giving Tuesday, UH Foundation stands with Maui and is devoting 100% of fundraising efforts to helping the UH ‘ohana bolster Maui’s recovery following the Aug. 8 wildfires.
Hula Grill Server Tiana Pante has released a children’s book titled, “Kimo’s Hula Pie Adventure,” with all proceeds from book sales to be donated to T S Restaurants’ Legacy of Aloha Foundation to support fellow employees impacted by the Maui wildfires.
These trainings will provide options for people to earn industry credentials in the healthcare, clean energy, skilled trades and technology industries.