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HILO The county Department of Water Supply has no current plans to restore water service to Kapoho and the area around Pohoiki as lower Puna continues to recover from the 2018 eruption of Kilauea volcano, but was not shutting the door on a possible restoration in the future.
KAILUA-KONA Opening a business anywhere can be a struggle, but opening one in Hawaii regularly ranked among the worst states in the U.S. in which to start a business comes with its own set of challenges.
KAILUA-KONA Mixing fundraising, exercise and fun, Relay for Life has been raising awareness and earning money for last 25 years in Kona to help those suffering from cancer.
HILO Hawaii Island police officers who provide services for private companies or other government agencies on their off-time could see payment for their services go up by as much as 50% over the next two years, under a special duty pay schedule thats the focus of upcoming public hearings.
HILO Hawaii County intends to go to court next month over a downtown Hilo property that has become a homeless encampment.
KAILUA-KONA Construction of the first phase of the Kukuiola emergency shelter project could start as early as this fall, according to a draft environmental assessment released Thursday.
HILO A charter proposal allowing the county to pay nonprofit board members to help maintain open space cleared its final hurdle Thursday and is headed to the 2020 ballot.
KAILUA-KONA Officer misconduct apparently sidelined a police witness in a drug case, and now a judge is set to rule today on whether the defendant in the case will stand trial.
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KAILUA-KONA A Cessna that made an emergency landing July 3 on Waikoloa Road appears to have lost oil pressure before the aircrafts engine failed as it flew over the islands leeward coast.
KAILUA-KONA To those who knew her as a colleague or as a friend, Joy Mills-Ferren Aunty Joy to many was a woman whose talents, especially as a lifeguard, were unsurpassed.