The ordinarily quiet streets of Kaohe Homesteads south of Pahoa bustled with activity Tuesday.
One of the finalists for Hawaii County’s waste-to-energy incinerator is expected to penalize the City and County of Honolulu big bucks for not providing enough garbage for its plant last year.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii chapter of the American Red Cross is recruiting disaster volunteers.
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Attorney General’s Office in a court filing has asked the state Supreme Court to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the primary election.
Councilwoman Brenda Ford says South Kona needs a new well — the sooner, the better.
McCormick & Company Inc. is voluntarily ground oregano because of possible contamination with salmonella.
A federal judge who struck down Kauai County’s GMO and pesticide disclosure law will also decide the fate of Hawaii County’s ban on most genetically modified crops.
When 9-year-old Jade Hao did the annual vision screening last March at Kealakehe Elementary School, there was one thing amiss: She couldn’t see out of her left eye.
The attorney for a Kona artist who sued an online publishing company said Monday a settlement reached last week was “amicable.”
The Puna Community Medical Center’s plan to bring emergency room facilities to Pahoa took a major step forward Friday with the granting of a 65-year land lease.
Newly minted U.S. Army soldiers marching in graduation ceremonies at Fort Benning, Ga., will soon be treading in the figurative footsteps of the late U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye, one of Hawaii’s best-known leaders.