An increasingly popular West Hawaii dive site was named the sixth best spot for diving in North America by the travel website oyster.com.
The jobless rate for Hawaii Island appears to be continuing a slow downward march.
The Leeward Planning Commission is sending a bill requiring subdivision site visits back to the County Council with an unfavorable recommendation, but not before conceding the concept behind the proposal has some value.
A support group for victims of sexual abuse is asking the state Department of Human Services and Catholic Charities to explain how children were continually placed in the care of Jay Ram, accused in a lawsuit of abusing boys he fostered and adopted.
What do a Southern belle, three hookers, a grumpy curmudgeon and an unstable brother and sister all have in common? They’re all residents of a seedy, rent-by-the-week hotel in downtown Baltimore. Lanford Wilson’s critically acclaimed dramatic comedy is set in the lobby of the Hotel Baltimore, and focuses on its residents who are faced with eviction when the decaying property is condemned. A tale of lost souls caught up in urban decay, “The Hot l Baltimore” comes to the stage Friday at The Aloha Theatre in Kainaliu, and runs through May 4.
Members of the Kailua-Kona Seniors Club strolled through town Wednesday morning for their annual Easter Bonnet Parade.
North Kona home and land sales have remained relatively stable during the first quarter of 2014.
The fate of a 32-year-old Hilo man accused of shooting two police officers early last year is in the hands of the jury.
Two Mauna Kea observatories confirmed this week the discovery of the first potentially habitable Earth-sized planet found outside our own solar system.
WAIMEA — Hawaii Preparatory Academy’s baseball team has a flair for the dramatic.
Kealakehe freshman Michelle Uyeda is the favorite as the No. 1 seed in girls tennis, and Hilo sophomore Emily Soares is the defending singles champion.