Hua weleweka blossoms in a Holualoa garden. Dennis Klimke/Community Contributor
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Smartphone, tablet use information program planned
Jessica Garcia’s first-grade class at Kealakehe Elementary School invited the Kealakehe Head Start preschool children into its classroom for the second year in a row, to take part in a Reading Buddies Program.
Waimea sixth-grade orientation is today
NEW YORK — Corporate deals and some solid earnings reports propelled the stock market to its sixth straight gain Tuesday.
Opihi cling to the shore at a Kona beach.
West Hawaii County Band plays Friday
If you are a traditionalist who made ham for your Easter feast, you hopefully have some left for making delicious second-time-around meals this week. Diced ham and scrambled eggs has always been a favorite for me; my husband makes his quota of ham and cheese sandwiches; and some finds its way into noodle soups or at least one scalloped potatoes and ham casserole. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous this year, consider one of these recipes. Because even traditionalists need to try something different once in a while.
Imiloa offers cultural programs
A canoe gets bailed after a “huli” at the finish line at the Businessmen’s Regatta in Hilo Bay April 13. Iris Yap/Community Contributor
West Hawaii Today has named Kelly Bolyard its new advertising director.
Sometimes the best discoveries are just out of plain sight.
Marshall Islands president Chris Loeak, along with the country’s finance, health and interior ministers welcomed Youth With A Mission Ship “Hawaii Aloha” to their nation April 4. The ship is commissioned out of Kailua-Kona.
He didn’t know it at the time, but Jimmie Vaughan hit a crossroads at the age of 13.
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.