Saddleback butterflyfish have a bold, black saddle, are strongly paired to a mate, and are a somewhat rare sight on Hawaii’s reefs. Bo Pardau/Community Contributor
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Church bazaar planned in North Kohala
It’s pitch dark, and I’m dangling from a rope beneath a boat drifting a couple miles off shore, like bait on the end of a hook.
Book signing planned in Keauhou
Don’t expect nachos and burritos at the new Habaneros Grill.
3 weeks left to apply for SBA disaster loans
A Hawaii Island couple is teaching farmers across the country to save water and energy using aquaponics to grow vegetables.
Hawaii Energy, the ratepayer-funded energy conservation and efficiency program for Hawaii, Honolulu and Maui counties, is launching the Hawaii Energy Efficiency Auction to find out just how innovative and cost-effective the market can be when it comes to helping residents and businesses save energy.
The summer sun shines on Puako with the Kohala mountains in view. James Grenz/Community Contributor
Art event held in Holualoa
The Hawaii County Police Department is asking for the public’s help in processing court bench warrants.
A Jackson’s chameleon climbs through foliage in a Holualoa yard. Barbara Millslagle/Community Contributor
Rotary Means Business holds first meeting
The Big Island is celebrating ceramics with Where Earth Meets Fire: Contemporary Ceramics on the Big Island, an exhibition running from Sept. 6 through Oct. 31 at Donkey Mill Arts Center in Holualoa. A free opening reception is planned for Sept. 6, and attendees are encouraged to bring a dish to share.
The Genesis Gallery in Waikoloa will carry the work of marine life artist Wyland.