Construction of the Pahoa District Park will begin in less than two weeks, Hawaii County announced Thursday.
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A man accused of attacking a woman, stealing her sport utility vehicle, then leading police on a chase and trying to run down two officers with the stolen SUV before being shot by one of the officers made his initial court appearance Thursday.
A fish farming technology company plans to begin construction of a huge, untethered and highly automated spherical pen for farming yellowfin and bigeye tuna off the Kohala coast.
The Food Basket will make local produce available to all residents through its new community supported agriculture program, beginning next month.
A judge has cleared the way Wednesday for the state’s reopening of Kulani Correctional Facility.
It’s that time again, when shoppers are hitting Big Island stores, stocking up on school supplies and searching for the best deals in town. Meanwhile, several retailers are studying their moves and are anticipating an increase in sales.
The issue is a popular one that’s repeatedly surfaced over the years and this campaign season is no exception: How can lawmakers help the island’s farmers?
A 38-year-old Pahoa man has been charged with three counts of attempted first-degree murder after a car chase on Monday led to shots being fired by officers, one of which hit the suspect.
County Council candidate Ron Gonzales says he is qualified to run in District 9, despite a persistent buzz on the coconut wireless that he doesn’t live in his district.
Hilo county Councilman Dennis “Fresh” Onishi was appointed to the National Association of Counties board during the 79th annual conference that was held July 11 to 14 in New Orleans.
Shower activity associated with a broad area of low pressure located about 1,400 miles southwest of the southern tip of the Baja California is becoming better organized, National Hurricane Center forecasters in Miami say. A tropical depression could form within the next couple of days.
A surface trough of low pressure located about 1,300 miles east-southeast of the Big Island continues to produce disorganized shower activity as of Wednesday afternoon.
A handful of disciplinary actions were taken during June against Hawaii individuals and entities with state professional and vocational licenses.
A 44-year-old Honaunau man who allegedly shot his neighbor earlier this month has been indicted by a Big Island grand jury.
A 64-year-old Hilo man has been granted a deferred sentence for illegally receiving food stamps from the state Department of Human Services.