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The Legislature passed a bill this session intended to administer a slow death to aquarium fishing over the coming years. It appears now the legislation... [Read More]
A boat tour operator is being accused of unpermitted excavation at Punaluu that includes damage to the remnants of a historical pier. [Read More]
Despite low gas prices around the country, Hawaii drivers are paying a little more to fill up compared to this time last year. [Read More]
Highway 19 is partially closed between Paauilo and Ookala due to a brush fire Monday afternoon. [Read More]
Brady Singer struck out a career-high 12 in seven innings, Jonathan India doubled in two runs, and Florida beat LSU 4-3 in Game 1 of... [Read More]
Dozens of skateboarders from around the state hit the bowl and street ramp of the Honokaa Skate Park on Saturday to kick off the first... [Read More]
Astro Bash event canceled... [Read More]
A lily blooms. Suzy Coyne/Community Contributor... [Read More]
Here it is the end of June already. How did it go so fast? If summer vacation is about slowing down, why do the days... [Read More]
Editor's note: Obituaries are published free of charge as a public service. The content is subject to editing to ensure parity treatment and style continuity. [Read More]
Much analysis of Yuval Harari's brilliant new book "Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow" focuses on the harrowing dystopia he anticipates. In this vision,... [Read More]
Leaders, not citizens responsible for water problem... [Read More]
Trump travel ban partly reinstated; fall court arguments set... [Read More]
Parker School announced the 2017-2018 school year scholarship recipients last Friday. [Read More]
With the closing of Waimea Country Club in 2012, and Big Island Country Club planning to go private in the foreseeable future, affordable golf options... [Read More]
When Waikoloa Elementary and Middle School students return to the hottest classrooms on campus Aug. 7, they will have a pleasant surprise: For the first... [Read More]
The County of Hawaii won a national climate protection award Friday for the Department of Water Supply's Lalamilo Windfarm project. It was announced at a... [Read More]
Will vs. Trust led by John G. Roth will be held from 10 a.m.—noon July 1. It's possible to use a will or a trust... [Read More]
More than 40 parents, teachers and students met Thursday night at Waikoloa Village Elementary and Middle School, ready to erase crude words and images that... [Read More]