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KAILUA-KONA — For 25 years, Kona’s Brain Injury Support Group has gathered once a month. [Read More]
KAILUA-KONA — Developers of a 400- to 600-acre solar array proposed for Waikoloa are seeking input on the project they say will generate enough energy... [Read More]
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We’ve come a long way in the 20 years that have passed since the TMT protesters decided to turn back time and not be part... [Read More]
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HILO — While a pre-launch celebration is planned later this month for the Puna Kai shopping center in Pahoa, most shops in the development itself... [Read More]
In the news recently was a story about business and licensing fees actually going down. [Read More]
The sheer volume of plastic waste entering our biosphere is beyond belief. I am concerned, have given it a lot of thought, and done some... [Read More]
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KAILUA-KONA — Joy Personius is in her third year as the Department of Education West Hawaii Complex Area Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Resource Teacher, where... [Read More]
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It might be too early to think about New Year’s resolutions but look at the big stores already promoting Christmas and it isn’t even Halloween!... [Read More]
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KAILUA-KONA — Hawaii Congresswoman and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard hit back against Hillary Clinton’s criticism on Saturday. [Read More]
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KAILUA-KONA — The Hawaii Fire Department is requesting the corporation behind the Ironman World Championship help cover the costs it incurred during the big race... [Read More]
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HONOMALINO — More consumers on the mainland will experience what the Big Island already knows — Hawaiian Sharwil avocados are arguably the best gourmet avocados... [Read More]
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HILO — Indoor amusement facilities such as fitness and martial arts centers, pool halls and game rooms will be allowed in commercial and industrial zones,... [Read More]
Halloween house shines in Waimea... [Read More]
Power outage scheduled for North Kohala... [Read More]
HILO — Hilo Circuit Judge Greg Nakamura upheld administrative fines levied by the state Board of Land and Natural Resources totaling $48,500 against three illegal... [Read More]
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KAILUA-KONA — Above-average rainfall forecast this winter into spring is expected to provide relief to parched areas of Hawaii Island. [Read More]
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Hilo — As a businessman, community leader, volunteer and philanthropist, Barry Taniguchi led a life that touched thousands. [Read More]
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KEALAKEKUA — Students of Kona Pacific Public Charter School left school Friday with the only change to the campus being the lineup of pumpkins they... [Read More]
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KAILUA-KONA — Fishermen wanting to haul in and weigh their catch at Honokohau Harbor are able to do so after a two-week hiatus. [Read More]
Editor’s note: Obituaries are published free of charge as a public service. Content is subject to editing for parity treatment and style continuity. Date of... [Read More]
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