Until we meet again: Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows soon to undergo yearlong renovation, rebranding
KOHALA COAST — One week from today, the last guest will check out of Mauna Lani Bay Hotel &Bungalows. The storied hotel will then close its doors to begin a yearlong renovation in excess of $100 million.
KAPAAU — The Natural Mystic, North Kohala’s latest dining option, offers a flavorful selection of healthy alternative dishes that have been delighting locals and visitors since the food cart’s grand opening in February.
Good news for Hawaii from Washington, D.C.: Three programs adopted to bring fresh, healthy produce to high-need residents
NORTH KOHALA — As of late, it isn’t often the words in this article’s title are true, but good news indeed came from the nation’s capital last month that directly impacts the quality of life for several thousand people on Hawaii Island.
WAIKOLOA — The Waikoloa Village Association (WVA) Fire Management Action Committee is hosting a Community Firewise Forum starting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Waikoloa School.
Spaghetti Bingo Night, a fundraiser organized by Waikoloa Lions Club, was a success Sept. 15, raising money needed to continue community projects. Approximately 200 people attended the event, and bingo winners received gift certificates from local restaurants and stores.
HONOKAA — All community members have a chance to be a part of history by participating in a souvenir T-shirt design competition for Honokaa High School’s 130-year celebration. Thousands of graduates and friends will converge on the school campus July 19-21, 2019 for the anniversary event.
To celebrate the 25 years of Mauloa, Na Kalai Wa’a has scheduled a sail around Hawaii Island for voyaging canoes Mauloa and Makali’i to mark this special occasion.
Do you have an interest in learning how to farm but aren’t sure where to start? A great way to see if agriculture might be right for you is through The Kohala Center’s Beginning Farmer-Rancher Development Program.