A majority of hotels from South Kona to South Kohala will be closed as of today because of the novel coronavirus.
A second pop-up drive-through testing clinic for COVID-19 will be set up at the Old Kona Airport Park on Saturday.
The line of automobiles extended over a half-mile as residents descended upon Old Kona Airport Park for West Hawaiis first drive-up COVID-19 testing Monday morning.
Kealakehe Elementary School students will have two new playgrounds when they return to school thanks to a grassroots community effort.
Residents close Two Step: Popular snorkel spot overrun after state closes beaches due to coronavirus
Residents at Honaunau Bay, also known as Two Step, took it upon themselves to close access to all nonresidents on Friday.
The Food Basket, Hawaii Islands food bank, is seeking the communitys help as they face uncertain times providing food for our islands hungry as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
For many West Hawaii restaurants, it was business as usual Wednesday; however some are heeding Gov. David Iges suggestion to switch to carry-out service amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The iconic farmers market in Kailua Village will suspend operations March 29, and tenants are unsure of their future.
Students and athletes at Konawaena High School have a new room to build strong bodies as well as strong minds.
The 25th Kona Brewers Festival slated for Saturday has been canceled amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Beer aficionados and foodies from around the world will gather Saturday on the shores of Kamakahonu Bay at the Luau Grounds of the King Kamehamehas Kona Beach Hotel for the 25th annual Kona Brewers Festival.
If you are hankering for good, local-style comfort food, theres a hidden gem in Kona that will satisfy your cravings.
Keiki to Kupuna gathered Saturday to clean up West Hawaii beaches.
The sound of childrens laughter from physical activity rang through the yard at Kona Hongwanji Preschool Friday morning as keiki took part in the American Heart Association Kids Heart Challenge.
Despite a spate of canceled events throughout the state as COVID-19 fears escalate, festivities on the Big Island are forging ahead.