‘Tis the season for the 37th annual Kailua-Kona Christmas Parade, a local favorite featuring music, dancing, floats, lights and of course, Santa.
‘It’s a huge punch in the gut’: Surf school lottery ends with three of four permits awarded to one owner
Emotions were running high Friday at Makaeo Pavilion as the Department of Land and Natural Resources held a lottery to determine which four surf schools could operate at Kahalu‘u Beach.
Holualoa Village has lost the only public parking lot, located in the center of the historic town, after new owners blocked access and community organizers are looking for a solution.
A former Hawaii Police Department assistant chief was in Circuit Court on Wednesday for a hearing about a motion to modify bail conditions.
‘Having this kind of program makes a difference’: Event gives area girls chance to explore STEM topics
Fifth-grade girls from 26 schools across West Hawaii gathered Tuesday to attend GEMS – Girls Exploring Math and Science.
Checks were presented Friday to nonprofit organizations for their participation in the 2023 Visitor Industry Charity Walk held in May.
The Kona Community Policing Section will be holding its annual HONOUR (Homeless Outreach Nurturing Our Community) project on Thursday, Nov. 9 at 8 a.m. The HONOUR project was created to provide the Kona homeless population with the opportunity to serve the community through community service-based projects while working together with other community volunteers and leaders. The goal is to provide each individual the opportunity to feel empowered and rehabilitated through teamwork and accomplishment.