Imagine someone reupholstering your chair — while you’re still sitting in it.
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HONOLULU — The Department of Public Safety says certain inmates will get $50 to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
HONOLULU — A developer aims to bring a fourth hotel to the Honolulu suburb of Kapolei amid demand from local residents and business travelers for less expensive hotel rooms outside of resort districts.
Infrastructure improvements will begin Monday at North Kawaihae Small Boat Harbor, state officials said Thursday.
University of Hawaii President David Lassner on Monday sent a memo to all UH faculty and staff, telling department chairs and faculty to “carefully review your spring 2022 schedules and make adjustments to the mode of instruction to provide our students across the UH system with the on-campus educational experience they need and expect.”
Monday was a special day for seven individuals on the path to a new life after graduating from Kona Drug Court.
Gov. David Ige announced Thursday that the State of Hawaii has sold a record $1.88 billion in general obligation bonds.
Hawaii County will be extending the hours of operation at the Hilo and Kona Driver’s Licensing offices to help process expired or expiring credentials.
Forty-six new COVID-19 cases were reported Thursday on the Big Island, bringing the total case count to 10,573 since late February 2020.
Big Island police Thursday identified the woman who was fatally electrocuted Tuesday night in Hawaiian Beaches.
UPDATE: Big Island police have located East Hawaii runaway Maycee Ahsui-Mendoza, 17, of Pahoa. Ahsui-Mendoza, who had last been seen March 28, was located in good health on Wednesday in Puna.