WAIMEA — Thousands of children would go hungry on the Big Island during summer break if it weren’t for federally funded summer meals and other local efforts.
WAIKOLOA VILLAGE — Big Island Play Space is a happy little corner in Waikoloa Highlands Shopping Center, filled with toys, noise and a kid-size fire station with its own kitchen. There’s plenty of room for dancing, yoga and other classes, and lot and lots of childhood energy.
Reaching across the isle: Residents in towns far from Kilauea lead fundraising, donation efforts for those displaced
WAIMEA — While federal individual assistance programs were approved for Kilauea victims last Thursday, North Hawaii residents began pitching in more than a month ago.
Hana Ku’una Hawaii is a weeklong cultural enrichment summer program The Hawaiian Cultural Center (HCCOH) will host from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays beginning June 25 through 29.
Isabella Robertson was among 520 students to graduate with bachelor of arts degrees from Gustavus Adolphus College June 2. A Honokaa resident, she majored in communication studies and graduated cum laude.