The old carpenters’ adage, “measure twice, cut once” is taken to a new level at HPM Building Supply’s Keaau factory, where computers do the measuring and lasers show where to make the cuts and attach the hardware.
HONOLULU — There’s only one major candidate in the race to succeed U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, virtually guaranteeing he will be sworn in as Hawaii’s newest congressman in January.
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the state over its management of land around the Maunakea Access Road are seeking partial summary judgment in the case.
A lot in downtown Hilo that was the site of a troublesome homeless camp received only one extremely low bid at auction last month, but that sale will likely be blocked, a county official said.
Hawaii Community College — Palamanui graduated 102 students this school year, with associate degrees and certificates in Hawaiian studies, natural science, culinary arts and other academic programs. But due to COVID-19, the in-person commencement ceremony that traditionally occurs in May was canceled.
In a replay of a 2014 West Hawaii council race, a powerful Honolulu pro-construction political action committee has targeted a sitting councilwoman by standing up a well-financed challenger in an attempt to unseat her.
Mayor Harry Kim’s reelection campaign is getting by with a little help from his friends. And his employees.
A Kona Circuit Court judge on Wednesday severed the case of two Puna women accused of murder in the 2018 death of a 6-year-old boy at a Kealakehe apartment complex. Supervised release was also granted to one of the defendants.
Summer is peak season for beautiful flowering plants here in Kona. One that definitely qualifies as eye candy is the gorgeous mussaenda. Specimens of this lovely plant can be found in Kona with a few mature plants gracing the edge of the driveway into the former Kaiser clinic, which was once Sakamoto Electric Co. in Kealakekua. These plants are fully mature and manage to put on a floral display most of the summer.
Accessibility improvements for Laaloa Beach Park, also known as Magic Sands Beach Park, are one step closer to reality.
HONOLULU — A sailing crew embarked from Honolulu on a mission to locate and recover the boat of Paralympian who died during a solo attempt to row from California to Hawaii.
Remembering the ‘Forgotten War’: Veterans reflect on Korean War, 67th anniversary of conflict’s end amid virus
Known as the “Forgotten War,” the Korean War started 70 years ago with North Korea invading the South on June 25, 1950. Ultimately, nearly five million civilians and soldiers were left dead, including nearly 37,000 American servicemen and an additional 7,800 classified as missing in action.
Full Life, a Hawaii Island nonprofit dedicated to helping people with developmental disabilities lead happy, productive and self-directed lives, recently provided dozens of clients with a disaster preparedness kit amid the threat of Hurricane Douglas, which skirted the state over the weekend.