It’s been quite a tumultuous past few weeks amid the evolving COVID-19 pandemic wrecking havoc across the world and our local Big Island communities — bringing our day-to-day way of life to a screeching halt.
HONOLULU — A school on Hawaii island has distributed laptops to students who need the computers to take part in online education during the coronavirus outbreak.
Arraignment and plea hearings for two Kona men accused of illegally harvesting aquarium fish offshore of Kawaihae in February have been rescheduled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The wife of a Puna man who vanished almost 5 1/2 years ago has filed a civil court petition requesting her husband be declared dead.
Hilo’s Britney Yada probably thought she’d reached exclusive company when she teed off on the LPGA Tour for the first time, or when she played at the U.S. Women’s Open.
The state Department of Education is seeking approval to modify high school graduation and commencement requirements for the Class of 2020.
WAILUKU — Hawaiian Electric has proposed the construction of a battery storage system on Maui that will lead to the closure of a power plant there.
One additional Hawaii Island location has been added for pickup of “grab-and-go” meals for public and public charter school students.
WAINIHA — An unidentified man took a backhoe to a taro patch in northern Kauai, damaging a staple of the traditional Hawaiian diet, a local food supply and an attached water line affecting water service in the region, authorities said.
While the competition side of sports has been put on hold for now, the business side continues, including the sale of the Ironman Group.
A 53-year-old Puna man has been charged with attempted murder, terroristic threatening, abuse and other charges stemming from a domestic incident Monday in Orchidland Estates.