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A family with ties to the Big Island hopes to support sustainable agriculture with a new dairy operation in Ookala.
2 years ago by Hawaii to /s/BigIsland from hawaiitribune-herald.com
Crews responsible for the much-maligned Kalanianaole Avenue improvement project are back on the job.
Road outrage: Councilwomen decries delayed construction ‘nightmare’ on Kalanianaole
2 years ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/BigIsland from hawaiitribune-herald.com
Hundreds of people lined up in their cars outside the Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium for The Food Basket’s Ohana Food Drop event in Hilo on Wednesday morning.
3 years ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/BigIsland from hawaiitribune-herald.com
TMT forges ahead despite pandemic; opponents keeping close eye on project
Rainy Side View: Goats: Big Island’s next big industry
At a time when many businesses are seeing markets shrink, Kailua-Kona’s Ola Brew Co. has managed to extend its reach to the mainland.
Public swimming pools, campsites and bars will be the next to reopen and some organized sports can resume under a new emergency rule issued Thursday by Mayor Harry Kim.
A manager of Volcano Golf and Country Club allegedly vowed to bulldoze the entire property rather than return it to its lessor, Kamehameha Schools.
Postponements and cancellations have ravaged the Big Island’s wedding industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The American Civil Liberties Union called Hawaii County’s defense of the April removal of a downtown Hilo homeless camp “confusing.”
Timing is everything: Mejia makes most of her MMA opportunity before shutdown. Laura Mejia is on lockdown like the rest of us, suspended but not expelled. The mixed martial artist figures to have an extra bounce in her step and a blueprint to follow once sports resumes.
The cost to build the Thirty Meter Telescope is now estimated to have ballooned by a billion dollars.
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/BigIsland from hawaiitribune-herald.com
A Native Hawaiian family claiming ownership of a Kohala shoreline parcel sparked a heated outburst from a sovereignty activist that temporarily shut down a Planning Committee hearing last week, but ended with the parcel moving forward to a rezoning.
Money grab: Law enforcement seizes money without cause
3 years ago by dcjogger to /s/news from hawaiitribune-herald.com
A County Council committee will hear a bill today that will determine how to disburse millions of dollars of Kilauea eruption recovery funds.
The Merrie Monarch Festival, Hilo’s biggest event of the year, will go on as scheduled next month, according to festival organizers.
A draft environmental assessment was published Monday for accessibility improvements the county has planned at Kolekole Beach Park.
A bill strengthening labeling requirements for Hawaiian-grown coffee blends remains alive having met a critical deadline last week, but lawmakers are now considering a phased-in approach.
The current truce between the Thirty Meter Telescope and its opponents might be extended by another two months at the request of Mayor Harry Kim.
A nonbinding resolution urging Mayor Harry Kim and his administration to reduce herbicide use was withdrawn by its sponsors Tuesday when it became clear the measure was about to be voted down.
Two North Hilo beach parks long closed to the public will be the subject of an hourlong presentation next week by the county Department of Parks and Recreation.
The air was polite, but testimony before the state Public Utilities Commission Tuesday night in Hilo was overwhelmingly opposed to Young Brothers’ request to raise interisland ocean freight rates by 34%.
Tawhiri Power, Hu Honua Bioenergy and Puna Pono Alliance — have filed motions to intervene in a docket before the state Public Utilities Commission regarding an amended and restated power purchase agreement between Hawaii Electric Light Co. and Puna Geothermal Venture.
At his State of the State address this morning, Gov. David Ige reiterated his belief that the conflict surrounding the Thirty Meter Telescope can still be resolved peacefully.
Ige vetoes asset forfeiture reform
4 years ago by dcjogger to /s/politics from hawaiitribune-herald.com
State lawmakers eye bump stock ban
Military exercises not expected to have significant environmental impact - Hawaii Tribune-Herald
5 years ago by useless_aether to /s/WarWatch from hawaiitribune-herald.com