62 Monitoring for COVID-19 in Hawai‘i

The number includes four people on the Big Island.
February 23, 2020

Annual Buddha Day Service Set For March

Following the service, the New Dharma Band will perform. Coffee and pastries will be served to all visitors, and bento boxes from the Kona Grill House will be offered for a donation of $10.
February 23, 2020

Mokuaikaua Church Celebrates 200 Years

Named one of America’s 11th Most Endangered Historic Sites, Mokuaikaua Church is the birthplace of Christianity in Hawai‘i as Hawai‘i’s first Christian church.
February 23, 2020

Legacy Reforestation Initiative Plants a Half Million Native Trees

Data suggests that one tree will produce a societal benefit of $162,000.
February 23, 2020

Applicants Sought for Position on Hawai‘i State Ethics Commission

The Judicial Council is seeking applicants to fill an upcoming vacancy on the Hawai‘i State Ethics Commission.
February 23, 2020

Tilapia Fishing Tournament Focuses on Education, Outreach

A weeklong fishing tournament on the banks of Wailoa River in Hilo was geared toward removing invasive fish species from the waterway.
February 22, 2020

Donations Sought for Veterans Home Military Memorabilia Wall

Administrators at Hilo's veterans home hope to honor veterans for their service with a display of military memorabilia on the facility's walls.
February 22, 2020

Big Island Lane Closures: Feb. 22-28

Hawai‘i Department of Transportation released of lane closures scheduled for Feb. 22-28.
February 22, 2020

2 Big Island Men Cited for Illegal Aquarium Gear, Aquarium Fish

Two Big Island men were cited after aquarium fishing gear and over 500 live tropical fish were found on a vessel in Kawaihae Small Boat Harbor.
February 22, 2020

Washington Man Suspected in Wife’s Death is Free to Leave State

Sonam Saxena, 43, of Bellevue, Washington, was taken into custody Thursday afternoon after reporting his wife, Smriti Saxena, 41, missing on Tuesday at 11:20 p.m.
February 21, 2020