Thanksgiving is a mere four days away, the official start of the holiday season and the time of year when folks celebrate with family and friends, reflecting upon the people and things they’re truly grateful for in their lives.
HONOLULU — Residents of Hawaii pay the highest prices in the nation for their tasty Thanksgiving birds and fixings, and Alaska feasts are almost as expensive.
Predicting where the June 27 lava flow will go next is a fluid undertaking.
A West Hawaii majority emerging from the Nov. 4 election is poised to name Kona Councilman Dru Kanuha chairman and Hamakua Councilwoman Valerie Poindexter vice chairwoman.
Lava activity along the upper reaches of the June 27 flow has remained “fairly consistent” during the last few days, Hawaii County Civil Defense Administrator Darryl Oliveira said Thursday.
A Kohala volunteer fire company is closer to having a new base following an approval Thursday for a garage facility by the Leeward Planning Commission.
The Big Island’s unemployment rate remained steady while the statewide unemployment rate dropped slightly in October, the state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations reported Thursday.
Breakouts on the June 27 lava flow remained several miles upslope of Pahoa on Thursday morning.
Scientists using Mauna Kea’s W.M. Keck Observatory have peered 90 million light years from Earth into a region located within the Big Dipper and made a surprising discovery.
Two top administrators of the state Department of Health’s Adult Mental Health Division appeared in a Hilo courtroom Tuesday to explain delays in performing a mental examination for a woman jailed several months for relatively minor offenses.
Hawaii County’s Civil Defense chief said he will continue to assess whether road restrictions should be lifted as the June 27 lava flow remains calm near Pahoa.
The June 27 lava flow took centerstage Wednesday during a Congressional subcommittee hearing on volcano monitoring in the United States.
Big Island police are following up on a handful of leads the public has provided in the wake of two violent home invasions this month in the Kona Palisades area.
A bill prohibiting the use of electronic cigarettes anywhere smoking traditional cigarettes is banned moved ahead Wednesday to its final vote, after attempts to first amend, then delay, the measure were batted away by a County Council majority.