January is Volcano Awareness Month.
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Christmas week is ahead, with its joyous gatherings with friends and family. Treasure them.
Most folks say they hope for peace on Earth, especially during this Christmas season when that message is loud and clear.
Mayor Billy Kenoi was the guest of honor and speaker during the recent graduation of the October through December 2014 group of health care graduates of Hawaii Institute of Healthcare &Training Services on Dec 15.
USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) is notifying Hawaii producers and crop insurance agents about a change to the macadamia nut crop insurance program that will affect Hawaii County.
The Haili Church Choir will perform “The First Noel” at 7 p.m. Sunday in the main sanctuary of the church located at 211 Haili St. in Hilo.
Stick It Hawaii presents A Christmas Bingo Bash! this weekend.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve Leche style.
Hospice of Hilo recently hosted a “Frozen”-themed holiday party for the children of the youth bereavement program. The celebration gave the participants an opportunity to find some joy during a period of time that can be very difficult for those who recently lost a loved one.
Ka Leo O Hawai‘i took first place in the Best of Show competition at a recent national convention for college journalists.
The 26th annual Domestic Violence Family Peace Walk and Vigil, postponed from Oct. 17 because of Hurricane Iselle, was hosted Nov. 21 in Hilo.
Hospice of Hilo is celebrating the holiday season by lighting up the Trees of Remembrance during its 25th annual Light Up a Life.
At a ceremony Oct. 23, winners of a Hawaii State Bar Association’s high school essay contest were honored. The event, hosted in the Hawaii Supreme Court courtroom, was sponsored by the Hawaii Access to Justice Commission and the HSBA as part of national Pro Bono Week.
In January, Aloha Performing Arts Company will welcome a new instructor, Megan Hodge, formerly of Atlanta, who will teach several new classes, expanding APAC’s roster of educational opportunities for all ages.
Life Care Center of Hilo Elders get a special treat from Chris Brilhante’s realty office every year in December. His office makes a special edible holiday scene. They get more creative every year. The beautiful creation always is displayed by Life Care in the welcoming lanai, which gives all the Elders, family members, visitors and staff a chance to view the exquisite art. Life Care welcomes visitors to come and enjoy this scene, as well as the holiday parking lot lights throughout this month.