Hawaiian farmers, traditional artists, and conservation professionals will share their love for plants with the public through presentations, demonstrations, display tables and hands-on activities Saturday at the annual Grow Hawaiian Festival in Captain Cook.
Two years ago, Julian Beymer couldn’t communicate. He couldn’t speak his name, count, recite the alphabet, or say mommy. He has a hearing loss and could have learned American Sign Language. But that’s not what his family wanted.
A nearly two-month downward trend in West Hawaii’s gasoline prices appears to have come to an end this week, an analysis of AAA and GasBuddy.com data shows.
Some landscape companies are crying foul over a new county policy requiring them to truck their green waste to the Puuanahulu or Hilo landfills and pay a tipping fee to dispose of it.
A felony terroristic threatening charge filed against a Hawaii Police Department sergeant following a domestic dispute at a Kapaau home in late January has been dropped.
A man has been charged with burglary, theft and drug offenses in connection with items reported stolen from homes in Hilo.