After several years of making do with old, high-mileage cars, the county administration stepped up its purchase of passenger vehicles this past fiscal year.
A West Hawaii fish collector has been charged with terroristic threatening, according to online court records.
Andrew Neill of Port Vila Sport Fishing Club has had good days before at the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament — after all, the Vanuatu angler was on the 2011 championship team — but he never experienced success like he did on Wednesday.
Editor’s note: This is one in a series of Q&As with members of the Big Island sporting community.
The state Department of Transportation is making completion of Saddle Road improvements a priority as it maps out projects to finish during the next four years with its share of federal funds.
The World Youth Basketball Tournament has taken over Kekuaokalani Gym in Kailua-Kona, hosting local teams and some from across the U.S. Wednesday, the final action of the first of two consecutive tournaments wrapped up.
Hydrologists and consultants are making the case that water use in Kailua-Kona is not reducing or degrading the northern portion of the Keauhou aquifer.
WASHINGTON – The House on a voice vote approved legislation that would increase the number of visas available to Afghans who assisted the United States in Operation Enduring Freedom.
Dennis “Fresh” Onishi was in for a surprise when he checked his mail Saturday.
Democratic gubernatorial candidates Neil Abercrombie and David Ige tackled airports, business issues, harbors and other topics at a forum in Kailua-Kona Tuesday.
The top two Hawaii Democrats running for governor squared off Tuesday morning for an hourlong debate focusing on several key issues affecting the state’s rapidly growing elderly population.
A diminutive woman from Japan made the biggest splash on an otherwise quiet day at the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament.