A Big Island solar contractor is suing a former customer, seeking a court to order the Pahoa man to remove a blog from the internet that the contractor claims was “maliciously created … with the intent to cause financial harm.”
A fugitive who was swept into the ocean and presumably drowned Monday off the Puna coastline after attempting to elude capture by police was wanted on felony warrants and for questioning in a reported kidnapping, terroristic threatening and burglary that allegedly involved the use of a firearm.
County Councilman Aaron Chung has drafted a bill that would allow a farmers market to be set up temporarily at Mooheau Park in downtown Hilo across from Hilo Farmers Market.
A study released Tuesday by the state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism shows some jobs related to tourism pay better in Hawaii than on the mainland, but for almost everyone else, the price of paradise is a lower paycheck.
A cousin of Jolene Kapua-Allison described the 54-year-old woman who was shot to death Sunday in what police described as a murder-suicide as “Miss Aloha.”
The dances of Hawaii’s past were brought to life Friday night during the group hula kahiko (ancient hula) competition during the 55th Annual Merrie Monarch Festival.