Regal Cinemas will reopen its movie theater at Prince Kuhio Plaza in Hilo in May.
Four of the 15 members of a working group that will consider alternate management structures for Maunakea have been identified.
Visitors to the state seem largely satisfied with the Safe Travels Hawaii program, according to a survey by the Hawaii Tourism Authority.
Scattered showers are expected to continue throughout the week as flood advisories taper off on the Big Island.
The state Department of Health will not expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to those 50 and older today, despite a message early Tuesday from Hawaii County Civil Defense that said the department would do so.
Nearly 500,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in Hawaii, according to data from the state Department of Health.
All of Hawaii remains under a flash flood watch until at least this evening as heavy rains are predicted for the next several days.
Public schools serving low-income students in Hawaii will receive more than $56.5 million in federal funding for the 2021-22 school year to support teacher professional development, additional educators, new technology and other academic programs, announced U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz earlier this week.
The County Council passed a bill to provide funding for changes to the long-delayed Kalanianaole Avenue improvement project.
Former Hawaii Island Adult Care executive director Marcia “Marcie” Saquing was hired as Bay Clinic’s chief operating officer.
Hawaiian Telcom received a $24 million grant from the Federal Communications Commission to expand high-speed internet coverage throughout rural areas in the state.
The National Weather Service in Honolulu on Thursday issued a number of weather advisories for the Big Island that remain in effect throughout the coming days.
In a letter Monday to state Department of Education employees, Superintendent Christina Kishimoto further outlined the department’s furlough plans for the remainder of the school year.