A lawsuit demanding that two proposed redevelopment projects on Banyan Drive be halted could disrupt a Friday meeting of the Board of Land and Natural Resources.
The Edmund C. Olson Trust has filed a lawsuit against two corporate officers of Tower Development Inc. for pursuing redevelopment projects on Banyan Drive.
Hawaii County should impose new fees for Big island residents to dispose of waste in the future, suggested a county official Tuesday.
Hakalau Beach Park likely will remain closed for the foreseeable future as the state Department of Transportation plans a multi-million-dollar project to repair the nearby bridge.
Astronomers using the Subaru Telescope believe they have found evidence of a ninth planet in the solar system.
Current and former Puna residents were dismayed to learn Hawaii County will not use federal funds to restore certain infrastructure destroyed by the 2018 Kilauea eruption.
Water systems to Kapoho will not be restored using federal funds, according to Hawaii County.
A satellite built with the assistance of Big Island students was destroyed earlier this month during a rocket launch, but the project will get a second chance soon.
Mayor Mitch Roth wants to create a public list of individuals who opt to forgo a COVID-19 test or vaccination before arriving on the island.
Health care workers can stay at select Big Island hotels and resorts for free under a new program intended to show appreciation for overworked nurses, doctors, first responders and others.
The removal of two Maunakea telescopes will have no significant impacts on the environment, according to reports by the state Department of Health.
Uncle Billy’s Hilo Bay Hotel and the Country Club Condo Hotel could be replaced by Hilton franchises under redevelopment proposals submitted to the state Department of Land and Natural Resources.