The Japanese American Veterans Association announces its annual scholarships. The scholarships will benefit a range of graduating high school seniors, undergraduate students and post-graduate and professional education students.
Queen’s North Hawaii Community Hospital in Waimea has several college scholarship opportunities available.
This summer, 30 Hawaii public high school students have the opportunity to earn college credit for free through an online course focusing on sustainability and the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals.
To inspire real conversations, along with educating and empowering the public about the importance of advance care planning, Mayor Mitch Roth proclaimed April 16 as National Health Care Decisions Day in Hawaii County.
The University of Hawaii at Hilo College of Natural and Health Sciences recognizes the following dean’s list recipients for fall 2020:
Learn about your rights as either a landlord or tenant during the COVID-19 moratorium on evictions during a free webinar on Hawaii Landlord-Tenant Mediation at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
To help visitors plan ahead for temporary road closures that might impact their visit, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park launched a new webpage.
The West Hawaii Veterans Cemetery is slated to receive funds for expansion in the Hawaii State Legislature’s Capital Improvement Project proposed budget.
Millions of dollars in federal assistance to households behind on rent and electric bills will be available through the Hawaii County Emergency Rental Assistance Program starting Monday.
I always have buttermilk in my refrigerator, as it is a very necessary ingredient in making waffles. But recently I found it difficult to find it at the markets.
Join the search for alien life and a home on Mars; Free NASA@My Library virtual event features Jesse Tarnas
As part of National Library Week from April 4-10, Jesse Tarnas will present “The Search for Alien Life and a Home on Mars” at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 7.
Fifth-grader Skylee Hiraki is folding origami peace cranes (tsuru) using recycled paper as a community service project for the East Hawaii Rotary Clubs’ Peace Committee. Skylee is the 2021 Miss Hawaii Elementary America and she will be competing for the title of Miss Elementary America in Little Rock, Ark., in mid-May. She will be producing a short video on how to fold an origami peace crane.
Sailor, canoe builder, and Hawaiian culture/history educator Kapena Kiko Johnston-Kitazawa returns to the Lyman Museum from 7-8:30 p.m. today and 3-4:30 p.m. Tuesday to present the third in his series of programs about the harbors and landing places of Hawaii Island.