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Elderly Man Assaulted in Puna Home Invasion

Elderly Man Assaulted in Puna Home Invasion

June 4, 2014

Two masked suspects entered the Hawaiian Paradise Park home early Monday, struck a 68-year-old resident and left with electronic equipment.

ANALYSIS: Candidates Flock to Hanohano's House Race

ANALYSIS: Candidates Flock to Hanohano’s House Race

June 4, 2014

Controversial Rep. Faye Hanohano has more Democratic challengers than she had in the previous three elections combined — which may work to her advantage.

tahiti-fete Founder Brings Tahiti Fete Back to Hilo June 4, 2014 · No Comments · Arts & Entertainment, Featured Articles

Tahiti Fete producer Pua Tokumoto founded the event in Hilo in 2000, but it was last staged in 2008.

Food Bank Benefits From HCC Students' Green Thumbs Food Bank Benefits From HCC Students’ Green Thumbs June 4, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News

The Hawaii Community College agriculture program has provided the Food Basket with 1,000 pounds of fresh vegetables.

Wong Named NL Rookie of the Month, Hits Grand Slam Wong Named NL Rookie of the Month, Hits Grand Slam June 3, 2014 · No Comments · Featured Articles, Sports

Following a two-week stay in the minors, the Kamehameha-Hawai`i graduate today took top NL rookie honors for the month capped by his first major league homer.

waterfall-estates Waterfalling Estates Falls Short At Auction June 2, 2014 · 8 Comments · Business, Featured Articles

The luxurious 9-acre property was listed for $26.5 million before getting $5.75 million at an auction in March.

Enriques Inducted Into HHSAA Hall of Honor Enriques Inducted Into HHSAA Hall of Honor June 2, 2014 · No Comments · Featured Articles, Sports

Notable past inductees into the Hall of Honor include Kolten Wong, Kamie Imai, Jason Mandaquit, Lia Galdiera, and Dawnyelle Awa.

UPDATE: No Sign of Opihi Picker Missing Along Kapoho Coast UPDATE: No Sign of Opihi Picker Missing Along Kapoho Coast May 30, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News

The search for Peter Mahoe began Thursday after he was last observed that afternoon climbing down a cliff near the shoreline near Cape Kumakahi.

Tsunami Repair Projects Slated at Kona Pier, Harbor Tsunami Repair Projects Slated at Kona Pier, Harbor May 30, 2014 · No Comments · Featured Articles, News, West Hawaii News

Work is already underway at the Kailua-Kona Pier, and is scheduled to begin June 9 at the small boat harbor at Keauhou Bay.

VOLCANO WATCH: Assessing Lava-Flow Risk for Populated Areas VOLCANO WATCH: Assessing Lava-Flow Risk for Populated Areas May 30, 2014 · No Comments · Discussion, Featured Articles

Satellite imagery is helping scientists and civil authorities to gauge how many homes and other structures are located in areas threatened by volcanic activity.

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