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Strong winds send boats onto the rocks in Hilo Saturday (Jan 19)

Three boats broke off their moorings and ended up on the rocks Saturday afternoon (Jan 19) in Hilo. Video of the wreckage Sunday.

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In a continuing effort to improve community awareness about laws pertaining to beach parks, an informational booth will be set up at Reeds Bay in Hilo on Friday (September 28) from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Community Policing to set-up info booth at Reeds Bay Friday (Sept 28)

In a continuing effort to improve community awareness about laws pertaining to beach parks, an informational booth will be set up at Reeds Bay in Hilo on Friday (September 28) from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

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The County of Hawaii, Department of Parks & Recreation announces the closing of Reeds Bay Beach Park from Monday, Aug. 29, through Dec. 31, 2011 for construction activities.  The park improvements will include new accessible walkways with integrated seat walls; grassing and landscaping; and new park amenities such as outdoor showers, a drinking fountain and picnic tables. 

Reeds Bay Park closed from Monday (Aug 29) until end of year

The County of Hawaii, Department of Parks & Recreation announces the closing of Reeds Bay Beach Park from Monday, Aug. 29, through Dec. 31, 2011 for construction activities.  The park improvements will include new accessible walkways with integrated seat walls; grassing and landscaping; and new park amenities such as outdoor showers, a drinking fountain and […]

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If you've lived in Hilo you can look at the photo and imagine the sounds, smells and feeling of a typical Hilo day.

Wish you were here? Hilo, Hawaii

If you’ve lived in Hilo you can look at the photo and imagine the sounds, smells and feeling of a typical Hilo day.

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Fire/rescue crews responded to a 10:51 a.m. alarm Thursday (March 24) for a boat in distress 400 yards off-shore Moku Ola (Coconut Island) in Hilo Bay.

A 12-foot aluminum boat had capsized and its two passengers were clinging to its hull in windy, choppy ocean conditions.

Two people rescued after clinging to capsized boat for an hour

Fire/rescue crews responded to a 10:51 a.m. alarm Thursday (March 24) for a boat in distress 400 yards off-shore Moku Ola (Coconut Island) in Hilo Bay. A 12-foot aluminum boat had capsized and its two passengers were clinging to its hull in windy, choppy ocean conditions.

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The majestic banyan tree in Reed's Bay Beach Park will be saved, according the the Hawaii County News. Robert Fitzgerald, director of the County Department of Parks & Recreation, said the County initially planned to remove the trees because they are close to the site for the new comfort station. However, Fitzgerald said it may be possible to trim the trees back and work around them.

Opinion: County rethinks killing beautiful banyan tree

The majestic banyan tree in Reed’s Bay Beach Park will be saved, according the the Hawaii County News. Robert Fitzgerald, director of the County Department of Parks & Recreation, said the County initially planned to remove the trees because they are close to the site for the new comfort station. However, Fitzgerald said it may […]

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County plans for the Reed’s Bay Park Redevelopment and Restoration project are being re-evaluated in an effort to preserve two large banyan trees that have grown together and now separate the beach park site from the adjacent gravel parking area, said Robert Fitzgerald, director of the County Department of Parks & Recreation.

County plans to retain Reed’s Bay banyan trees

County plans for the Reed’s Bay Park Redevelopment and Restoration project are being re-evaluated in an effort to preserve two large banyan trees that have grown together and now separate the beach park site from the adjacent gravel parking area, said Robert Fitzgerald, director of the County Department of Parks & Recreation.

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