This portion of the Ala Kahakai was last improved in 1871, hence the name "1871 Trail." Located along the trail is the Alahaka ramp, built in the mid-1800s to replace a rope/ladder used to reach the top of steep cliffs.The ramp allowed horses to transport people and goods up and down the cliffs and connected the trail with the village of Ki'ilae.
The […] Hawai’i Island police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 29-year-old Mason D.
Beck who is wanted for questioning in connection with a robbery reported to have occurred this past Wednesday (March 15) in Pāhoa. Botelho is wanted on a $500 warrant for traffic offenses as well as a no bail revocation warrant for narcotic offenses.
Shortly after am, a vehicle traveling west on Puainako Avenue struck a utility pole near the ʻIwalani Street and Kāwili Street intersection.
The impact severed the pole near its base and blocked both lanes of traffic and resulted in the road closure.
For more information, visit the National Park Service Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park website or call 808-328-2326.
Big Island police have charged three men in connection with a theft of livestock investigation reported to have occurred on Friday morning in the Paukaa area of South Hilo this past Friday (March 17) after seeing a suspicious truck in the area.
It involved elaborate sanctions regarding behavior between individuals and among classes and was particularly restrictive.
Violations of (place of worship) at the site and ask the gods for a second chance at life.
Priests would then perform a ceremony of absolution, which allowed the lawbreaker to return home.
Since all Hawaiians respected and honored the sanctity of a is a massive stone wall built in 1550.
Constructed of unmodified lava rock, the mortarless L-shaped Great Wall is 965 feet long, 12 feet high, and 18 feet wide with both of its ends terminating near the ocean's edge.