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As lava flow relents, so does shelter population demand

  • CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / crussell@stararadvertiser.com

    After evacuating his home on Pohoiki Road and living in the Pahoa Shelter for two months, Jack “Nova” DeShincoe transitioned to a rental apartment in Hilo on July 17. He is pictured at his new apartment on July 21.

  • CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / crussell@stararadvertiser.com

    After evacuating his home on Pohoiki Road and living in the Pahoa Shelter for two months, Jack “Nova” DeShincoe transitioned to a rental apartment in Hilo on July 17. He is pictured at his new apartment on July 21.

  • CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Leilani Estates resident Kaine’e Pearson has been staying at the Pahoa Shelter for almost two weeks because of the volcanic activity from Kilauea.

On the heels of the apparent halt of Kilauea’s eruption earlier this month comes more good news for the Big Island: Its emergency shelter population has dwindled. Read more

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