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June 27, 2015 Kihei library to reopen Wednesday The Kihei Public Library will reopen at 10 a.m. Wednesday with the completion of an air conditioner replacement project. more »»

Remembering 65 years since the Korean War

June 26, 2015 Pastor Jaeman Lim leads the Korean Choir in the “Star Spangled Banner” at the start of Thursday evening’s candlelight vigil marking the 65th anniversary of the start of the Korean War at the war... more »»

Maui telescope transport delayed

June 26, 2015 The transport of construction materials for the Daniel K. more »»

Conference aims to help counties plan for success

June 26, 2015 MAKENA — National economic numbers were positive in 2014, but that doesn’t mean all counties, including Maui County, have recovered from the Great Recession, said an official with the National... more »»

Sweat equity, infrastructure keys to affordable housing

June 26, 2015 MAKENA — County development of affordable housing hinges on available infrastructure, said a Hawaii island official. more »»

Kahului man agrees to 30 years in prison for standoff with police

June 26, 2015 WAILUKU — A man indicted for firing gunshots at police officers during a standoff at a Kahului residence is agreeing to be sentenced to a 30-year prison term as part of a plea deal. more »»

West Maui wastewater spill produces a smelly situation

June 26, 2015 KAANAPALI — Wastewater forced open a sewer manhole Thursday morning and spilled across the southbound lane of Honoapiilani Highway, causing some people to “dry heave” from the repulsive smell, in th... more »»

Made in Maui festival off to good start but still seeking applicants

June 26, 2015 Organizers of the second Made in Maui County Festival announced Thursday the first wave of businesses approved for the event to be held Nov. 6 and 7 at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. more »»

Teenage escapee found in Wailuku

June 26, 2015 A teenager who was arrested Wednesday in Wailuku after not returning to the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility last month was taken back to the Oahu facility on Thursday, police said. more »»

Airport access no easy road to hoe

June 25, 2015 First photo: As the first phase of the Kahului Airport access road winds down with work at the Puunene Avenue intersection, construction is going full bore on the second phase of the road from Hana... more »»

Kaupo ranch hands honored in capture of wanted man

June 25, 2015 Two men were hailed as “heroes” on Saturday for their help in detaining a wanted man who was later charged with first-degree burglary and theft. more »»

Maui group holds vigil as work goes on at Inouye telescope on Haleakala

June 25, 2015 A group of people opposed to telescopes being built atop Haleakala and Mauna Kea planned to gather at the Central Maui Baseyard in Puunene late Wednesday night as a wide-load convoy of equipment for... more »»

Maui engineer moves mountains to complete Palmyra Atoll energy project

June 25, 2015 Maui engineer Jake Freeman donated more than $120,000 in labor to help complete a $1. more »»

MEO drivers vote in union

June 25, 2015 Bus drivers at Maui Economic Opportunity voted to form a union Tuesday night, an official with Hawaii Teamsters Local 996 said Wednesday. more »»

Man gets probation and time served for unauthorized entry

June 25, 2015 WAILUKU — A man who entered a Kahului residence and sexually exposed himself in a woman’s bedroom was released Tuesday after spending more than 10 months in jail. more »»

NOAA reviewing responses to humpback sanctuary expansion

June 25, 2015 LIHUE — Federal officials are sifting through more than 3,000 written testimonies about a proposal to expand the boundaries of a sanctuary for humpback whales in Hawaii waters. more »»

Missing teen apprehended by police

June 25, 2015 A teenager who didn’t return to the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility on Oahu was apprehended Wednesday afternoon, Maui police said. more »»

Preparing to bid aloha to a man with a generous heart

June 24, 2015 Adrian Yadao of Maui Rents (first photo) uses a sledge hammer to drive a stake into the commons of University Hawaii Maui College on Tuesday afternoon while helping set up a tent for today’s funeral... more »»

More bang for the 4th

June 24, 2015 The Fourth of July Fireworks show in Lahaina will run a little longer this year. more »»

Hawaii bat got here like many of us — by air

June 24, 2015 Hawaiian hoary bats, or ‘ope‘ape‘a, may have migrated to the islands millennia ago by flying from San Francisco to the eastern part of Maui, the shortest possible flight distance between Hawaii and... more »»



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