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July 12, 2016 Brush fire is 80% contained The 1,300-acre Olowalu-Ukumehame brush fire was 80 percent contained Monday evening, according to a Maui fire officia. more »»

Workin’ at the car wash

July 11, 2016 Young baseball pitcher Raecen Velez, 6, waits to be called on to rinse a car during a fundraising car wash Saturday at St. Theresa Church in Kihei for the Phillies youth baseball club. more »»

Peer-support groups for grieving children ready to launch

July 11, 2016 Most people avoided the subject of death when 9-year-old Eve-Lynn Civerolo lost her father 60 years ago. more »»

Press problems delay delivery of Sunday’s newspaper

July 11, 2016 An electrical failure in the press at The Maui News caused delay of the delivery of Sunday’s paper. more »»

Second brush fire 60% contained

July 11, 2016 West Maui’s second large brush fire in a week was about 60 percent contained as of Sunday afternoon, a Maui Fire Department official sai. more »»

Portable classrooms to be added to Makawao school

July 11, 2016 The construction of two portable classrooms to ease overcrowding at Makawao Elementary School is expected to begin in October, said state Sen. J. Kalani English, who represents the district. more »»

SXSW officials to hold meet-and-greet

July 11, 2016 Representatives from the famed music and film festival South by Southwest will be holding a meet-and-greet Thursday on Maui in hopes of attracting local talent to the next festival to be held March... more »»

Crime Watch

July 11, 2016 THIS IS A LIST of residential burglaries, stolen vehicles and vehicle break-ins in Maui County reported to the Maui Police Department from June 26 to July . more »»

Maui Brand: The end of a sweet success story

July 10, 2016 PUUNENE — Large amber-colored sugar crystals pour into containers like glistening jewels carefully handled by Maui Brand workers at the Puunene Mill. more »»

Memorial for patients who died at Kalaupapa moves closer to becoming reality

July 10, 2016 A proposed memorial years in the making is becoming a reality in Kalaupapa, providing a tangible place to remember the thousands of individuals who were sent to the settlement, many of whom were... more »»

Olowalu area fire spreads to 1,300 acres overnight

July 10, 2016 The brush fire that broke out Friday in the Ukumehame-Olowalu area has scorched around 1,300 acres and was about 30 percent contained on Saturday afternoon, a Maui Fire Department official said. more »»

Maui welcomes 2 warriors

July 10, 2016 KAHULUI — After more than 70 surgeries and four years of hospital stays, Ralph DeQuebec, who lost his legs while fighting in Afghanistan, is finally on vacation. “We need a vacation. more »»

County / In Brief

July 10, 2016 Radio show to air live from Maui today A nationally syndicated radio travel show will air live from The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua today with local guests, according to an announcement from KAOI Radio... more »»

Maui girl who became Carondelet nun dies

July 10, 2016 Sister Rose Damien Malabon, a Maui girl who became the island’s first sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet, died June 29 on Oahu. She was 84. Malabon was named “Inez” when she was born Jan. more »»

New brush fire ignites in West Maui

July 9, 2016 The second large brush fire in a week burned to within 50 to 100 feet of a home at the top of Ehehene Street in Ukumehame, shut down Honoapiilani Highway for about 30 minutes Friday evening, and... more »»

Volunteers offer instruction, but children need equipment

July 9, 2016 At Waiale Park in Wailuku, dirt patches in the grass are used as bases and four baseball gloves are shared by 30 children. more »»

Judge dismisses whistleblower suit against county

July 9, 2016 WAILUKU — A 2nd Circuit judge has dismissed a nearly four-year-long whistleblower lawsuit against Maui County bought by a former liquor control officer trainee. more »»

Union members show support for legislation

July 9, 2016 More than 50 sign-wavers from the Hawaii Government Employees Association showed support Friday for their members at the three Maui County public hospitals affected by the state’s privatization of... more »»

Multiple crimes lead to 10 years in prison for man

July 9, 2016 WAILUKU — A man who had been paroled when he reversed a stolen pickup truck into a police car and committed other crimes was sentenced last month to a 10-year prison term. more »»



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