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Some power restored at Haleakala park

February 6, 2015 Power was restored to parts of the summit of Haleakala on Thursday afternoon as Maui Electric Co. crews worked in remote areas to make partial repairs to power lines. At about 1 p.m. more »»

Kim gets nod after grilling

February 5, 2015 WAILUKU — John D. more »»

Mother: Toddler had new bruises after first day at Potty Boot Camp

February 5, 2015 WAILUKU — When she picked up her son after his first day at a toilet-training “boot camp” a Paia woman testified Wednesday, she saw bruises that hadn’t been there when she had dropped him off. more »»

State ethics panel fines workers for free golf

February 5, 2015 Eight current and former Hawaii state employees — including a vice chancellor at UH-Maui College — accused of accepting free golf from contractors and others doing business with their agencies have... more »»

Nice day following ugly one

February 5, 2015 Ocean Safety Officer Ryan Cabrera rinses off after a dip in the ocean during his lunch break at Baldwin Beach Park on Wednesday. more »»

Plea made in sex assault

February 5, 2015 WAILUKU — A registered sex offender is facing another prison sentence after pleading no contest Wednesday to charges in the sexual assault of a Maui Mall store employee who was dragged into a... more »»

Slurry sealing set in Wailuku and Lahaina

February 5, 2015 The county Department of Public Works Highways Division has begun a slurry sealing project on roadways in Wailuku Heights and Lahaina as part of a pavement preservation program. more »»

County / In Brief

February 5, 2015 Pacific Whale Foundation boat freed A Pacific Whale Foundation boat that ran aground Monday afternoon outside Lahaina Harbor was removed Tuesday night, the state Department of Land and Natural... more »»

Recycling grants offered

February 5, 2015 The Maui County Department of Environmental Management is accepting grant applications and proposals from the public that focus on recycling or landfill diversion, the department announced Monday. more »»

Purification ritual sparks ‘something special’

February 4, 2015 The Rev. Akihiro Okada of Daijungu Temple of Honolulu conducts Saturday morning’s Tondo Matsuri service at the Maui Jinsha Shrine in Paukukal. more »»

Target to open March 4

February 4, 2015 Target will be opening the doors to its first Maui store — one of 15 the retailer will open across the nation this year — in the Puunene Shopping Center in Kahului at 8 a.m. March 4. more »»

‘New rules’ needed for medical marijuana

February 4, 2015 WAILUKU — Despite being one of the first states to legalize medical marijuana 15 years ago, Hawaii’s laws regulating how patients can access the drug are still significantly flawed, a state Health... more »»

Cold front brings rain, wind

February 4, 2015 A cold front blew over over Maui on Tuesday, filling rain gauges in Pukalani and Waikapu, running a second boat aground off Lahaina and causing power outages in Peahi and Molokai. more »»

Man gets 45 days in jail for driving into race crowd

February 4, 2015 WAILUKU — Saying a man had put others at risk by drinking and driving even before he drove through a crowd at the Maui Marathon starting line last year, a judge ordered the defendant to serve a... more »»

County / In Brief

February 4, 2015 Suspect in Longs robbery sought Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who brandished a handgun during a robbery Monday night at Longs Drug Store in Pukalani. more »»

Local Briefs

February 4, 2015 Mayor will speak at Rotary meeting Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa will be the guest speaker at the lunch meeting of the Rotary Club of Kihei-Wailea at noon Feb. more »»

Isle Kaiser Permanente workers seek to maintain ‘what we have’

February 3, 2015 WAILUKU — Kaiser Permanente workers on Maui took to the streets Monday as part of a statewide, six-day strike against the health care provider that is stuck in a labor contract dispute. more »»

‘3 Can Plan’ gets canned

February 3, 2015 The county Department of Environmental Management ended its 2-year-old curbside recycling pilot program Sunday, despite calls from South Maui residents to keep its “3 Can Plan. more »»

New Camp Maluhia Boy Scout facility plans under review

February 3, 2015 The 77-year-old, termite-damaged dining hall at the busy Camp Maluhia will be replaced by a new facility to be built near the camp’s Longhouse, according to a draft environmental assessment submitte... more »»



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