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Grant money for improving Native Hawaiian conditions

September 22, 2014 The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is making available $8.9 million in grant money to community-based organizations that can help address key priorities of improving conditions for Native Hawaiians. more »»

Crime Watch

September 22, 2014 THIS IS A LIST of residential burglaries, stolen vehicles and vehicle break-ins in Maui County reported to the Maui Police Department from Sept. 7 to 13. more »»

DUI Sentences

September 22, 2014 The following sentences for driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor occurred during the period of Sept. 16 to 19. The listings include the offender’s name, age, residence and charges. more »»

‘Family legacy’ lives on

September 21, 2014 For more than 40 years, customers of Archie’s Restaurant have been enjoying Japanese and local-style cuisine such as thick flour noodles mixed with vegetables and shrimp tempura along with breaded... more »»

Food safety system garners green light from mall’s eateries

September 21, 2014 Fast-food chains at the Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center were among the first Maui eateries to receive the state Health Department’s new food safety placards, and so far, the store managers say they’re happy... more »»

Plan calling for Hana to see larger planes

September 21, 2014 Only planes with nine passengers or less currently use Hana Airport, but the state is planning to add features that would allow the remote airport to accommodate larger aircraft with up to 30... more »»

Kihei woman dies after driver loses control on bypass

September 21, 2014 A 23-year-old Kihei woman died early Saturday morning when the driver of a vehicle she was riding in lost control on the Lahaina bypass and crashed into a guardrail, police sai. more »»

Meeting set for paving project; ‘it’s impossible for traffic to pass safely’

September 21, 2014 The third and final phase of the Kahekili Highway resurfacing project is set to begin Oct. more »»

County / In Brief

September 21, 2014 Five people homeless after fire in Haiku A Haiku structure fire left five people, including two adults and three children, homeless Saturday afternoon, Fire Services Chief Lee Mainaga reported. more »»

Initial reaction ‘frustration,’ says Feed My Sheep official

September 20, 2014 Feed My Sheep, the largest nonprofit direct distributor of food to those in need on Maui, had about $550 worth of maintenance equipment stolen in a burglary at its Puunene headquarters last week. more »»

Initial OK given to acquire service center land

September 20, 2014 The Maui County Council on Friday gave initial approval to spend $7.1 million to acquire about 4 acres in Alexander & Baldwin’s Maui Business Park II in Kahului for a new county service center. more »»

Hurting for cash, Hawaii’s public hospitals make reductions

September 20, 2014 HONOLULU (AP) — Public hospitals across Hawaii are finding ways to reduce staff and cut services because they don’t have enough money to make ends meet. more »»

County / In Brief

September 20, 2014 Missed trash due to staff shortage A manpower shortage led to missed trash pickups in the Haiku area Friday, the county Solid Waste Division announced. more »»

No contest plea for marijuana charges

September 20, 2014 The head of a Paia-based medical marijuana advocacy group pleaded no contest to a trio of drug charges dating back to 2008 on Friday in 2nd Circuit Court. more »»

County’s jobless rate sinks to 4.2 percent

September 20, 2014 Maui County’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.2 percent in August, down from 5 percent the same month a year ago, the state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations reported Friday. more »»

Candidates slated to speak at all-day conference

September 20, 2014 Mayoral, gubernatorial and County Council candidates are slated to speak at the Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce’s eighth annual Business Fest at the Grand Wailea on Oct. 2. more »»

Former school clerk to repay money she stole

September 20, 2014 WAILUKU — A former clerk at a Molokai charter school was ordered to repay more than $12,000 she stole over a five-month period, as she was sentenced Thursday for the thefts. more »»

 
 
 

 

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