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October 4, 2015 Weather postpones events on Molokai With Tropical Storm Oho in the vicinity of the Hawaiian Islands and expected to strengthen to a hurricane before moving east of the state, three events that had... more »»

Short-staffed state inspectors struggle to keep away pests

October 3, 2015 Maui is down to only a handful of agricultural inspectors a day — the frontline defense against new invasive species arrivals such as the little fire ant and coqui frogs — and there does not appear... more »»

Official: ‘Trespassers and vandals’ causing water outages

October 3, 2015 Department of Water Supply officials are blaming vandalism and the ongoing theft of water in Honokohau Valley in West Maui for the area’s frequent water outage. more »»

South Maui budget meeting set for Oct. 19

October 3, 2015 The mayor’s South Maui budget meeting that was canceled due to a tsunami advisory Sept. 16 has been rescheduled for 5:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at the Kihei Community Center. more »»

Request to apply for driver’s license denied

October 3, 2015 A Lahaina woman’s request for permission to apply for a driver’s license has been denied, four years after she was placed on probation for manslaughter for a 2007 traffic collision that killed an... more »»

County / In Brief

October 3, 2015 Missed trash to be picked up today Because of a staffing shortage, trash was not picked up in the Haiku area Friday. more »»

Tourism group offers $25,000 for homeless repatriation

October 2, 2015 The Family Life Center in Kahului, which provides emergency shelter and housing, will receive $25,000 to help homeless people leave Maui and find housing and support out of state. more »»

Man who embezzled funds from nonprofit nets 2-year prison term

October 2, 2015 A Honolulu man who directed the now-defunct Hawaii Centers for Independent Living — which had an office on Maui that served 200 people with disabilities — was sentenced to 21 months in federal priso... more »»

Police department internal investigations lead to 5 suspensions

October 2, 2015 Suspensions ranging from one to three days were ordered for five Maui Police Department employees as part of internal investigations concluded in June and July, police reported. more »»

Lahaina man must pay monthly to crash victim

October 2, 2015 WAILUKU — With the victim continuing to recover from her injuries, a Lahaina man has been ordered to pay at least $500 a month toward restitution for a woman who was injured in a collision with his... more »»

Vietnam-era veterans sought to participate in anniversary events

October 2, 2015 Hawaii’s 50th Anniversary of Vietnam Commemorative Committee is compiling a database of Hawaii-based Vietnam-era veterans to ensure that they are invited to events and to receive the honors they... more »»

County/In Brief

October 2, 2015 Police need help to find MCCC escapee Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a Maui Community Correctional Center inmate who fled Wednesday while he was on work furlough. more »»

New butterfly lands on Maui

October 1, 2015 Though Hawaii’s newest butterfly species doesn’t appear to pose a threat to the native ecosystem, researchers say the state should do more to ensure other invasive species don’t make their way to th... more »»

A whole lotta pink going on

October 1, 2015 Maui Fire Chief Jeff Murray (from left) jokes with county Managing Director Keith Regan and Maui Police Chief Tivoli Faaumu before the kickoff of the Pacific Cancer Foundation’s “Go Pink” campaign a... more »»

Native Hawaiians eagerly file to become delegates

October 1, 2015 South Maui state Rep. Kaniela Ing and Hawaiian activists Walter Ritte Jr. and Dr. Noa Aluli are among the candidates vying to be delegates to a Native Hawaiian constitutional convention. more »»

Kenolio Apartments fast-tracks to full council vote

October 1, 2015 WAILUKU — A Maui County Council committee Wednesday recommended fast-track approval of the 184-unit Kenolio Apartments affordable rental housing project in Kihei, with a member saying affordable... more »»

Putting together jobs and applicants

October 1, 2015 Job seekers get a chance to meet face to face with potential employers Wednesday morning during the University of Hawaii Maui College job fair outside the Ka Lama Building. more »»



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