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September 11, 2014 The odyssey began in front of a radio tuned to 91.7 FM. Mana‘o, Maui’s public subscription station, was broadcasting its usual eclectic selection of music. more »»

Targeted benefits: Helpful or harmful?

September 11, 2014 State governments, including ours, are increasingly using targeted benefits such as tax credits and exemptions to attract companies or industries to their states. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

September 10, 2014 I love birthdays! Especially my own. I admit, I’m one of those annoying people who act as if the world revolves around them on that one special da. more »»

Maui Connections

September 9, 2014 I’ve been having trouble telling the time lately. It’s not my fault. It’s my devices. It’s a new semester at the University of Hawaii Maui College and I have to get up to teach classes twice a week. more »»

Ask The Mayor

September 8, 2014 Q: Why can’t I sit down on a bench or stand in the shade and wait for the bus at my stop in Kihei? I use the bus regularly and have spent a lot of my hard-earned money to do so, including purchasing... more »»

Planning conference features shoreline restoration, open data

September 7, 2014 Starting Wednesday, planners and community leaders will convene at the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa in Kaanapali for the 2014 Hawaii Congress of Planning Officials, hosted by Maui County’s Planning... more »»

Planting seeds of change

September 5, 2014 When he first started volunteering as a school garden manager, Nio Kindla wasn’t prepared for just how disconnected most kids were from nature and food. more »»

Maui Nei

September 4, 2014 A wide smile, laughing eyes and seemingly inexhaustible energy. That was Fred Duldulao to all but his most intimate family and friends. more »»

REIT — a new kind of tax shelter?

September 4, 2014 This week we will talk about a special kind of corporation called a real estate investment trust, or REIT. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

September 3, 2014 It has been five months since I reluctantly gave up my BlackBerry and switched to the Samsung Galaxy S5. more »»

Maui Connections

September 2, 2014 Another Saturday afternoon at the Kihei Aquatic Center. The pool was full of kids. But it was hardly a normal day for lifeguards David Kauhaahaa, Howard MacPherson and Jeff Wayer. more »»

Ask The Mayor

September 1, 2014 Q: There is a stretch of beach between Baldwin Beach Park and Paia Bay, where the old lime kiln used to be, that has become a nudist gathering spo. more »»

Housing for seniors and special needs tenants on agendas

August 31, 2014 Continuing an important theme of the 2013-2015 term, this week’s County Council agendas include consideration of two projects to increase the supply of affordable housing in Maui Count. more »»

The State of Aloha

August 29, 2014 Ferguson, Mo., is a small city in the northern suburbs of St. Louis with a population of around 21,000 people — that’s less than Wailuk. more »»

Maui Nei

August 28, 2014 In the beginning, there was surfing. Hawaiian royalty rode the waves on boards shaped from koa planks. more »»

Filing close to deadline? Get a receipt

August 28, 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Stocker waited until the day their taxes were due, Oct. 15, 2007. Mr. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

August 27, 2014 In preparing for Thursday night’s comedy show at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center, I decided to take an academic approach, rather than my usual reliance on instinct. more »»

Maui Connections

August 26, 2014 A lot of us are still savoring the afterglow of “Miss Saigon” after its triumphant two-weekend run in the Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s Castle Theater. more »»

Ask The Mayor

August 25, 2014 Q: There was a great deal of confusion when trash pickups were disrupted by both the storm and by the county holiday recently. more »»

Finalized plan needed to preserve Kanaha Beach Park

August 24, 2014 Just around the corner from Kahului Airport is Kanaha Beach Park, a remnant of a vast ecosystem that spanned the coast of Waihee to as far north as Hamakuapoko and even inland to Waikapu. more »»



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