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Sharing Mana‘o

June 18, 2014 It’s been nearly a year since the state enacted tougher penalties for distracted driving. more »»

Maui Connections

June 17, 2014 For sale: Family memories. Some happy, some not. Priced to sell quickly. For all the great minds around the planet pondering wealth inequality, one easy fix is garage sales. more »»

Ask The Mayor

June 16, 2014 Q: Every year we have been fortunate to enroll our children in the county’s Summer PALS (Play and Learn Sessions) progra. more »»

Committees to look at alcohol ban, traffic lights, zoning amendments

June 15, 2014 County Council committees this week will consider measures addressing public safety and quality of life. more »»

Growth Industry

June 13, 2014 What started as an interest in horticulture and a passion for native Hawaiian plants has grown into a thriving business for Ethan Romanchak and Jonathan Keyser. more »»

Maui Nei

June 12, 2014 A long journey that began with abundant aloha is coming to an end. more »»

What happens in Vegas, moves to Vegas

June 12, 2014 Most of us have heard the line “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vega. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

June 11, 2014 You probably didn’t notice, but while you were going about your daily business a week ago, a Category 4 hurricane slammed into Hawaii. Virtually. more »»

Maui Connections

June 10, 2014 Last Friday, Kamehameha Schools Maui intern Daisy Draper joined Matt Thayer and me covering the Maui Film Festival at the Grand Wailea. more »»

Ask The Mayor

June 9, 2014 Q: My question involves the enforcement of laws regarding noise pollution. We hear a great deal about air pollution whenever cane fields are burned, and rightly so. more »»

Budget done, standing committees return to stage

June 8, 2014 Now that the County Council has passed the fiscal year 2015 budget on second and final reading, the council’s eight standing committees return to the stage for their regular rotation of work. more »»

The State of Aloha

June 6, 2014 A young man is recruited by a labor agency to head east. more »»

Maui Nei

June 5, 2014 It had to happen. The American fascination with the automobile is waning. That’s according to an Associated Press story that appeared on the front page of The Maui News on Monday. more »»

What would a Hawaiian Kingdom mean?

June 5, 2014 The Office of Hawaiian Affairs was just in the news because its chief executive officer, Kamana‘opono Crabbe, wrote a letter to the U.S. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

June 4, 2014 Turns out my late husband was wrong when he divided the world into cat people and dog people. There are bird people, fish people, people people, all kinds of peopl. more »»

Maui Connections

June 3, 2014 Versatile actor and Academy Award-winning songwriter Keith Carradine is a late addition to the lineup of stars coming to this year’s Maui Film Festival, which kicks off its 15th summer Wednesday in... more »»

Ask The Mayor

June 2, 2014 Q: A friend told me about two women in their 80s who were waiting for the Maui Bus near Ah Fook’s Supermarket at Kahului Shopping Center. more »»

Deadlines aid in council’s decision-making

June 1, 2014 “A decision without a deadline is a meaningless discussion. more »»

Special coach

May 30, 2014 Marie White paces along the concrete edge of the Maui Family YMCA pool, eyes sweeping across splashing swimmers until they fix on a young man who’s stopped at the end of his lane and is hanging on... more »»

Maui Nei

May 29, 2014 There’s an intriguing, slightly funny commercial running on TV these days. Maui landowner Oprah and friends are urging everyone to be casually friendly with seldom-seen friends and stranger. more »»



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