First photo: Fishers line up in the shallow waters of Kahului Harbor to catch halalu Saturday afternoon. “We wait all year for these fish to come in,” said Wailuku’s Codee Santos. “It’s usually in the summer.” Santos said he deep fries his halalu whole and they turn out tasty.
Second photo: A day’s catch of halalu heads home with a fisher Saturday.
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Stacks of containers are seen at Kahului Harbor on Tuesday
The Young Brothers tug Kapena Bob Purdy and barge Maka‘ala are tied up alongside Kahului Harbor’s Pier Two on Tuesday morning. The $20 million Kapena Bob Purdy was put into service last year. The company was recently given permission to extend its modified shipping schedule — which it reduced earlier this year to cut costs — through Aug. 17. The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photos
A project to transform former UH-Maui College dorms into emergency housing for the homeless was blessed Tuesday. It’s anticipated to be finished in early 2021. MAUI COUNTY photos
Kahu Kapono‘ai Molitau conducts a blessing Tuesday morning for the Huliau housing project at the former UH-Maui College dorms in Kahului.