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Maui vigil honors shooting victims

June 14, 2016 KIHEI — The day after a shooting at a gay nightclub took the lives of 49 people and wounded 53 in Orlando, Fl. more »»

Investment firm purchases Pulelehua for $15M

June 14, 2016 A partnership led by a Dallas-based real estate investment firm has purchased the 304-acre Pulelehua working-class housing community in West Maui from Maui Land & Pineapple Co. for $15 million. more »»

Farmland voter initiative falls short on signatures

June 14, 2016 There will be no citizen-driven initiative on the Nov. 8 general election ballot. more »»

Unscheduled fire burns 80 acres of cane

June 14, 2016 About 80 acres of sugar cane burned Sunday afternoon in an unscheduled fire in Haliimaile, fire and Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. officials said Monda. more »»

County/In Brief

June 14, 2016 Man airlifted from Bamboo Forest Trail A 41-year-old Haiku man had to be airlifted from the Bamboo Forest Trail in Kailua on Sunday afternoon after falling about 30 feet from a waterfall along the... more »»

Chili-and-rice fundraiser set for June 28

June 14, 2016 State House candidate Deidre Tegarden will hold a chili-and-rice fundraiser from 5:30 to 8 p.m. June 28 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall in Kihei. more »»

Vigil planned on Maui

June 13, 2016 An LGBT group on Maui plans to hold a vigil today to honor the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting in Orlando, Fla., the worst in modern U.S. history. more »»

Camp Imua

June 13, 2016 When 14-year-old Ava Heller first came to Camp Imua eight years ago, she was shy and didn’t speak to anyone, her mother, Monica Devine, recalled. more »»

State announces roadwork for county

June 13, 2016 Pavement marking, sign installations and traffic signal improvements will cause alternating lane closures on Kaahumanu Avenue and Main Street this week, according to the state Department of... more »»

Crime Watch

June 13, 2016 THIS IS A LIST of residential burglaries, stolen vehicles and vehicle break-ins in Maui County reported to the Maui Police Department from May 29 to June 4. more »»

County/In Brief

June 13, 2016 Man rescued after going down cliff A 33-year-old Maui man emerged with minor scratches after his Nissan SUV went 200 feet down a cliff near Kahakuloa early Saturday, according to a fire official. more »»

‘Talk Story with Tegarden’ event set

June 13, 2016 A “Talk Story with Tegarden” session will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. more »»

West Maui shopping center gets a whale of a makeover

June 12, 2016 An approximately $26 million renovation of Whalers Village is “timely” and sorely needed for the nearly half-a-century-old shopping center, a Kaanapali resort official said Friday. more »»

Landlord Summit to look for more Maui housing

June 12, 2016 When Kahului resident Wendy Janes first received a voucher from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, it didn’t seem like it would do her much goo. more »»

Honua‘ula EIS challenge lawsuit nears settlement

June 12, 2016 After a revised archaeological survey and pending approval of a habitat conservation plan, the Honua‘ula project is nearing settlement of a more than 3-year-old lawsuit in which the Sierra Club and... more »»

Maui County had an abundance of those May showers

June 12, 2016 May was an unusually wet month for Maui County, according to a summary of rainfall data from the National Weather Service. more »»

MaiTai tech night links startups with venture capitalists

June 12, 2016 The fourth annual MaiTai Maui Tech night will be held Tuesday evening at the Maui Tropical Plantation in Waikapu and will kick off a Startup Resources Fair for entrepreneurs to learn about funding,... more »»

An expo for homeowners of all sizes

June 12, 2016 Zaira Salbedo, 4, conducts a bit of a home inspection of a playhouse Saturday at the Construction Industry of Maui’s Home Expo at War Memorial Gym. more »»

Hepatitis B awareness campaign launched for the Pacific region

June 12, 2016 Because people of Asian and Pacific islander descent are most at risk of contracting hepatitis B, a public awareness campaign has been launched to urge people to get tested. more »»

 
 
 

 

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