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DeCoite hopes to keep her seat in House District 13

August 9, 2016 When East Maui, Lanai and Molokai voters head to the primary polls to cast their ballots for the 13th District representative in the state House of Representatives, they’ll have two Democratic... more »»

Maui passengers suffer some delays

August 9, 2016 Computer problems at Delta Airlines created flight delays of about three hours Monday at Kahului Airport but no cancellations, said Maui District Airports Manager Marvin Moniz on Monday afternoon. more »»

ML&P eases financial pressure with $27 million credit line

August 9, 2016 Maui Land & Pineapple Co. secured a $27 million revolving credit line with First Hawaiian Bank on Thursday to be used to refinance a loan with Wells Fargo Bank that was to come due Aug. more »»

Hui No‘eau Family Day

August 9, 2016 First photo: Oliver Maybee, 3, checks out the artistry of Angelica Derryberry, 5, as they work with colored ink pens at Hui No‘eau Family Day on Saturday. more »»

Robbery charge dismissed for homeless man

August 9, 2016 WAILUKU — A judge ruled there wasn’t enough evidence Monday to support a robbery charge against a homeless man who was seen shoving his ex-girlfriend during a late-night argument in Lahaina last... more »»

Landlord arrested for using car as battering ram

August 9, 2016 Police arrested a driver who was seen twice rear-ending another vehicle Saturday morning after an argument over money at a rental residence in Wailuku, police said. more »»

County/In Brief

August 9, 2016 Woman arrested in stolen vehicle A Haiku woman was arrested Saturday after she was seen driving a vehicle that was stolen earlier that morning from a Haiku residence, police said. more »»

Gathering celebrates the Maui ties of a Chinese revolutionary

August 8, 2016 KEOKEA — Before he was a revolutionary, Sun Yat-sen was a Honolulu schoolboy. more »»

Maui Medical, Kaiser announce new doctor hires

August 8, 2016 Maui Medical Group and Kaiser Permanente announced the recent addition of new doctor. more »»

County/In Brief

August 8, 2016 Driver dies in car crash in Olowalu A man was killed Saturday night near the Olowalu Store after his pickup truck overturned and landed on him, police sai. more »»

Dui Sentences

August 8, 2016 The following sentences for driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor occurred July 27 to Aug. 3. The listings include the offender’s name, age, residence and charges. more »»

Crime Watch

August 8, 2016 THIS IS A LIST of residential burglaries, stolen vehicles and vehicle break-ins in Maui County reported to the Maui Police Department from July 24 to 30. more »»

Hana Steel to host platform discussion

August 8, 2016 Maui County Council candidate Hana Steel will host a meet-and-greet platform discussion event from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday outside Whole Foods Market at the Maui Mall in Kahului. more »»

Feeling the burn: The last harvest also means an end to cane burning

August 7, 2016 Editor’s note: “The Last Harvest” is a series chronicling the various aspects of Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.’s final harvest as it shuts down at the end of the year after a 145-year run. more »»

Ing defends his District 11 seat against a strong challenge from Tegarden

August 7, 2016 Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles on contested races in the primary election, set for Aug. 13. Stories will appear most days through Wednesday. more »»

House burns to the ground in remote spot

August 7, 2016 Fire destroyed a two-story home in Kanaio on Friday night, leaving a 69-year-old woman homeless, Maui fire officials said Saturday. more »»

‘Dream come true’ health center opens on Lanai

August 7, 2016 A health clinic that began in an apartment of less than 500 square feet is now a 6,800-square-foot, multiroom center that will give Lanai residents more health care options and save them a few trips... more »»

New digs for the dogs

August 6, 2016 Maui Humane Society facilities supervisor Noe Carson grinds the stub of a metal fence pipe Friday morning while preparing for the installation of new dog kennels at the Puunene shelter. more »»

‘Hackathon’ searches for isle IT talent to modernize system

August 6, 2016 KIHEI — Homelessness, traffic and legislative accountability are a few of Hawaii’s biggest issues that government officials hope computer code developers will tackle during the state’s first... more »»



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