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Myth or fact? Trying to dissect HART’s assertions

September 7, 2016 With all of the recent discussion about the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) and the Honolulu rail project, there have been quite a few assertions that people have been playing fas... more »»

Maui Connections

September 6, 2016 “It’s like a United Nations of Good Will, an Olympics of Hope. more »»

Ask the Mayor

September 5, 2016 Mayor Alan Arakawa answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff. Q: My neighbors and I both had some damage from the high surf related to the recent storm activity. more »»

State bills considered for counties’ 2017 package

September 4, 2016 With more than four months to prepare, county council members throughout Hawaii will make every effort to keep counties’ priorities top of mind during the 2017 state legislative session. more »»

Off Deadline

September 3, 2016 A former editor of mine at The Maui News quickly tired of “Stranger in a Strange Land” columns from new reporters finding their way around Maui County. more »»

Neighbors: art of glass

September 2, 2016 On any given day, you’ll find Stephen Fellerman perched on a wooden bench just a few feet away from the open door of a 2,100-degree furnace. “Yeah, it gets pretty warm,” he laughe. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

August 31, 2016 Thursday begins my favorite month of the year. I love September, and not just because it’s my birthday month. more »»

A once good and noble law gets beaten up over years

August 31, 2016 In this past state legislative session, lawmakers saw fit to pass, and Go. more »»

Maui Connections

August 30, 2016 Saturday morning a big yellow firetruck pulled up in front of Longs in Pukalani. No emergency, no problem — it was there on a happy mission. more »»

Ask The Mayor

August 29, 2016 Q: What are the rules for using a public road/street for parking? Is it OK to park personal cars overnight, especially along a busy road/street? I thought that a landlord who uses their house for... more »»

New water fixture units within reach of more residents

August 28, 2016 There’s good news for consumers of the county’s water systems. more »»

The State of Aloha

August 26, 2016 How often do you think of Richard III, that late medieval king of England who had a crooked spine and was villainized by William Shakespeare in the eponymous play written 200 years after his death? ... more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

August 24, 2016 News of Kahului Florist leaving the Maui Mall prompted a burst of fragrant memories and wistful thoughts of sweeter, simpler day. more »»

Unused GEM money tempting target for lawmakers to raid

August 24, 2016 With all of the financing challenges facing our state government, it is very tempting when lawmakers find a large cache of unused money. more »»

Maui Connections

August 23, 2016 We are all verbs living under the illusion that we’re nouns. more »»

Ask The Mayor

August 22, 2016 Q: I’ve been reading about the positive cases of Zika brought in from people who traveled abroad and am hoping that the disease doesn’t start to spread locally. more »»

Counties’ fight for fair TAT revenue slice continues

August 21, 2016 The counties will continue to work with the state Legislature for a more equitable share of transient accommodations tax revenue. more »»

Poetry in motion: Hokulani Holt-Padilla marks 40 years as a kumu hula

August 19, 2016 Hokulani Holt-Padilla has been dancing for as long as she can remember. “I have no memory of my first hula lesson, but there are photos of me dancing when I was 3 or 4 years old,” she said. more »»

Value of Maui firefighters extolled

August 19, 2016 A Maui News story from Aug. more »»

Commoners’ right to hunt under threat

August 18, 2016 In Olde England, hunting was the privilege of the landed and the rich. The right to hunt depended on the number of acres owned or one’s incom. more »»



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