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Nisei veteran recounts WWII memories of Dachau

November 8, 2015 WAILUKU — Seventy years ago Shigeru “Kelly” Nakamura felt “sorry” as he saw thin and weak Jewish prisoners hours after they were liberated from subcamps at Dachau, one of the most infamous... more »»

County / In Brief

November 8, 2015 Wash. visitor pulled from W. more »»

With victim’s nod, Kihei man avoids longer prison term

November 8, 2015 WAILUKU — With the victim of an “egregious assault” wanting to see his attacker placed on probation, a Kihei man was spared a longer prison term as he was sentenced Wednesday for the assault and... more »»

Hansen Road no longer the road less traveled

November 8, 2015 FIRST PHOTO: Kahu Laki Kaahumanu blows a pu, or conch shell, as Maui dignitaries untie a maile lei marking the reopening of Hansen Road on Saturday morning. more »»

Nomination deadline is Friday for People Who Made a Difference

November 8, 2015 For the first time since naming its People Who Made A Difference in 1994, The Maui News will be opening up nominations for the 2015 awardees to the public. more »»

‘Monster’ sentenced to 80 years for sexual assaults of 3 women

November 7, 2015 WAILUKU — A Wailuku man already serving life in prison for sexually assaulting and attacking three older women more than a decade ago was essentially handed another life sentence Friday by a 2nd... more »»

Lanai Community Plan update deadline extended

November 7, 2015 Maui County Council members adopted a resolution Friday to extend by approximately three months the amount of time they have to finish the Lanai Community Plan update. The council had until Nov. more »»

County / In Brief

November 7, 2015 Park restrooms closed temporarily The Hana Ball Park restrooms have been closed and were expected to remain shuttered for repairs and maintenance through Monday, according to the county Department o... more »»

Group helps check for dangers

November 7, 2015 FIRST PHOTO: Maui Wheelers member Gary Drost squeezes by a signpost along South Market Street during a group outing around Wailuku with county Department of Public Works officials Oct. 2. more »»

‘Career criminal’ gets 10-year term

November 7, 2015 WAILUKU — A 10-year prison term was ordered for a Kihei man described as a “career criminal” with a history that includes 42 arrests and 16 convictions. more »»

Coast Guard performs rescue south of Maui

November 7, 2015 A U.S. Coast Guard crew recovered an unresponsive 71-year-old man Friday from the 30-foot sailboat Kolina, which was found adrift Thursday night 20 miles south of Mau. more »»

Setting fire leads to jail

November 7, 2015 WAILUKU — A man who was reportedly trying to impress a woman when he set fire to the Makawao residence of her ex-boyfriend’s mother last year was sentenced Wednesday to a 16-month jail term. more »»

Made on Molokai

November 6, 2015 Suffering from the highest unemployment rate in the state for years, some Molokai residents are capitalizing on their own strengths and talents to create business opportunities making one-of-a-kind... more »»

Free parking offered at MACC, college

November 6, 2015 There will be free parking along with a drop-off point for seniors and the handicapped at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s main gate for the Made in Maui County Festival today and Saturday. more »»

Heavy summer rains pounded HC&S operations, profits, A&B officials say

November 6, 2015 Heavy rainfall this summer caused Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. more »»

Missing woman’s landlord indicted on burglary charges

November 6, 2015 WAILUKU — The former landlord of missing pregnant woman Carly “Charli” Scott has been indicted on charges alleging he burglarized her residence to steal her belongings, then demanded money from her... more »»

Playground whale battered but tail still fun

November 6, 2015 It’s not marine debris cinching the neck of a humpback whale at the South Maui Community Park on Thursday morning, but netting to keep keiki from playing on the playground structure. more »»

Judge suspends fine for Makawao parade organizer

November 6, 2015 WAILUKU — A Wailuku District Court judge suspended a $100 fine against parade organizer Theresa Thompson on Thursday after she was summoned to court for allowing horses to be staged in the Maui... more »»

County/In Brief

November 6, 2015 Two-story house fire reported in Kihei Firefighters responded to a two-story structure fire Thursday afternoon on Kawailani Circle in Kihei, said Fire Services Officers Edward Taomoto. more »»



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