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‘At the doorsteps of Montage’

March 21, 2014 Select few guests offered a sneak peek KAPALUA — While the time-share Residences at Kapalua Bay has not quite switched to its new namesake and hotel combination, a select few guests got a “sneak... more »»

Bill to funnel more hotel tax funds to counties

March 21, 2014 Hawaii lawmakers are advancing a measure that would give the counties a larger share of the state’s hotel tax revenue despite the state’s recently downgraded financial forecast. more »»

‘Happy just being here’

March 21, 2014 First Photo: Herminia Beers (right) shares a laugh with Live Happy member Janice Herrick on Thursday afternoon in front of the Kahului Safeway. more »»

Business owner pleads guilty to tax fraud

March 21, 2014 Charles Loewen, the owner of Paradise Stone & Tile in Lahaina, pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiring to defraud the United States and filing a false tax refund claim. more »»

Arrest in alleged assault, threatening case

March 21, 2014 A 21-year-old man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly assaulting a man at Kalama Park in Kihei and threatening a woman who was videotaping the incident, police said. more »»

Welcome to the Web

March 20, 2014 KAHULUI — Jamie Sato never created a website for her 25-year-old local business, Party Paradise. more »»

Update (911 Audio): Plane survivor tells of hard bank, chaos

March 20, 2014 A man who survived a plane crash on Lanai last month reported that the plane made an “extreme bank to the right hard enough that he could feel the G-force” after takeoff from Lanai Airport, accordin... more »»

Jurors hear from both sides at trial over trail

March 20, 2014 WAILUKU — In a trial to decide whether the state or Haleakala Ranch owns Haleakala Trail, a 2nd Circuit Court jury is being asked to weigh a centuries-old state law against private property rights. more »»

Paia School library’s stint as storage ends

March 20, 2014 PAIA — The library at Paia School is scheduled to reopen today after being used primarily as storage space for the last five years. more »»

County/In Brief

March 20, 2014 Kanahele to speak on Hawaiian roll Dennis “Bumpy” Kanahele will speak at an event to discuss the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission, Kana‘iolowalu, beginning at 5 p.m. Friday in Lahaina. more »»

Diver found safe on land after search of ocean

March 20, 2014 A diver, who was the subject of a Coast Guard search off Molokai due to the discovery of an orange dive flag and buoy in the ocean Wednesday, was found on land and was never in distress. more »»

Information sought in Kihei assault

March 20, 2014 This week the Maui Police Department and Maui Crime Stoppers seek the public’s help in identifying those responsible for the assault of a man in the area of Kalama Park on Saturday. more »»

Woman repays $80K she took from eatery

March 20, 2014 WAILUKU — After paying $80,000 toward restitution last month, a woman pleaded guilty March 13 to first-degree theft from a Lahaina restaurant. more »»

Father figure made difference for Maui Teacher of the Year

March 19, 2014 As a youngster growing up without a father, Maui’s District Teacher of the Year looked up to the only male role model he knew: his 4th-grade teacher. “He just inspired m. more »»

County cuts fleet of vehicles taken home by workers

March 19, 2014 While Managing Director Keith Regan maintained Tuesday that Maui County departments have fully complied with a vehicle-use policy that went into effect July 1, 2012, there is a fly in the ointment... more »»

Deadline extended for wishes

March 19, 2014 Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center said that it has extended to Thursday its deadline to receive wishes to Carly “Charli” Scott and her unborn son, Joshua, which will be part of a memorial for them Sunday. more »»

Power line inspections set

March 19, 2014 Maui Electric Co. will conduct routine aerial power line inspections throughout Maui County, weather permitting, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. more »»

Council may clear tobacco from parks

March 19, 2014 WAILUKU — Maui County Council members are considering a bill that would ban smoking, tobacco products and electronic smoking devices at county parks and beaches. more »»

State unemployment dips to 5% in January

March 19, 2014 The unemployment rate for Maui declined 0.3 percentage point to 5 percent in January, compared with the same month in 2013, the state Department of Labor & Industrial Relations reported Monday. more »»

Hawaii’s Red Cross chapter honors 2014 Maui heroes

March 19, 2014 WAILEA — The Hawaii State Chapter of the American Red Cross honored a volunteer of the year and a lifesaver of the year in Maui County at its 2014 Maui Heroes Breakfast on Saturday at the Andaz Maui... more »»



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