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Police accreditation officials on island, to take comment

April 10, 2014 The public is invited to comment on the Maui Police Department’s services and performance as a team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies will be visiting... more »»

Fundraiser for Vietnam project April 25

April 10, 2014 A Wailea woman who scoured yearbooks, phonebooks, old newspapers and the Internet to find 42 photos of Maui’s fallen Vietnam veterans is close to reaching her fundraising goal of $42,000, or $1,000... more »»

Family member, ‘big prize’ most prevalent scams

April 10, 2014 Telephone scams involving people pretending to be family members requesting money and Publishers Clearing House representatives asking for payment to claim the “big prize” are the two most prevalent... more »»

Ordnance prompts Kahului evacuation and road closure

April 9, 2014 A grenade and 12-inch mortar shell, found by a man in his late father’s belongings, were disposed of at the Ukumehame Firing Range on Tuesday night by a bomb disposal team in an incident that... more »»

Deferral on water service fee increase considered

April 9, 2014 WAILUKU — The Maui County Council Budget and Finance Committee is considering deferring the mayor’s proposed water service fee increases until it gets more input from the public. more »»

Mokulele Airlines has ‘big plans’ for Kahului Airport

April 9, 2014 Mokulele Airlines will be increasing the number of direct daily flights between Kahului and Honolulu International airports to a lucky 13 starting Friday and offering a special $49 one-way fare as... more »»

Researcher says Haleakala Trail historically public

April 9, 2014 WAILUKU — A trail researcher and professional historian Tuesday told jurors in a trial to determine ownership of the Haleakala Trail that the path was “obviously a public trail” in historic and more... more »»

OHA to hold Maui and Lanai meetings

April 9, 2014 The state Office of Hawaiian Affairs has scheduled six town hall meetings on Maui and Lanai for Hawaiians to learn how they are eligible to participate in a nation-building process, according to an... more »»

County on Your Corner event Saturday

April 9, 2014 A County on Your Corner with Mayor Alan Arakawa and members of his administration and County Council Member Don Couch will be held from noon to 2 p.m. more »»

One man inspires thousands

April 8, 2014 More than 4,000 people gathered at War Memorial Gym on Sunday evening for a free motivational speech by California resident Nick Vujicic. more »»

‘Incredible attempt’: Law or ballot next for initiative

April 8, 2014 WAILUKU — The Sustainable Hawaiian Agriculture for the Keiki and the Aina (SHAKA) Movement submitted more than 9,500 signatures Monday in support of a temporary ban on growing or testing genetically... more »»

Project VISION helping people to see importance of caring for themselves

April 8, 2014 A woman blind in one eye and living at a homeless shelter in Lahaina was able to get her sight and life back after a visit to the “bus. more »»

NOAA disentangles juvenile whale off Lahaina

April 8, 2014 A humpback whale was disentangled by a National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration team off Lahaina on Sunday. more »»

Heavy rain leads to brown water advisory posting

April 8, 2014 More than an inch of rain fell in Kahakuloa, at Puu Kukui atop the West Maui Mountains, in the mountains above Kawela on Molokai, and in Hana and Waikapu in the 24-hour period ending at 2:45 p. more »»

County/In Brief

April 8, 2014 HC&S to host open house on harvesting As the sugar cane harvesting season begins, Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. will hold an open house from 6 to 9 p.m. more »»

A great character

April 7, 2014 KAHULUI – Mason Aquino has endured broken homes, shuffled through foster care families and lived in a homeless shelter for two years. more »»

Committee supports measure that would up county’s TAT take

April 7, 2014 The state Senate Ways and Means Committee has recommended passage of a bill to give the counties a larger piece of pie from the state’s hotel room tax revenue. more »»

Work may mean another week of traffic delays

April 7, 2014 First and Second Photos: A Goodfellow Bros. crew works on Waiale Road on Friday morning. The work on a sewer line has reached the Waiale Road intersection at Kuikahi Drive-Maui Lani Parkway. more »»

DUI Sentences

April 7, 2014 The following sentences for driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor occurred during the period of March 25 to April 4. The listings include the offender’s name, age, residence and charge. more »»



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