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Air-conditioning units installed at public schools

November 22, 2015 More than 30 portable air-conditioning units have been installed at Maui County public schools this school year alone, in an immediate response to the public outcry over the excessive heat in public... more »»

Community steps up to cool down classrooms

November 22, 2015 As classrooms heated up at public schools earlier this school year, many clubs, church and community groups went to the aid of schools, especially in hot West Maui. more »»

County / In Brief

November 22, 2015 Man rescued from rip current in Hana A Hana firefighter rescued a 34-year-old man from Salt Lake City who had been caught in a rip current while bodyboarding Saturday morning at Hamoa Beach in Hana,... more »»

People weigh in on mayor’s plan

November 21, 2015 WAILUKU — Mayor Alan Arakawa’s homeless initiative that will provide temporary sanctuaries for people living on the streets and at the beach was called “amazing” by one homeless person at a health... more »»

Conflicting statements made during ride in car

November 21, 2015 WAILUKU — When he was arrested last year on a warrant charging him with murder in the death of a Molokai man, Jeffrey Kalani Davis said he was innocent of the crime, a police sergeant testified... more »»

Whale advisory group has vacancies to fill

November 21, 2015 Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary officials want to fill seven primary and 10 alternate seats on the sanctuary’s advisory council. more »»

Expect dry weather after islands soaked with rain

November 21, 2015 Federal scientists report Hawaii can expect dry weather and less wind this winter because of a powerful El Nino, but someone forgot to send the memo to all the rain that poured on Maui on Thursday... more »»

County to roll out updated bus plan

November 21, 2015 KAHULUI — Adding bus service between Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center and Kahului Airport every half hour, extending hours of service on popular routes and doubling the number of bus stops on Maui are all... more »»

County / In Brief

November 21, 2015 Mile-long lei planned for Paris Work on a mile-long lei of flower and ti leaves to be sent to Paris, which is recovering from a deadly terrorist attack earlier this month, will run from Sunday to... more »»

Man sought in connection with Wal-Mart robbery on Thursday

November 21, 2015 Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 23-year-old man sought in the investigation of a robbery of a woman Thursday night at Wal-Mart in Kahului. more »»

Crime Stoppers

November 21, 2015 Police seeking man who set fire to truck Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a male who set fire to a stolen pickup truck Saturday morning in the front parking lot of the Wailuku... more »»

Rockin’ a wall

November 20, 2015 We Rock, Stone Masonry rock finisher Sam Luuloa heaves a chunk of salvaged concrete slab into place while building the inner portion of a retaining wall below Makawao town Tuesday afternoo. more »»

Defense moves to keep statements out of murder trial

November 20, 2015 WAILUKU — In the hours before a Molokai man’s body was found on a dirt and gravel road last year, he had been “highly intoxicated” and walking back to the location of a party to get his backpack, th... more »»

Review of Olowalu town draft final EIS extended

November 20, 2015 Fifteen days were added Thursday to the state Land Use Commission’s deadline to take action on a draft final environmental impact statement for development of a 1,500-home Olowalu town in West Maui. more »»

Aloha, Paris: Maui group to attend climate conference

November 20, 2015 Five Hawaiian youth delegates from Maui will be joining nearly 200 world leaders in Paris on Monday — the site of last week’s terrorist attacks — for a United Nations conference on climate change. more »»

Settlement reached in First Amendment suit over Maui Fair dispute

November 20, 2015 A pastor and his wife who were passing out religious material on a sidewalk fronting the Maui Fair in 2013 and were ordered by police to leave have reached a settlement with Maui County in a federal... more »»

County / In Brief

November 20, 2015 Kula Shingon rummage sale is Saturday Kula Shingon Mission will hold its fall rummage sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. more »»

Makawao walkway makeover

November 19, 2015 American Concrete Systems masons Podge Rodrigues (foreground) and Diego Lopez work a concrete pour at The Shops at Makawao near the corner of Makawao and Baldwin avenues Tuesday mornin. more »»

Great Recession appears to recede, in Maui’s economic rear-view mirror

November 19, 2015 Maui County has fully recovered from the Great Recession and is breaking previous records in labor force, employment and job count, as well as generating three-quarters of a billion dollars’ worth o... more »»



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