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Reforms in county government on the way

November 8, 2015 Innovative reforms in county government are on the way, thanks to legislation being considered by the Maui County Council this month. more »»

The State of Aloha

November 6, 2015 Who should be in charge of running Maui County? This question was asked at a hearing on a resolution before a subcommittee of the Maui County Council and two answers emerged: the mayor or a county... more »»

Homeless situation must be addressed now; otherwise it will only get worse

November 6, 2015 On Oct. 30, The Maui News ran a story about my proposed plan to house the homeless community. It’s a multipronged approach that addresses immediate needs, as well as mid- and long-term solutions. more »»

Maui Nei

November 5, 2015 Finding a house to turn into a home has long been a problem for working Mauians. In 1900, The Maui News ran an editorial decrying the lack of housing in Wailuku. more »»

The chamber stands for small business

November 5, 2015 A small business itself, the Maui Chamber of Commerce has supported small businesses for over 100 years. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

November 4, 2015 The remnants of Halloween have been swept into the shadows, and you know what that means. more »»

Wonder blunder times 3.5

November 4, 2015 Gib Arnold, former basketball coach at the University of Hawaii, just hit the jackpot. more »»

Ask The Mayor

November 2, 2015 Q: Is there a schedule for the opening of Liloa Drive between Alanui Ke Alii and Keonekai Road. more »»

Forming advisory body on county manager mulled

November 1, 2015 Should the County of Maui consider the county manager form of governance? It’s a big question. more »»

Neighbors: Transforming Lives

October 30, 2015 You could call it a stroke of luck. Nine years ago, Paul Singer was the headmaster of a private school in Los Angeles, a position he’d held for nearly three decades. more »»

Maui Nei

October 29, 2015 In ancient times on the other side of the world, Halloween was a night of fear and wonder. more »»

We can all imagine if . . .

October 29, 2015 As we gear up for the coming county budget, legislative session and elections, people often ask about government and community issues affecting businesses. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

October 28, 2015 “Tears are the noble language of eyes.” — Robert Herrick (circa 1648) I’m fluent in that language. And lately, I’ve been downright chatty. more »»

10 million words and counting

October 28, 2015 OK, folks, you and I know that the tax system we have in this country is pretty complicated. more »»

Ask The Mayor

October 26, 2015 Q: Wondering if the many vehicles seen on Maui roads with the “Kingdom of Hawaii” license plates are legal? Many have no inspection decals and no visible means of identification other than the yello... more »»

Council supports planting plan, exceptional tree list

October 25, 2015 Did you know Maui County is the only municipality in Hawaii with a planting plan? The planting plan serves as a landscaping guide for the care, preservation, pruning, planting, removal and... more »»

Kokua Fund was designed to help people in immediate need

October 23, 2015 I’d like to thank Maui News City Editor Brian Perry for his intense research. The Sept. more »»

The State of Aloha

October 23, 2015 Lower Main Street in Wailuku is where you can find them. They have names like Club Starlight, Club Mimi, Seven Pools and Club Koa. more »»

Maui Nei

October 22, 2015 The most serious countdown of the year is underway. The most serious, if you are one of the many who enjoy using Halloween as an excuse to parade an alter ego down Front Street in Lahain. more »»

Minimum wage proposal dies

October 22, 2015 At the Oct. more »»



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