Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Home RSS
 
 
 
Few Honua‘ula conditions met so far

June 6, 2013 The Maui News - While developers of the 670-acre Honua‘ula golf community have made efforts to meet a number of the 30 conditions set by the Maui County Council when the project’s zoning was approve... more »»

Maui County seeks PV firms to supply energy to county

May 30, 2013 Pacific Business News & Maui County Press Release - Maui County is looking for solar photovoltaic firms to install, operate, maintain and own solar PV systems, and then sell the energy generated to... more »»

Civil Defense agency releases updated tsunami evacuation maps

May 30, 2013 The Maui County Civil Defense Agency today announced that Maui County’s tsunami evacuation maps have recently been updated based on newly released scientific data, and urged all Maui County resident... more »»

Governor signs traffic safety measures

May 30, 2013 Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed two traffic safety measures--Senate Bill (SB) 4 and House Bill (HB) 980, relating to highway safety, into law last wee. more »»

Unscheduled cane fire burns five acres in Pa‘ia

May 23, 2013 The Maui News - An unscheduled and unauthorized sugar cane burn in Pa‘ia off Baldwin Avenue on Sunday, May 19, burned five acres with an estimated loss of $25,000 to Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. more »»

Brush fires disrupt traffic, close highway

May 23, 2013 Two brush fires along Mokulele Highway in South Maui on Thursday, May 16, led Maui police to shut down the highway for less than half-an-hour as fire crews quickly doused the flames, fire officials... more »»

Weekend rain sets, ties Kahului records

May 23, 2013 Rainfall records were set and tied at Kahului Airport on Saturday and Sunday, May 18 and 19, according to the National Weather Service. more »»

Some farmers fear competition with Oprah

May 23, 2013 The Maui News - As media mogul Oprah Winfrey goes public in her magazine about her thriving Upcountry organic farm, some Maui farmers expressed mixed feelings about her farm’s vision and whether the... more »»

Tea Party Maui targeted for IRS scrutiny

May 23, 2013 The Maui News - Tea Party Maui was among hundreds of groups targeted by the Internal Revenue Service for extra scrutiny when it applied for tax-exempt status in May 2010, said Bill Doyle, the group’... more »»

Upcountry-Kihei highway project slowly moving ahead

May 23, 2013 The Maui News - With the state Legislature approving $3. more »»

First Solar Eclipse of the Year

May 16, 2013 Hawai‘i was the only U.S. state to see the first solar eclipse of the yea. more »»

Maui Coast Guard adds new boat

May 16, 2013 The Coast Guard Station Maui launched its new medium-response boat last month at Ma‘alaea Harbor. The state-of-the-art boat is 45 feet long and runs on twin diesel engines with water jet propulsion. more »»

$294 million secured for CIP on Maui

May 16, 2013 A news release from the state House of Representatives reports that Maui legislators secured almost $300 million in Capital Improvement Project (CIP) funding for various projects across the island. more »»

County selects firm for Integrated Waste Conversion and Energy Project

May 16, 2013 Mayor Alan Arakawa announced recently the selection of Anaergia Services of Carlsbad, California, for Maui County’s Integrated Waste Conversion and Energy Project (IWCEP) out of a field of 20... more »»

Bill would make passengers in back buckle up

May 9, 2013 The Maui News - Supporters say state Senate’s passage of a bill requiring all back-seat passengers in vehicles to buckle up won’t cost motorists anything and could help reduce serious injuries and... more »»

Emergency vehicle OK’d for Ma‘alaea

May 9, 2013 The Maui News - A recently approved 24-hour, rapid response vehicle based in Ma‘alaea may help emergency medical technicians in West and South Maui districts cut response times significantly and... more »»

Mayor’s budget aims to prepare for better future

May 9, 2013 The Maui News - Maui County Mayor Alan Arakawa said last week that the difference between his $574 million budget proposal and County Council Budget Committee Chairman Mike White’s $551 million... more »»

Over 1,000 tickets given to ‘distracted drivers’

May 9, 2013 The Maui News - As part of a statewide crackdown on distracted driving, Maui police officers gave out more than 1,000 citations to drivers using cellphones last month--nearly doubling the total for... more »»

Unexploded ordnance found in cane field

May 9, 2013 Maui Police say an unexploded bomb likely left over from World War II was found in a sugar cane field off Mokulele Highway last week. more »»

Maui’s air quality nets ‘A’ as best in state

May 2, 2013 Maui received an “A” grade for air quality--the best in the state--in an American Lung Association (ALA) national repor. more »»

 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web