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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 »»

$130 million approved for Kihei High School

May 2, 2013 The Maui News - The state legislative conference committee, consisting of key members from the state Senate and House agreed last week Tuesday on a $23. more »»

Golfer shot at country club; suspect arrested

April 25, 2013 The Maui News - When shots were fired at a half-dozen golfers on Sunday afternoon at Maui Country Club, they charged their assailant armed with golf clubs. more »»

Hawai‘i teachers ratify new four-year contract

April 25, 2013 Last week, members of the Hawai‘i State Teachers Association (HSTA) voted to ratify a new four-year contract, stated an HSTA press release. more »»

PLDC abolished

April 25, 2013 The state House of Representatives on Monday, April 15, unanimously passed HB1133, SD2 that repeals the Public Land Development Corporation (PLDC). more »»

Maui Time publisher sues, alleges assault

April 25, 2013 The Maui News - The publisher of an alternative weekly newspaper is suing Maui County, alleging he was harassed, assaulted and falsely arrested while filming Duane “Dog” Chapman for a story in 20. more »»

A vehicle fire

April 18, 2013 A vehicle fire on South Kihei Road by the Maui Sunset was photographed at 2:35 p.m. on Friday, April 12, by Greg Kaufman. “There was massive heat coming off of it,” said Kaufman. more »»

Health department says cane burning closely monitored

April 18, 2013 The Maui News - In response to public concern over cane burning, the state Department of Health recently revised its agricultural burn permit requirements to provide more clarity and enforceability... more »»

Kihei Police station and county office projects move forward

April 18, 2013 The Maui News - The Maui County Council pushed forward two major county projects earlier this month by approving $. more »»

Maui Bus shelters damaged

April 11, 2013 The County of Maui asks that the public treat the island’s new Maui Bus shelters with care. Two shelters in Kihei were vandalized last month, causing about $1,000 in damage. more »»

Maui dancer wins Miss Aloha Hula title

April 11, 2013 The Maui News - Manalani English of Kula’s Halau Na Lei Kaumaka O Uka won the Miss Aloha Hula title on Thursday, April 4, at the Merrie Monarch Festival in Hilo. more »»

Beaches reopen after West Maui shark attack

April 11, 2013 The Maui News - Ocean safety officials reopened waters off Ka‘anapali at noon on Wednesday, April 4, after the area was ordered off-limits to swimmers and surfers because of a shark attack Tuesday... more »»

Baby born on pali on April Fools’ Day

April 11, 2013 The Maui News - Tanalei was born in her parents’ car as it entered the Lahaina side of the pali on Monday, April Fools’ Day. more »»

Mayor dispels rumors about residential recycling

April 4, 2013 Mayor Alan Arakawa announced last week that due to the amount of confusion and concern that has been expressed regarding the status of county-funded residential drop-box recycling sites, there will... more »»

First phase of Lahaina Bypass Highway opens

April 4, 2013 The state Department of Transportation has announced the opening of the first phase of the Lahaina Bypass Highway and Kahoma Stream Bridg. more »»

‘Turtle team’ helps rescue hooked creature

March 28, 2013 The Maui News - A self-described “turtle team” captured a turtle at sea--with the guidance of state officials--and removed a large fishing hook from the animal’s fin off Po‘olenalena Beach in Makena... more »»

County gun registrations spike in 2012

March 28, 2013 The Maui News - The total number of registered firearms in Maui County jumped nearly 50 percent to a record 6,791 firearms in 2012, according to a state attorney general’s report. more »»

Farmers, ranchers receive moths, larvae for fireweed

March 28, 2013 The Maui News - Maui farmers and ranchers recently converged on Haleakala Ranch, where they received more than 2,500 Madagascan fireweed moths and larvae that they hope will rid their pastures of a... more »»

Maui’s North Shore eyed for adding to parks system

March 28, 2013 The Maui News - Maui’s northern coast would be one of three Hawai‘i areas studied as possibly being nationally significant sites to include in the National Park System, under the first bill formally... more »»

 
 
 

 

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