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Souki names House leaders

December 13, 2012 The Maui News - With a growing number of legislators supporting his bid for speaker of the Hawai‘i House, Maui state Rep. Joe Souki has announced two leadership appointments. more »»

Central Maui schools reaching saturation point

December 6, 2012 The Maui News - Public school enrollment in Maui County grew by 1. more »»

Solar telescope leaps another hurdle to top of Haleakala

December 6, 2012 The Maui News - The state Board of Land and Natural Resources has reaffirmed its approval of a key permit for a controversial solar telescope to be built atop Haleakala, essentially giving the... more »»

Governor puts PLDC on hold

December 6, 2012 Gov. Neil Abercrombie recently asked the Public Land Development Corp. (PLDC) to put off any action on pending rules while the state fully considers and addresses public concerns about the agency. more »»

Power restored after outage

December 6, 2012 Power to Maui Electric Co. customers in Wailea and parts of Kihei was restored Saturday afternoon, Nov. 24, after an outage of nearly two hours. more »»

Maui teachers wave signs for contract

December 6, 2012 The Maui News - Maui teachers around the island waved signs near their schools on Tuesday, Nov. 27, in a message to Gov. Neil Abercrombie about their ongoing lack of a contract. more »»

Ing receives strong committee appointments

December 6, 2012 Freshman state Re. more »»

New bus stops going up around isle

November 29, 2012 A small solar panel was installed on the roof of a new aluminum Maui County bus stop on South Kihei Road near the intersection with Ohukai Road recently. more »»

Council hears testimony on Olowalu Town Project

November 29, 2012 The Maui News - Maui County Council members heard testimony opposing the Maui Island Plan on Tuesday, Nov. 14, a prelude of battles to be fought later. more »»

Management plan for ‘Ahihi-Kina‘u approved

November 29, 2012 The Maui News - The state is bringing back a popular volunteer program in which people help educate visitors and residents about South Maui’s fragile and almost pristine ‘Ahihi-Kina‘u Natural Area... more »»

Community planner Chris Hart dies

November 22, 2012 The Maui News - Landscape architect and planner Chris Hart died early Monday, Nov. 12, at age 71. The 2010 mayoral candidate formerly headed two Maui County departments. more »»

Maui County Council organizes leadership for next term

November 22, 2012 The Maui News - Less than a week after the general election, Maui County Council members organized their leadership for the 2013-14 term, choosing Gladys Coelho Baisa as chairwoman and Bob Carroll a... more »»

South Maui crews respond to intentionally set vehicle fires

November 22, 2012 Three vehicles were intentionally set on fire in a span of five hours from late Sunday, Nov. 11, into the next morning in the Kihei and Wailea areas, fire officials said. No injuries were reported. more »»

Ing wins state House seat for South Maui

November 15, 2012 The Maui News - Maui Democrat Kaniela Ing unseated Republican incumbent George Fontaine to win the 11th District state House seat representing South Maui in the Tuesday, Nov. more »»

Maui’s state Democratic incumbents persevere

November 15, 2012 The Maui News - In other Maui legislative races, Democratic incumbents in contested races held on to their posts against Republican challengers. more »»

Maui County Council race results

November 15, 2012 The Maui News - In the closest Maui County Council race on Tuesday, Attorney Don Guzman defeated businessman Alan Fukuyama by 17 percentage points, 23,415 votes to 14,903, for the Kahului residency... more »»

Tsutsui re-elected president of state Senate

November 15, 2012 State Sen. Shan S. Tsutsui from Maui has been re-elected president of the state Senate. more »»

Halloween in Lahaina ‘well run’

November 8, 2012 The Maui News - The estimated 28,000 Halloween revelers in Lahaina Town Wednesday night, Oct. 31, did not cause major problems, said Maui police and county officials. more »»

Teachers protest governor’s ‘demeaning’ treatment

November 8, 2012 The Maui News - About 150 red T-shirt-clad Maui public school teachers joined others across the state on Oct. more »»

Xterra World Championships held day after tsunami scare

November 8, 2012 Triathlete Europe - The world’s best off-road triathletes--725 of them, including 65 pros--gathered on Maui’s northwest shore on Sunday, Oct. 28, for the Xterra World Championship that included a 1. more »»



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