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Residential Rentals Scarce, Commercial Space Gluts

June 3, 2014 Are you an employed single person or perhaps a family looking for a place to live? And have you found that even though you work, have a decent credit score, local references and don’t do drugs or... more »»

Joe Kent: Reluctant Politician

June 3, 2014 Joe Kent is not exactly a household name, but that may change. He is a Libertarian candidate running against Tulsi Gabbard (D) for the Second Congressional District seat in the U.S. House. more »»

Maui’s Antiquated Water & Waste Systems Don’t Meet Today’s Needs

May 27, 2014 At the Kihei Community Association (KCA) meeting on Tuesday, May 20, state Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) Deputy Director William M. more »»

TEDx Youth at Seabury Hall: ‘Imagining a Better Tomorrow’

May 27, 2014 The first-ever TEDx Youth event on Maui took place at Sea-bury’s Hall’s A‘ali‘ikuhonua Creative Center on Sunday, April . more »»

SHAKA Movement: Criticism is ‘Wholly Unjustified and Untrue'

May 22, 2014 On Monday, May 12, news Website Honolulu Civil Beat published an article that drew public, county and state scrutiny about SHAKA Movement’s efforts to gather signatures for a temporary moratorium on... more »»

Hokule‘a a & Hikianalia Visit Maui

May 22, 2014 After six years of prepartation, the Hokule‘a and sister ship Hikianalia visited Lahaina on Sunday, May 18. more »»

Sign Wavers Sought for Mental Health Awareness Event

May 22, 2014 In celebration of Mental Health Month, Kuleana Connections, sponsored by the Ho‘omoana Foundation, invites participants to join in a “Sign Waving for Mental Health” event on Ka‘ahumanu Avenue in... more »»

Speaker Souki Reviews 2014 Legislative Session

May 20, 2014 Joseph Souki, Maui’s 16-term member of the State House Representatives, is the longest-serving person in the Maui political landscape. more »»

Independent Scientist vs. Chemical Giant

May 20, 2014 University of California Berkeley Professor of Integrative Biology Dr. Tyrone Hayes presented “Silencing the Independent Scientist” at 6:30 p.. more »»

MAUIWatch Claims Free-Speech Victory

May 15, 2014 The federal lawsuit alleging Maui County’s unconstitutional interference with plaintiff Neldon Mamuad’s prominent “MAUIWatch” Facebook feed has been settled, according to an American Civil Liberties... more »»

Maui Autism Center Foundation Presents Heroism Awards

May 15, 2014 The Maui Autism Center Foundation in Kihei presented awards on April 30 to Mayor Alan Arakawa, the Maui Police Department (MPD) and President Barack Obama, and First Lady Michelle Obama for their... more »»

HC&S Launches Community Initiative Fund on Maui

May 15, 2014 Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company (HC&S) furthered its commitment to its home island of Maui with the launch of the HC&S Community Initiative, a $100,000 fund to support Maui-based projects and... more »»

To ‘D’ or not to ‘D’: That is the Question?

May 13, 2014 Looks like labeling may be an issue not just in food packaging, but also in local politics. more »»

Maui Democrats Turn Out for County Convention and Lu‘au

May 13, 2014 Maui County Democrats were out in force for the party’s county convention held at Pu‘u Kukui Elementary School in Wailuku on the afternoon of Saturday, May 3. more »»

Republicans Host Saiki and Aiona at Recent County Convention and Rally

May 13, 2014 The Maui County Republican Committee hosted its 2014 county convention and “Conservative Candidate Rally” on Saturday, May 3, at the University of Hawai‘i Maui College. more »»

Maui’s First Maui Small Business Week to be Held in Makena

May 8, 2014 The inaugural Maui Small Business Week (SBW) will takes place Monday to Friday, May 12 through 16, at the Makena Beach and Golf Resort. more »»

Aloha, Stella Blues Cafe!

May 6, 2014 ll the years combine, they melt into a dream” are the opening lyrics of the Grateful Dead track, “Stella Blue,” a favorite of the late, great businessman and music advocate, Ray Enni. more »»

Lokelani Intermediate School Pays It Forward

May 6, 2014 Peggy Temple, a teacher, curriculum coordinator and director of Rachel’s Challenge at Lokelani Intermediate School in Kihei, has inspired a culture of compassion among her students by having them... more »»

Mamuad Continues to Make Waves for Maui County

April 29, 2014 Many people thought the story of Neldon Mamuad and his First Amendment suit against the County of Maui was over when the County Council voted 6 to 1 on April 17 to authorize the settlement of his... more »»

Critical MPD Function Faces Continuing Staff Shortages

April 29, 2014 In a dimly lit room in the bowels of the Wailuku Police Station, five Maui Police Department (MPD) Emergency Service Dispatchers field an unending stream of incoming calls. more »»



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