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Officials dedicated Maui County’s first double-decker bus

March 21, 2013 Officials dedicated Maui County’s first double-decker bus on Wednesday, March 14. The double-decker can hold about 90 passengers, more than double that of the average bus. more »»

Downtown Kihei project receives environmental clearance

March 21, 2013 The Maui News - The $72 million Downtown Kihei project cleared its environmental review on Tuesday, March 12. more »»

Homeless man charged with Wailea bank robbery

March 21, 2013 A report from the Maui Police Department revealed bail was set at $20,000 for a homeless man who was charged with robbing the Wailea branch of First Hawaiian Bank on the morning of Thursday, March 14. more »»

House advances plans for Kihei High School

March 21, 2013 The House Finance Committee recently approved a state budget that includes $65,000,000 for a new high school in Kihei, according to a press release sent out by South Maui Rep. Kaniela In. more »»

County officials lobby to retain TAT

March 21, 2013 The Maui News - Maui County Mayor Alan Arakawa and County Council Chairwoman Gladys Baisa recently went to Honolulu to lobby to retain the counties’ share of transient accommodations taxes (TAT),... more »»

Counties risk losing revenue from public utility franchise tax

March 21, 2013 The Maui News - While the state’s four mayors and county councils worry about retaining transient accommodations tax revenue, the counties also face another threat-- the loss of half their current... more »»

Fire destroys Kihei condo

March 14, 2013 On the evening of Thursday, March 7, at about 9 p.m., Wailea, Kihei, Wailuku and Kahului fire units were dispatched to a structure fire at 2737 South Kihei Road. more »»

Fontaine elected to lead county GOP

March 14, 2013 Former South Maui Rep. George Fontaine was elected chairman of the Maui County Republican Party on Saturday, March 2, at the party’s county convention. more »»

Pi‘ilani closes for hours after fatal pedestrian accident

March 14, 2013 The Maui News - The several hours Pi‘ilani Highway was closed after a fatal pedestrian accident last week Monday during the after-work rush hour was to ensure a proper investigation, a Maui police... more »»

Close Encounter

March 14, 2013 Close encounter. Paulette Crowley, who was staying at the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort earlier this month, snapped this photo on the morning of March 2. more »»

Larry Ellison buys Island Air

March 7, 2013 Island Air closed the sale of the airline on Feb. 26 to a newly formed holding company owned by Lawrence J. Ellison. The sale secures the future of Island Air and its employees. more »»

Hemp bill clears hurdle in the House

March 7, 2013 The House Finance Committee has unanimously passed HB154 HD2, to establish an industrial hemp research pilot program. more »»

Toll-free numbers available for Lender Processing Services Inc. $120 million mortgage fraud judgment

March 7, 2013 The state department of Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs' (DCCA) Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) has announced that consumers affected by a multi-state settlement last month with... more »»

Debra Lordan returning to Maui

March 7, 2013 Debra Lordan, Maui Weekly editor/general manager, is pictured in a secure location preparing to cross an undisclosed international border. Lordan is expected to return to Maui shortly. more »»

Maui High School wins regional ocean science education competition

March 7, 2013 On Saturday, Feb. 23, Maui High School won the Aloha Bowl, a regional ocean science academic competition of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB). more »»

Governor Releases Funds for Maui Airport and Harbor Improvements

March 7, 2013 Gov. Neil Abercrombie has announced the release of funds for Maui airport and harbor improvement. more »»

Labeling of genetically engineered fresh produce passes house committee

February 28, 2013 In front of a crowded gallery, consumers and distributors exchanged extremely emotional testimony at the Consumer Protection Committee hearing on House Bill 174, which requires the labeling of... more »»

High winds blow through islands

February 28, 2013 This week may have been the time to move from that house made out of straw--and into one made out of brick--as Maui experienced winds of 25-30 mph with gusts of up to 50 mph. more »»

Senate votes to abolish Public Land Development Corp.

February 28, 2013 Following a similar vote in the House of Representatives, the Hawai‘i Senate has voted to abolish the controversial Public Land Development Corp. The Senate repeal was passed unanimously. more »»

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard opposes sequestration budget cuts

February 28, 2013 Hawai‘i Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has issued a statement opposing federal sequestration budget cuts due to go into effect on March 1, if congress does not take action to stop them. more »»

 
 

 

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