Five individuals have been identified as finalists being considered to fill the upcoming vacancy being created by University of Hawai‘i Maui College Chancellor Clyde Sakamoto, who plans to retire at the end of October after 41 years of service.
Maui Family Support Service, Inc. will receive a $2.1 million, three year grant from the Native Hawaiian Education Program. It is one of 24 grant recipients included in a larger appropriation for programs and institutions of higher education that serve Native Hawaiian communities.
VIP Cash n’ Carry in Kahului is re-branding itself after 28 years in business to Island Grocery Depot. The company also announced the addition of a second location, with plans to expand to Lahaina in the Spring of 2015.
Huber Pools was featured at the top of the Pacific Business News’ “Hawaiʻi’s Fastest 50” list in 2007, when it reported revenue growth of 1667%. It has gone on to place in the competition an additional five times over it’s eight years of eligibility.
The County of Maui announced it has received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada for its annual financial report.