A bill to reallocate funding for repairs to the Kalakupua Playground at the Fourth Marine Division Park in Haʻikū will be considered at the Budget and Finance Committee meeting on Tuesday, March 11.
A resolution urging the county administration to adopt a unified definition of agriculture and a single process to verify a property’s use, will surface for discussion on Tuesday, March 11, 2014.
The recent efforts are part of an awareness campaign to help support legislation for tobacco-free beaches and parks, introduced by Council Member Don Guzman last month.
Maui police today re-classified the missing person case involving Carly “Charli” Scott as a homicide investigation.
Two women and a toddler are safe after becoming lost and spending the night in Kailua at the location ofter referred to as the “Bamboo Forest.”
Once again, Friday has rolled around, bringing with it Brazilian world music, humorist David Sedaris, and a free screening of the film “Despicable Me.”
Governor Neil Abercrombie today announced the release of $950,000 in capital improvement grant funds to Easter Seals Hawaiʻi for the completion of its Maui Campus in Kahului.
The hearing comes after years of legal wrangling over water rights and the health of the streams and involves a petition to amend interim instream flow standards.
The report states that the cause of death for the three individuals that died in the incident has not been determined pending a coroner’s physicians report.
Special Response Team officers with the Maui Police Department and a Maui Fire Department helicopter returned to the area of Nuaʻailua Bay today where previous evidence had been recovered in a case involving missing Carly “Charli” Scott.
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