Maui police today announced the promotion of Sergeants Scott Migita and Ryan Rodrigues to the rank of Lieutenant. Both promotions take effect on April 16, 2014.
Maui Police are seeking the public’s help with information relating to an attack reported in South Maui in which the victim was punched in the face and lost consciousness before his pants and vehicle were stolen, according to police.
Trina Shepherd, a volunteer from Maui, will be assisting in disaster mental health services and is scheduled to leave within the next couple of days, according to an organization press release.
The 27th Annual Hoʻomau, presented by Nā Leo Pūlama o Maui takes place this Saturday, March 29, 2014, from 9 a.m. to sunset at the Maui Nui Botanical Gardens in Central Maui.
The deadline to submit a nomination is 4:30 p.m. on Monday, March 31, 2014, with awards to be presented on Tuesday, May 6, at an awards luncheon.
Hawaiʻi gets an estimated $160 million in federal highway funds each year, which are used to fund large scale projects through 80% federal and 20% state funding, according to Tsutsui.
The Budget and Finance Committee will hold evening meetings throughout the county in April to receive community input on the fiscal year 2015 budget.
Coast Guard officials say the adult was in shock, and the three children sustained only minor injuries.
Robyn Honda of Makawao Elementary School, and Joe Yamamoto of Maunaloa Elementary on Molokaʻi are among 13 public school principals from across the state that are in the running.
The state Department of Health is sponsoring two training sessions on Maui for individuals interested in helping with suicide prevention and awareness efforts.
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