Around 700 gallons of diesel fuel were spilled at the Maui Space Surveillance Complex on the summit of Haleakala on the night of Jan. 29
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Work is being conducted at Mākena State Park to remove fallen trees and branches. The Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Division of State Parks (DSP) will therefore close sections of the popular South Maui area
In 2010, a unique virus was detected in a Longman’s beaked whale stranded at Hamoa beach in Hana. The disease, dubbed beaked whale circovirus (BWCV), has since been detected in ten different whale and dolphin species across the Pacific
Maui County schools will receive an additional $7.4 million in federal funding in 2023-24 under Title I Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, which aims to assist at-risk children and those living in low-income families
Maui hasn’t had to deal with the coconut rhinoceros beetle…yet. But the invasive and destructive insect is spreading on O’ahu, which means it’s nipping at our shores.
In 2011, I wrote a story for MauiTimes’ predecessor publication, MauiTime, about a Maui-based theoretical physicist named Garrett Lisi who thought he may have discovered the shape of the universe. He came to it, in a moment of inspiration
More than 360 acres of land in Hoʻolehua and Pālāʻau on Molokai formerly leased to the U.S. Navy was returned to the state Department of Hawaiian Homelands (DHHL) after the lease expired on Dec. 31.
The ocean is a source of joy for locals and visitors alike: for surfers, kiters, snorkelers, fisherman, paddle boarders, whale watchers, and countless others. Our streams and waterfalls are world-famous sources of tranquility and beauty. This special issue is dedicated to wai, H20, the source of life.