The State House of Representatives approved $337.4 million in Capital Improvement Project funding for the fiscal years 2020 and 2021. The funding was announced after the House adjourned its 2019 session last week. CIPs are defined as renovations, repairs, and major maintenance to existing facilities, landscape improvements, new construction, land acquisition, and utility … [Read more...] about Maui County Receives Millions From State for Capital Improvements
Eh brah: You were driving down Haleakala Highway when my friend wiped out while riding her bicycle. She was making a right turn near the polo field and she was thrown off the bike, which broke her arm. You didn’t cause her to crash, but you didn’t stop to help her, either. You just slowed down, looked at her lying on the road, and then drove off. Where was your aloha spirit? … [Read more...] about Eh Brah: Why didn’t you stop to help my wife?!
About 300 students went to the University of Hawaii at Hilo Performing Arts Center to see the Hawaii Supreme Court hear oral arguments in the case State of Hawaii v Thomas Russo on Thursday, Nov. 9. The oral arguments were heard as part of the Hawaii Judiciary's Courts in the Community program, and the case stems from MauiTime Publisher Tommy Russo's arrest back in 2012 while … [Read more...] about MauiTime Publisher pleased with Hawaii Supreme Court oral arguments in Hilo
This week the creaky but somehow still rolling miscarriage of justice known as The State of Hawaii v. Thomas A. Russo is going on the road–to the Big Island, to be exact. On Thursday, Nov. 9 at 10am, MauiTime Publisher Russo and his attorney Jake Lowenthal (he’s also represented by Phil Lowenthal and Samuel McRoberts) will face off against Maui County Deputy Prosecuting … [Read more...] about Hawaii Supreme Court to hear oral arguments this week in State v. Thomas A. Russo