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Program to guide Native Hawaiians running for office this year

February 27, 2020 The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement is launching a program aimed at empowering Native Hawaiians seeking election to a state or county seat in 2020. more »»

Help provide truly affordable housing here in Lahaina

February 20, 2020 While Maui affordable housing projects are in the approval process, thousands of units are needed right now. more »»

Join the Lahainaluna PTSA

February 13, 2020 The Lahainaluna High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) aims to make a difference in the education, health and safety of our community’s children. more »»

Pascual is our Sportsperson of the Year

February 6, 2020 It is a story line that defines the rich immigrant history of the United States and, particularly, here in Hawaii. more »»

Provide feedback on your child’s school

January 30, 2020 How is your child’s public school performing? It’s the parents’ turn to issue grades. more »»

Be civically engaged in 2020

January 23, 2020 On the eve of the Opening Day of the Hawaii State Legislature last week Tuesday, groups held a rally at the State Capitol to raise awareness of the importance of civic engagement and census... more »»

Maui to remember Jan Dapitan

January 16, 2020 The Maui community recently lost one of its biggest environmental heroes in Janet “Jan” Miller Dapitan. Dapitan, 84, passed away on Dec. more »»

Public Access Room can help citizens navigate the legislature

January 9, 2020 The Hawaii State Legislature will convene on Jan. 15 and hit the ground running to meet the bill introduction cutoff of Jan. 23. more »»

Learn about area projects at WMTA Annual Meeting

January 2, 2020 For updates on West Side projects and what’s planned in 2020, attend the West Maui Taxpayers Association’s Annual Members’ Meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 8, at Lahaina Civic Center. more »»

Comment on the Maui 2019-22 Transportation Improvement Program

December 26, 2019 The Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization wants to hear from you on its latest draft of the Maui 2019-22 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). more »»

Community will miss Harold Kaniho

December 19, 2019 The legacy of the Kaniho family of Lahaina is woven deeply into the rich character of the West Side community. more »»

County making popular parks more accessible to ocean users on Sundays

December 12, 2019 The County of Maui last week announced a move that will make “Weekend Warrior” ocean enthusiasts pleased. more »»

Remember the hungry this holiday season

December 5, 2019 Maui Food Bank recently sent out an important reminder: Don’t forget your hungry neighbors in the holiday rush. more »»

New program can help county residents access health care

November 28, 2019 Are you uninsured or under-insured with health insurance enrollment? A new program can help Maui County residents. more »»

Help the homeless this holiday season

November 21, 2019 Lahaina’s Mauna Kahalawai Lions Club Branch is once again gearing up to help the less fortunate. more »»

Take The Coral Pledge

November 14, 2019 Prompted by this year’s coral bleaching event and threats to our fragile reefs, staff with the state Division of Aquatic Resources last week introduced The Coral Pledge. more »»

Lesley Pfeiffer will be remembered for her kindness

November 7, 2019 Those who knew her well — housekeepers, gardeners, medical service providers and most especially her family — all saw the kindness and aloha that permeated the spirit of Lesley Pfeiffer to the very... more »»

Vierra leaves a cultural legacy

October 31, 2019 He was a rising son of Lahaina who manifested the love and warmth of the West Side. more »»

Get involved in county government

October 24, 2019 Want to play an important role in Maui County without the expense and nonsense of running for office? Applicants are sought for 42 vacancies on Maui County boards, commissions, councils and... more »»

Mayor to discuss emergency planning with the West Maui community

October 18, 2019 West Maui experienced another massive brushfire on Oct. 2 that scorched thousands of acres and stranded residents and visitors on both sides of the Pali. more »»

Are we prepared for dangerous fires?

October 10, 2019 When you live or work in West Maui, you might get trapped. It’s just another cost of living in paradise, or so it seems. Today (Wednesday, Oct. more »»



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