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Program can help businesses thrive during the COVID-19 crisis

August 13, 2020 There are many loan and funding programs available to help businesses try to survive the escalating COVID-19 pandemic. more »»

Foundation and businesses working to promote historic Lahaina Town

August 6, 2020 With any meaningful level of tourism delayed until September at the earliest, what can be done to draw locals to Lahaina and improve business? Under the leadership of Lahaina Restoration Foundation... more »»

Help equip students for the new school year

July 30, 2020 We are just days away from the scheduled opening of the 2020-21 school year in the Lahaina Complex on Aug. 4. more »»

What will happen with fall sports?

July 23, 2020 As an integral part of the high rate of success of Lahainaluna High School sports for over two decades, Athletic Trainer and Assistant Athletic Director Jon Conrad has had an inside perspective of... more »»

Help explain the impact of COVID-19

July 16, 2020 Chambers of Commerce across the state and the University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization (UHERO) are partnering to conduct a survey to study the business impact of COVID-1. more »»

Register and vote from home

July 9, 2020 Are you registered to vote? If you want to vote from home, the deadline to register for the Aug. 8 Primary Election is Thursday, July 9, at 4:30 p.m. Simply visit elections.hawaii. more »»

Support the Computers for Kids Project

July 2, 2020 Princess Nahi’ena’ena Elementary is a Title I School, and many students do not have access to a computer in their homes. more »»

Learn ways to be ocean-friendly

June 25, 2020 How can we build some ocean-friendly activities into our current reality, in an unobtrusive way that respects everyone’s priorities and circumstances? Two West Maui environmental heroes, Tova... more »»

Put children first — Make sure West Maui’s third elementary school is built

June 18, 2020 Lahaina 3 has been on the West Side drawing board longer than the Lahaina Bypass. more »»

Campaign to help reduce cigarette litter

June 11, 2020 During the annual International Coastal Cleanup, cigarette butts and plastic pieces are among the most commonly found items along beaches and shorelines in Maui County and around the world. more »»

Support local businesses

June 4, 2020 The good news is Maui — and the whole state — did an outstanding job hunkering down and slowing the spread of COVID-19 here. more »»

Help Coral Reef Alliance protect West Maui’s reefs

May 28, 2020 Want to make a positive impact on the health of our reefs? You can do it home! The Coral Reef Alliance is launching a project in which volunteers can get their hands dirty, learn about native... more »»

An inspiring story of courage

May 21, 2020 Amid the angst and heartbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are countless examples of courage and self-sacrifice that serve to buoy our spirits in these darkest hours of our lives. more »»

West Maui community loses Scott Fleck

May 14, 2020 He was a man dedicated to his faith and his family who channeled this love into a deep relationship with the ocean waters surrounding his island home of Maui. more »»

Families need extra support during the COVID-19 pandemic

May 7, 2020 Child and family support organizations report that many parents are overwhelmed with the financial and emotional stress of the COVID-19 emergenc. more »»

Lawmakers: Apply for state support programs

April 30, 2020 Maui legislators encourage residents to make use of state support programs during the COVID-19 crisi. more »»

Donations sought to help people in need

April 23, 2020 The Salvation Army of Maui County, working in conjunction with Maui Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, is collecting donations to be distributed to partner agencies for COVID-19 response to... more »»

Maui small businesses should seek help

April 16, 2020 It is inspiring to see Maui’s response to this awful COVID-19 pandemic. We truly are a great community of caring peopl. more »»

Take health guidelines seriously

April 9, 2020 Maui may have an advantage in minimizing the spread of the highly infectious COVID-19 virus. Our island is rural and not densely populated. more »»

Let’s be vigilant and smart

April 2, 2020 Some of us old people are self-isolating. Some of us are more Corona-vulnerable than others. Here are some Corona-suggestions to make us more Corona-safe and happ. more »»

Lahaina community loses Doug Shue

March 24, 2020 Beloved Lahaina community personality Doug Shue passed away peacefully at home on Feb. 8 at the age of 83. more »»



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