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BLNR looks to pass new boating rule

July 26, 2012 Should boat operators be required to complete a boating safety course to operate a power-driven vessel in state waters? Factoring recent accidents and vessel groundings, the Hawaii Board of Land an... more »»

Does litter bug you?

July 19, 2012 Tired of seeing trash at your favorite beach or around your neighborhood? If litter bugs you, do something about it on Saturday, July 2. more »»

Learn about Maui heroes

July 12, 2012 An event on Saturday, July 14, will pay tribute to the Nisei Veterans (Americans of Japanese ancestry) who courageously fought to protect our freedoms during World War II. more »»

Help prepare Maui students for the new school year

July 5, 2012 With the start of the 2012-13 school year nearing, some parents can’t afford to buy school supplies for their childre. more »»

Community loses Olivia Bianco

June 25, 2012 West Maui has lost its little princess. Olivia Bianco passed away early on Wednesday morning, June 20. more »»

Make My Day Hawaii helps promote the arts

June 21, 2012 Based in Lahaina, the nonprofit Make My Day Hawaii Foundation’s mission is to “Save the Arts and Music in Hawaii. more »»

Community loses Willy Casco

June 14, 2012 A most definitive — and important — characteristic of the collective personality of the village of Lahaina is that the people of this West Side community truly care about one another. more »»

Make a donation to help ‘Save Our Sina’

June 7, 2012 The West Maui community has been rallying in recent weeks to “Save Our Sina.” Anamaria “Sina” Sulunga, 11, of Napilihau recently found out she needs a kidney transplant. more »»

Drive with aloha

May 31, 2012 Congratulations and a heartfelt mahalo go out to all those who contributed to the organization and promotion of Project Graduation — the alcohol-, drug- and tobacco-free, all-night party for high... more »»

Honor our soldiers on Memorial Day

May 24, 2012 “It doesn’t take a hero to order men into battle. It takes a hero to be one of those men who goes into battl. more »»

Commentary

May 17, 2012 It was indeed a pleasure for me to be in the audience of two important events at Lahainaluna High School last month: the National Honor Society induction ceremony and as a panelist reviewing senior... more »»

Kupuna working to improve ocean safety

May 10, 2012 The Lahaina community was shocked and hit hard by the loss of Uncle Billy Gonzales last year. On Dec. more »»

Hula Grill to hold fund-raiser for critically injured employee

May 3, 2012 In November 2011, Hula Grill Kaanapali bartenders rallied to support a good friend’s mother: 70-year-old Mary Davy of Hilo, the victim of a violent attack and burglary in her home. more »»

Sacred Hearts School planning its anniversary

April 26, 2012 Like Lahainaluna High School up the hill, generations of West Side residents can trace their roots to Sacred Hearts Schoo. more »»

Safely dispose of old prescription drugs

April 19, 2012 The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and state agencies are again warning Maui residents about a danger present in many homes. more »»

Will Social Security be there when you retire?

April 12, 2012 AARP Hawaii is taking the debate about the future of Medicare and Social Security from Washington to Maui, so residents can have a voice. more »»

Don’t let ‘Digital Tattoos’ come back to bite you

April 5, 2012 At work and home, the Internet is now part of daily life. Emerging technologies like Web 2.0 and social networking sites are altering the ways we communicate and changing our ideas of privac. more »»

Volunteers help keep Maui’s reefs clean

March 29, 2012 Blue‘aina, a group of Maui volunteers comprised of both tourists and locals, sets out each month to conduct reef and beach clean-up. more »»

Maui community helping baby with rare disease

March 22, 2012 Set to go on a family trip to Thailand in February, Maui parents Jarrett and Chelsea Ingram received some devastating news. more »»

Become an advocate for abused and neglected children

March 15, 2012 The Friends of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)-Hawaii seeks volunteers to be trained as advocates for abused and neglected children in the Hawaii Family Court system. more »»

 
 

 

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