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Glad to see the council’s new order

November 15, 2018 We are all relieved that the midterms are over. It’s been a brutal year, with our tweeter-in-chief setting the tone all year long, every day, 24/7, like a chorus of 1,000 off-key coqui. more »»

Dine out and support Hospice Maui

November 8, 2018 On Tuesday, Nov. 13, community members and Maui visitors are encouraged to come together, share ono meals and show their support for Hospice Maui’s compassionate care program. more »»

Show up and vote!

November 1, 2018 Despite some great match-ups — headlined by Gov. David Ige vs. Colleen Hanabusa in the Democratic Primary — the Maui County turnout for the Aug. 11 Primary Election was terrible. more »»

County welcomes input on Lower Road erosion

October 25, 2018 After decades of bombardment by winter swells — and recent flooding by Tropical Storm Olivia — there is serious shoreline erosion along Lower Honoapiilani Road at Kaopala Bay in Kahan. more »»

Help build affordable homes in Lahaina

October 18, 2018 AARP Hawaii is recruiting volunteers to help — one hammer and nail at a time — build affordable homes at the Habitat for Humanity Kahoma building site in Lahaina on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 8 a.. more »»

Help protect West Maui reefs

October 11, 2018 A volunteer project on Saturday, Oct. 13, will help reduce erosion and sediment reaching our coral reefs. more »»

Make sure you’re registered for the General Election

October 4, 2018 This is an important election year with an exciting race for mayor and all West Maui seats on the ballot. If you want to vote in the Nov. 6 General Election, you must be registered by Oct. 8. more »»

Walk raises awareness of the effects of domestic violence

September 27, 2018 Domestic violence is an ugly menace that most people don’t like to talk about. more »»

Event shines a light on orphan pets

September 20, 2018 An event on Thursday, Sept. more »»

Help clean Lahaina Town

September 13, 2018 A small army of volunteers is needed for the 14th annual Lahaina Town Clean Up on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 8 a.m. to noon. Volunteers of all ages will gather at Kamehameha Iki Park at 8 a.m. more »»

Help Lahaina families who lost everything

September 6, 2018 Maui’s response to the devastating Lahaina brushfire on Aug. 24 has been incredible and inspirin. more »»

Participate in Lahainaluna High School’s Open House

August 30, 2018 “I firmly believe that the success of a student revolves around a positive working relationship among the student, the teacher and the parent,” said Lahainaluna High School Teacher CJ Ancheta. more »»

Groups seek solutions to keep sediment out of the ocean

August 23, 2018 West Maui is lucky to have a variety of agencies monitoring the health of near-shore waters and working to keep runoff and pollutants out of the ocean. more »»

Stop the constant hawking on Front Street’s sidewalks

August 16, 2018 A 2015 Lahaina Restoration Foundation guide to help Front Street merchants design signs suitable for the prestigious Historic Districts states: “For any commercial district to maintain its viability... more »»

Correct access issues during the Kaanapali Beach Restoration project

August 9, 2018 In 1970, the Office of Environmental Quality Control was established “to help stimulate, expand and coordinate efforts to determine and maintain the optimum quality of the environment of the State... more »»

Army Corps should hold hearing on new Lahaina Harbor ferry pier

August 2, 2018 Assisted by the Surfrider Foundation-Maui Chapter, some 2,000 Maui surfers have asked the U.S. more »»

Small army of volunteers needed for Maui County Tropic Care 2018

July 26, 2018 Maui residents will have a rare opportunity to take advantage of free medical care during Maui County Tropic Care 2018 on Aug. 11-19. more »»

Rotarians helping keiki at remote Hana School

July 19, 2018 According to Joanne Laird, past president of the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunset, “The children out at Hana School are often forgotten when community service organizations host school supplies drive. more »»

Donate teddy bears for children experiencing tough times

July 12, 2018 Aloha Independent Living Hawaii’s Maui staff recently kicked off a Teddy Bear Drive to collect any and all types of new and gently used stuffed animals and doll. more »»

The tradition continues at Hanakao‘o Beach Park

July 5, 2018 “I so admire the Lahaina community for their support of youth athletics here, not only for paddling, but for all sports — football, wrestling, basketbal. more »»

 
 

 

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