×
×
homepage logo

News

Foundation donates $250,000 to Maui Food Bank

KAPALUA — As a world-class sports event returned to Maui last week with the 2021 Sentry Tournament of Champions, the Sentry Insurance Foundation announced it donated $250,000 to the Maui Food Bank. The Maui Food Bank is the county’s primary safety net for hunger relief. It’s ...

Marty Dread: Hawaii’s Reggae Ambassador from Lahaina to the world

LAHAINA — Marty Dread, Hawaii’s Reggae Ambassador, singer, songwriter, guitar player and humanitarian, has produced numerous CDs and has performed at a variety of venues throughout the Hawaiian Islands and around the world. This year, 2021, marks 26 years since the release of Dread’s ...

Abilities Awareness Fair set for Jan. 22 via Zoom

WAILUKU — Maui Economic Opportunity’s Maui Independent Living Center program will host the second annual Abilities Awareness Fair on Friday, Jan. 22, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. The program will be held virtually via Zoom and can also be live-streamed via MEO’s Facebook page. The ...

Public invited to webinar on COVID-19 in Maui County

WAILUKU — In response to the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Maui County community, Maui County Councilmember Kelly Takaya King of South Maui will host a virtual town hall webinar on Monday, Jan. 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. All members of the Maui County community are invited and ...

Center serves the community through agriculture

LAHAINA — Amidst the dark shadow cast by the COVID-19 pandemic and the social divisions within the country, a bright new project here on the Valley Isle illuminates a brighter future for all. The Kuia Agricultural Educational Center, sponsored by Kamehameha Schools, launched its ...

New building signs installed at Lahainaluna High School

LAHAINA — The recently named science building, Hale ‘Epekema, and the administration building, now the H. Alton Rogers Building, received bronze signage thanks to a grant awarded to the Lahainaluna High School Archive Committee from the LHS Foundation. Through the leadership of ...

County responds to growing number of COVID-19 cases

WAILUKU — The Hawaii State Department of Health on Jan. 7 reported 56 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Maui County. Because the vast majority of cases are in households throughout all regions of Maui island, officials in the Maui District Health Office believe the spike stemmed from ...