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Friday Night is Art Night returns to Lahaina on September 4th

LAHAINA - The popular Friday Night is Art Night event returns to Lahaina on Sept. 4 with updated protections, including social distancing and face masks.Galleries will be participating from 5 to 8 p.m. with limited capacity based on social distancing.The current list of participating galleries ...

Imua Family Services launches Ready4K

KAHULUI - People are talking a lot about children these days. There's been talk about our keiki missing out on school, the many ways in which they can fall behind and the challenges of remote and distance learning.Frustrated parents have repeatedly lamented the hardships of working at home with ...

Candle Lit Tours and new outdoor exhibits coming to the Baldwin Home Museum

LAHAINA - Come take a step back into Lahaina's past as Candle Lit Tours return to the Baldwin Home Museum in Lahaina starting Friday, Sept. 4, from 5 to 8 p.m., alongside a new, free Pioneer Mill era sports exhibit.The tours and exhibits will be held weekly in conjunction with "Friday Night is ...

Focus group participants sought for a more inclusive road safety action plan

WAILUKU - The Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization's Vision Zero Maui team is looking for focus group participants that are currently underrepresented in its data collection to complete a lineup of road safety ambassadors sharing their experiences and comments on how to keep our Maui roads ...

Rotary Club of Lahaina donates $650 to Sacred Hearts School

LAHAINA - Sacred Hearts School recently received a $650 cash donation from the Rotary Club of Lahaina. This award was presented by Joe Park, club president, to Tonata Lolesio, Sacred Hearts School's newly appointed principal.Lolesio graduated from Lahainaluna High School in 1994, receiving a ...

Lahaina tenants welcome federal court decision preserving low-income housing

LAHAINA - Tenants of the Front Street Apartments low-income housing project welcomed a federal court decision last week that ensures that the project will stay affordable until 2051.The 40-page decision by Hawaii Federal District Court Judge Jill Otake rejected an attempt by the project ...