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Five Dads Honored with Grand Wailea Trip from Hilton and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network

Just in time for Father’s Day, five deserving dads and their families will be enjoying an all-expense-paid trip to the Grand Wailea, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, provided by Hilton and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

Maui Mayor Supports Renaming Airport Access Road in Honor of Elmer F. Cravalho

Mayor Michael Victorino today urged Governor David Ige to sign a bill to rename the Kahului Airport Access Road in honor of the late former Maui County Mayor Elmer F. Cravalho.

Amended Maui Emergency Rules: Expanded Outdoor Gatherings, Restaurant Hours

A new set of amended emergency rules for Maui County were announced today and they are backdated to an effective date of June 15, 2021.

200-Year-Old Window and Door Damaged During Break-In at Huliheʻe Palace

The state is pursuing emergency repairs following a break-in last month that resulted in damages to a historic door and window at Hulihe‘e Palace on Hawaiʻi Island.

2022 Special Olympics USA Games: Team Hui ‘o Hawai‘i Preview

Sixteen athletes and four partners from across Hawaiʻi are gearing up to represent the Aloha State at the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games. “Our athletes have patiently waited for the chance to compete in-person for more than a year and we are excited to have them not only showcase their skills, but our state of […]

June 18, 2021 COVID-19 Update: 44 Cases; 3 Deaths

The confirmed and probable cases included: sixteen on O‘ahu; nine on Hawai‘i Island; 15 on Maui; one on Kaua‘i; and three in Hawai‘i residents diagnosed while out of state.

Hawaiian Airlines to Resume Tahiti Service, Aug. 7

Hawaiian Airlines resumes its service to Tahiti on Aug. 7, 2021. The announcement comes following the launch of a pre-travel testing program between Hawaiʻi and French Polynesia.

Maui Motorcyclist Succumbs to Injuries Sustained in Crash Earlier this Month

A Maui man has since succumbed to injuries he sustained in a motorcycle crash reported earlier this month on North Kīhei Road.

Hawaiʻi State Board of Education Appoints Interim DOE Superintendent

The Hawaiʻi State Board of Education today unanimously approved the appointment of Keith Hayashi as interim superintendent of the Hawaii State Department of Education.

Suspect at Kanahā Allegedly Points Firearm at Maui Enforcement Officer

Maui police are investigating an incident at Kanahā Beach Park in which a suspect allegedly pointed a firearm at a county parks enforcement officer Thursday evening.

53,000 Unemployed in Hawaiʻi, But State Chamber Dealing with Employee Shortages

The Chamber of Commerce Hawai‘i is working with Hawaiʻi’s educators, businesses and community leaders to address the workforce shortage problem, in alignment with the US Chamber of Commerce’s recently launched America Works Agenda.

KS Maui Graduate Accelerates Path to Higher Education with KS Digital

While the pandemic created stress and financial struggles for Pearl Bachiller’s family, the crisis also provided the Kamehameha Schools Maui senior with an unexpected opportunity.

Renovations Ongoing at Pukalani DMVL; Kiosk Opens at Pukalani Foodland

The Department of Finance’s Division of Motor Vehicle and Licensing reminds the public that its Pukalani office remains closed for renovations. A self-service kiosk opened at the Pukalani Foodland for motor vehicle registrations.

Habitat for Humanity Maui Completes Affordable Housing Project in Lahaina

Habitat for Humanity Maui’s current and upcoming projects include critical repairs and retrofits for struggling homeowners, new construction home builds for Hawaiian Home Lands lessees, and in the near future a new construction development in Hāna, Maui featuring 25 single family homes.

Polynesian Voyaging Society Launches Training Voyage To Papahānaumokuākea, Young Navigators To Be Tested

Themed “Navigating the Kupuna Islands,” the voyage will bring the canoes to Nihoa, Mokumanamana and Lalo (French Frigate Shoals) and will focus on the voyaging, cultural and ecological significance of these places.

28 Inmates from Hilo Transferred to O‘ahu to Alleviate Overcrowding

The Department of Public Safety transferred 28 inmates from the Hawaiʻi Community Correctional Center in Hilo on Hawaʻi Island to the Hālawa Correctional Facility and Women’s Community Correctional Center on Oʻahu, to help alleviate overcrowding at the Big Island jail.

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