Maui Ku‘ia Estate Chocolate Announces Kama‘āina Offerings

Maui Kuʻia Estate Chocolate Inc. has reopened with a sweet opportunity for Hawaiʻi residents. The chocolate company is offering kama’āina and their families deals for in-person tastings at its retail store in Lahaina.
July 02, 2020

Maui United Way “Live United” Campaign Raises Nearly $800,000

Maui United Way raised a total of nearly $800,000 this year which will go toward 31 health and human services programs in Maui County.
July 02, 2020

Mayor Victorino Calls Charter Amendments “Reckless”; Councilmember Calls Mayor’s Statements “Overly Dramatic”

Mayor Michael Victorino issued a statement last night, strongly opposing two proposed amendments by the County Council’s Governance, Ethics and Transparency Committee, calling the items "reckless." Meantime, council members defended their proposals with one member calling the Mayor's statements "overly dramatic."
July 01, 2020

Hawaii Interisland Travel and Health Form Now Available Online

The state's mandatory interisland travel and health form can now be submitted online within 24 hours of flight departure. State officials say this upgrade adds efficiency to the passenger verification process, helps save travelers time and allows information to enter the database in real-time. The form includes health and contact information needed to trace close contacts should a passenger become ill.
July 01, 2020

Hawaiian Airlines to Resume Most US Mainland Routes in August

Hawaiian Airlines today announced it will resume a reduced schedule between Hawaiʻi and most of its US mainland gateway cities on Aug. 1, when the state of Hawai‘i begins welcoming travelers who choose to participate in a pre-travel COVID-19 testing program being developed.
July 01, 2020

Expeditions Lāna‘i Ferry Updated COVID-19 Rules Limit Unescorted Freight

The Expeditions Lānaʻi Ferry announced updated COVID-19 rules and changes that take effect immediately, limiting the amount of unescorted freight that will be allowed on each trip from Lahaina and Lānaʻi.
June 30, 2020

MDX Hawai‘i Online Workshop Series to Highlight Navigating the Complexities of Medicare

Hawaiʻi residents who are turning 65 and be eligible for Medicare or people who are 65+ and about to retire or lose employer medical coverage, or anyone planning for early retirement and want to learn more about how Medicare works, what it covers, when to enroll and how to avoid late enrollment penalties can benefit from these exclusive “Medicare 101” workshops.
June 30, 2020

Moratorium on Disconnections for Nonpayment of Electric Bills Extended to Sept. 1

Hawaiian Electric will extend the moratorium on disconnections for nonpayment through Sept. 1, and urges customers who are having difficulty paying their bill to contact the company well before September to consider payment options.
June 29, 2020

Kaunoa Senior Services Continues Transportation, Meal Delivery

The Department of Housing and Human Concerns is reminding the public that Kaunoa Senior Services is continuing to provide Assisted Transportation and Home Delivered Meals services to eligible seniors, despite COVID-19.
June 29, 2020

County Water Quality Report Available Online

The Maui County Department of Water Supply announced the 2020 publication of the Annual Water Quality Report for results of testing compiled from Jan. 1, 2019, to Dec. 31, 2019.
June 29, 2020
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