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April 19, 2020

Photo Gallery: Maui’s Vibrant Destinations Turn Into Desolate Spaces

Exactly four weeks ago, Mayor Michael Victorino announced a stay-at-home order for the county of Maui due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the next few weeks, Maui’s visitor arrivals have exponentially decreased. Its popular destinations turned silent and empty. For one week in April, MauiNow’s Gaylord Paul Garcia photographed the current state at some of... Read more »
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June 01, 2016

8 Maui Ecotour Companies Get Seal of Approval

The Hawaiʻi Ecotourism Association has expanded their Sustainable Tour Certification Program. There are now 8 Maui businesses with the Seal of Approval.
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March 17, 2014

HYSA Offering E-Course on Valley Isle, April 4-6

Hawaii Youth Soccer Association is offering E-Course here on Maui, an entry level course for all competitive coaches for U13 and above.
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March 02, 2010

Sting Operation: Stop the Little Fire Ant!

The county is hoping to raise public awareness about an invasive species by placing informational posters on all Maui Buses.  The Little Fire Ant Working Group was formed by Maui Mayor Charmaine Tavares last fall, following the discovery of the stinging ants on the Valley Isle. “The goal is to spread this information faster than... Read more »
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February 25, 2010

Briefing on Planned Cuts at Human Services Dept on Maui

By Wendy Osher The legislative Committee on Human Services will hold an informational briefing on Maui Thursday afternoon (February 25, 2010) to discuss planned cuts at the State Department of Human Services. Under the Plan, the State’s Eligibility Processing Operations Division would consolidate facilities in Honolulu and Hilo, where the greatest number of workers are... Read more »
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January 27, 2010

Kihei Man Suffers Fatal injuries in Haleakala Highway Crash

A second traffic accident in as many days claimed the life of a Maui resident.  The latest accident was reported shortly before noon today (Wednesday, January 27, 2010) on the Haleakala Highway. The accident occurred when a 1995 Dodge Neon four-door sedan traveling north on the highway lost control while negotiating a curve.  The vehicle... Read more »
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September 24, 2009

Maui Visitor Arrivals down 2.4%; Length Of Stay up 1.3%

Total visitor arrivals in August 2009 were virtually unchanged from the same time last year according to statistics released today by the Hawaii Tourism Authority.  Oahu fared the best with a 1.6 % increase in total arrivals; but total visitations decreased for Hawai’i island (-8%), Kaua’i (-5.2%) and Maui (-2.4%) in August 2009. Here on... Read more »
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May 21, 2009

MAUI’S ISLAND MUSIC STATION, NATIVE 92.5 UNVEILS STAFF OF 5 FRESH FACES

Pacific Radio Group’s newest station, Native 92.5, Maui’s Island Music Station, unveils a fresh five-person lineup. Longtime radio personality Kawika “KawikaVeeka” Duey takes on a dual duty as the station’s Program Director and morning man.  As the veteran voice of the station, KawikaVeeka builds upon his 10 years of experience in the local radio industry. ... Read more »
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April 07, 2009

MEDIAN MAUI HOME PRICE DROPS TO $504,000

March home sales on Maui were up from the month before as prices continue to drop on the Valley Isle. There were a total 52 homes sold in Maui County in March-that’s up from the 31 homes sold in February, but down from the 95 homes sold at the same time last year. The median... Read more »
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February 02, 2009

MAUI ROADWORK FOR FEB 2-6, 2009

(By Wendy OSHER © 2009) OVERVIEW OF MAUI ROAD PROJECTS: On the roads, several projects continue across the Valley Isle this week. Upcountry, concrete overlay work continues on the Haleakala Highway resulting in a single lane uphill closure and an afternoon contraflow for downhill motorists. In South and West Maui, fiber optic cable installations will... Read more »
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January 29, 2009

MAUI INCLUDED IN $240 MILLION “RECREATIONAL RENAISSANCE” PLAN

By Wendy OSHER © 2009 Photo of Lahaina Lighthouse by Wendy Osher Graphic image of Recreational Renaissance courtesy: Hawaii DLNR A list of 39 Maui County projects including long awaited repairs of the small boat ramp at Maliko Gulch, are included in a $240 million Recreational Renaissance Plan unveiled by the state today. The Maui... Read more »
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