A message from the publisher: Home delivery moving to mail
Beginning Monday, November 13, home delivery to Maui News subscribers will be via the United States Postal Service.
Subscribers will receive their paper the same day of publication with their daily mail. If you currently do not have a mailbox where you receive your newspaper, one will need to be installed.
Papers will still be available early mornings in news racks and at stores.
The paper will be delivered Monday through Saturday with Saturday’s edition becoming a new and expanded Weekend Edition, complete with all the features now found on Sunday. Those features include Community News, color comics, Channel Surfer TV listings, Pau Hana and expanded Classified and Sports sections.
Also, advertiser preprints that currently run in the Sunday edition will be included in the Weekend Edition.
Every page of the paper is also available starting at 2 a.m. the day of publication by using The Maui News app (Maui News On The Go) for iPad and Android tablets, or by clicking on the Replica Edition button on the bottom of our home page, mauinews.com. That availability is part of your subscription once you have followed the steps for verification.
There will be no delivery on postal holidays — (current subscriptions will be extended for holidays and Sundays).
“Our goal here is to provide dependable delivery to our customers at the most affordable price,” said Maui News publisher Joe Bradley. “Other papers across the country have already partnered with the USPS to gain reliable service while controlling ever increasing delivery costs.
“We have the largest news gathering organization on Maui and we appreciate the opportunity to continue to serve our subscribers and advertisers.”
The Maui News has been providing award-winning news, views and sports for our community since 1900.