Gwyn Gorg speaks at a candlelight vigil Thursday morning for George Floyd, who died in police custondy in Minnesota, at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Stone of Hope Monument at the county building. The event was called “Come Let The Healing Begin.” Floyd’s death has spurred protests around the country, including a number on Maui.
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Kayla Thornton of Maui High School dribbles past King Kekaulike’s Kreyajan Pahukoa on Jan. 30. The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
Shown is the nearly completed Kahoma Residential Subdivision on the west side. Two more families in the subdivision received the keys to their homes. Habitat for Humanity Maui photo
Larger commercial tour boat operators, like Trilogy Excursions, will not be able to take advantage of the latest easing of COVID-19 rules. The state Department of Land and Natural Resources allowed the resumption of commercial ocean activities, but with a 10-person limit on boats. The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
Kahului residents Mariecon Mamaclay (left) and May Ann Espanol are among the frontline workers who have met the challenges of COVID-19 with courage and compassion.
May Ann Espanol (seated) and Mariecon Mamaclay are on duty in Haleakala South, Maui Memorial Medical Center’s telemetry and progressive care unit. Maui Health System photos