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Maui Coronavirus Impacts

Honoring lives lost to COVID-19

Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center Gift Shop and Grants Coordinator Sharona Belcher inspects the Rose River Memorial at the hui’s Makawao campus Saturday. In May, artist Marcos Lutyens collaborated with the center to create the memorial to honor the lives lost to COVID-19 in Hawaii. Members of ...

COVID-19 at a Glance

Latest developments: • State Department of Health on Monday reported 14 new confirmed and probable cases statewide, including 12 on Oahu, one on Hawaii island and two residents diagnosed out of state. One case was removed from Kauai’s count. • There have now been 37,367 confirmed and ...

Binhi at Ani to host vaccine clinic

Binhi at Ani Filipino Community Center will host a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday. Coordinated by the University of Hawaii Maui College, the clinic will be offering the Moderna vaccine at the center, which is located at 780 Onehee Avenue in Kahului. No ...

Free pastries offered at vaccine clinic

The University of Hawaii Maui College will hold two COVID-19 vaccination clinics this week that include the offer of free pastries for the first 40 people. The walk-in clinics will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday in the Pa‘ina Building. The first 40 people who ...

Ohio man arrested for travel violation

A 59-year-old Ohio man volunteered to leave Maui after he was arrested for violating travel quarantine rules when he arrived from Los Angeles on Saturday, police said. Kenneth Ellenberger of Hiram didn’t have an approved negative pre-travel COVID-19 test and didn’t have approved lodging ...

Front Street Mile returns, set for Sept. 18

The Front Street Mile is slated for Sept. 18, the iconic Lahaina race returning after it was canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Online registration for the 20th annual event, which also includes a 5- and 10-kilometer run or walk, opens on Wednesday. Tommy Bahama is this ...