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Maui Coronavirus Impacts

COVID-19 at a Glance

Latest developments: • State Department of Health on Sunday reported 3,167 new confirmed and probable cases statewide, including 2,078 cases on Oahu, 371 on Hawaii island, 493 on Maui, 168 on Kauai, 11 on Lanai, 10 on Molokai and 36 Hawaii residents diagnosed out of state. • There have ...

Spartans, Na Alii battle it out as MIL paddling season starts

KAHULUI — Canoe paddlers flooded Kahului Harbor in uniform with excitement for Maui Interscholastic League meet No. 1, the first high school regatta since the COVID-19 pandemic hit nearly two years ago. As if no time had passed, both Seabury Hall and King Kekaulike High School were back ...

After two years off, MIL wrestlers hit the mats

WAILUKU — Kacey-Lee Pua was in her element on Saturday in the Jon Garcia Gym on the Baldwin High School campus. The Bears senior was one of about 100 wrestlers from around the Maui Interscholastic League doing what they love for the first time in nearly two years. Pua was the runner-up in ...

Some teachers disheartened over loss of child tax credit

Some Maui teachers are expressing disappointment over the loss of the federal expanded child tax credit and the watering down of other benefits, saying it would help them as well as the families of the children they teach. Makawao Elementary School teacher Sarah Shewmaker said she is ...

COVID-19 at a Glance

Latest developments: • State Department of Health on Friday reported 4,473 new confirmed and probable cases statewide, including 3,123 cases on Oahu, 507 on Hawaii island, 461 on Maui, 262 on Kauai, 33 on Lanai, 17 on Molokai and 70 Hawaii residents diagnosed out of state. • There have ...

Hospital sees record COVID patients; jail cases rise to 88

A relentless wave of cases that has overwhelmed state health officials continued to put pressure on major Maui facilities on Thursday, with active infections at the Wailuku jail more than doubling to 88 and the island’s main hospital setting a new record with 44 COVID-19 patients. The state ...