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Maui is bursting at the seams with “help wanted” signs. Still, finding gainful employment in such an expensive place feels daunting. We get it.
In June, state officials unveiled the Hawai‘i Career Acceleration Navigator. Gov. David Ige touted it as “a first-of-its-kind data platform to connect job seekers to careers in our post-pandemic economy.” Sounds good, but how does it work? Pretty well, actually.
The housing crisis is hitting animal-owning renters—and the Maui Humane Society—especially hard.
After a year-and-a-half long process that included multiple reports, self-study and a campus inspection, UH Maui College has been re-accredited for the next eight years by the WASC Senior College and University Commission.
What, exactly, are ghost guns? As the name implies, they’re largely untraceable weapons without serial numbers that can be assembled from kits available online or created using 3D printers.
Situated on the slopes of Haleakalā, Mahalo Aleworks delivers sippables, edibles, and a laid-back Upcountry vibe.
On June 1, Eric Thompson and his brother, James, tested positive for COVID. That was less than a week before they were set to compete in the Special Olympics in Orlando.
Cinephiles rejoice: The Maui Film Festival will celebrate its 22nd year with a slate of notable films and honorees, July 6-10 at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center’s A&B Amphitheater, with streaming options available.