Maui News: Sources and Feeds

Maui News: Sources and Feeds

Maui News: Sources and Feeds

Maui News: Sources and Feeds

Maui offers a variety of ways to keep abreast of Maui news, including newspapers, TV, radio, social media and websites. Below is a list of resources and summaries of what they have to offer.  

Maui News

Maui News

Hawaii has multiple newspapers that are available online and some are even distributed via postal service. The publications cover news across the Hawaiian Islands, with the Maui News newspaper being rated as one of the most comprehensive sources for news and events in Maui. The first Maui News edition was printed on February 17, 1900, with daily publications, except Saturdays. To date, it reports on statewide news with a focus on local upcoming events, job listings, lifestyle, classifieds, sports news, and area updates. For the most current news and sports information, the Maui News publishes 7 days a week, is one of the most popular media choices for both residents and travelers, and is available online as well as mail delivery.

Maui Time

If you’re in search of a news source that delivers information pertaining to Maui entertainment, culture, arts, dining and events, check out the Maui Time website, which was established in 1997. A quick subscription will send you an email of all the interesting happenings in Maui. This is also available islandwide in print at many different coffee shops and restaurants.

  • by Shan Kekahuna
    Maui’s premiere early childhood development agency revealed their intent to purchase the Yokouchi Estate to create a community space for outdoor, nature based learning for our island keiki. Imua’s dream for the community-based Discovery Garden is to inspire children while they learn and grow, and to equip parents and teachers with a safe naturalistic environment […]
  • by Shan Kekahuna
    The Alzheimer’s Aloha Chapter is hosting an online fundraiser to raise investments for programs in Hawaii. They have invited a special guest speaker and acclaimed author Frances Kakugawa to lecture for a one-hour online workshop. “Caregiving: A Dignified Life Without Guilt or Remorse” which will take place online July 18th 2:00-3:00pm (HST). The workshop is […]
  • by Shan Kekahuna
    The Pa‘ia Youth & Cultural Center PYCC) announces this years recipients of the PYCC Scholarship Fund. In existence since 2005, this year the Campbell Family funded the PYCC Scholarship Fund. The scholarship is open to any multi-year active member of PYCC who is a high school senior, or has a GED, or is in their […]
  • by Shan Kekahuna
    Maui Humane Society (MHS) is pleased to announce the reopening of their surgery clinic to full capacity in the wake of service limitations due to the COVID pandemic. “We had over 300 animals in foster and at the shelter during the height of the pandemic. Our staff divided into two rotating teams to ensure that […]
  • by Shan Kekahuna
    The success of Pacific Whale Foundation’s pilot Virtual Ocean Camps last month has inspired the nonprofit to offer additional sessions through July at almost half the cost of regular sessions. Acutely cognizant of COVID-19’s economic impact, PWF remains committed to supporting our global community during these challenging times by providing schoolchildren in grades 1-5 engaging educational content and ocean […]

Maui Now

At MauiNow.com, you can find up-to-the-minute details on current news, events, traffic, weather, dining, business, sports, and more. The website is entirely focused on providing present coverage directly related to Maui. They even send out text alerts for individuals who wanted to stay ‘in the know. You can also find snorkel and surf conditions as well.

  • by Wendy Osher
    A brush fire is burning in the Pāʻia area. The Maui Emergency Management Agency issued a notification at 10:04 p.m. (7.8.20) for Skill Village residents to "prepare your families, pets, and residences for possible evacuation if notified. Monitor for additional information and be prepared for possible evacuation."
  • by Wendy Osher
    Maui County’s Immigrant Services Division has been informed that, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Philippine Consulate in Honolulu has canceled its mobile outreaches for the remainder of 2020.
  • by Wendy Osher
    Volunteers with the Hawaiian Airlines’ community outreach group, Team Kōkua, will be on Maui in July, woking on projects to freshen up the campus and prepare for the new school year.  
  • by Wendy Osher
    There are 23 new COVID-19 cases reported for Hawaiʻi today, including–20 new cases on the island of Oʻahu, two on Maui and one on Hawaiʻi Island.  This brings the statewide count to 1,094 cases in Hawaiʻi over the course of the pandemic. To date, 811 people (75.4%) have recovered including 116 (93.5%) recovery in Maui County. […]
  • by 'A'Ali'Ikumaka Dukelow
    Considering  COVID-19's economic impact, PWF representatives say they remain committed to supporting the global community during these challenging times by providing schoolchildren in grades 1-5 engaging educational content and ocean awareness while observing critical safety standards. 

mauicounty.gov

Maui also has a great resource for news on the county’s own website. The mauicounty.gov website has a large cross-section of important news for locals and visitors alike. It’s a great way to keep up with what the county is doing and how the projects affect locals and visitors alike.

Hawaii News Now

Comprised of K5, KHNL (NBC) and KGMB (CBS), Hawaii News Now (HNN) is the largest media organization and TV broadcasting network in all of Hawaii. It is a reliable resource for news, traffic, weather, sports, and events that are available on the nawaiinewsnow.com website, social media, and phone apps.

Lahaina News

The Lahaina News is also a great source for information about what’s happening in Lahaina Town specifically. Here you would find more local-specific news related to schools, roads, utilities, and goings on in Lahaina.

KPOA

Maui has quite a few radio stations to tune into your favorite music, where you can enjoy different genres of music including rock, country, pop, and Hawaiian music. However, if you want to tune into a station that provides the true sound of Maui as well as local news and area happenings, it would be 93.5 – KPOA. 

Akaku

Akaku is a community-based media source that gives a voice to the Maui and Molokai residents with options to produce recordings as well as gain access to Maui Community Media TV channels. Whether you’re looking for local news, classes, and events or record your own video, Akaku is a valuable resource.

Maui News Summary

There is a wide selection of Maui media resources. Whether you are searching for dining options, a schedule of activities, real-time news and weather, or want to browse jobs or real estate, these sources will help you find what you’re looking for before, during, and after your visit to Maui.

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