The Green to be featured during second concert in Maui Ola benefit series

After raising over $1 million for Maui relief, Maui Ola will return with a series of benefit concerts- donating all proceeds to those impacted by Mauiʻs devastating wildfires.

Hawaiian Islands invited to come together for statewide vigil for Maui

Native Hawaiian cultural practitioners will lead a statewide, one-day vigil on Friday to aid the emotional and spiritual healing of those on Maui who suffered devastating loss from wildfires that swept through Lāhainā and other areas of the island.

Kaua‘i Humane Society to host adoption event in celebration of National Dog Day

In addition, Kaua’i Humane Society is hosting a “Name Your Adoption Price” event through Aug. 27. All animals adopted this weekend will cost as much as the adopting family would like to pay.

DHHL breaks ground on Hanapēpē Phase II; 82 new homes to be created by 2024

Eighty-two single-family residential lots will be developed by 2024 across more than 28-acres as part of the housing project in west Kauaʻi.

Attorney General Lopez says donors to Lāhainā wildfire should be cautious

Attorney General Anne Lopez urges the public to be cautious when donating to Lāhainā wildfire victims.

Reminder: Wiwoʻole Maui Benefit Concert livestream today until 3:30 p.m.

Amid the crisis after devastating wildfires swept across West Maui on Aug. 8, the unifying and healing power of mele (music) has summoned Maui’s celebrated recording artists, including Grammy and Nā Hōkū Hanohano winners, and hula hālau to gather to help those impacted.

‘Jurassic Park’ roared onto screens 30 years ago; Kaua‘i locals, tourists still get chills

Thirty years after “Jurassic Park” first roared into movie theaters, Kaua‘i film professionals continue to remember the film with love. And so do tourists, who flock to the Garden Isle to visit the locations of their favorite movie moments.

Kaua’i County holding Play Streets free event at Laukona Park on Aug. 12

In an effort to promote physical activity in a fun and engaging way, the County of Kaua‘i will hold a free Play Streets event on Aug. 12 at Laukona Park in Hanamā‘ulu.

Kaua‘i Community College to host express enrollment night for trade programs

Some of the most popular trade programs at the community college on Kaua‘i include automotive technology, carpentry, welding and electronics technology. The school also offers internship opportunities.

Kaua‘i’s Alakoko Fishpond receives $4,000 donation

The donation was from the Hawai‘i Chapter of the American Resort Development Association, which represents the timeshare industry in the state.

New leadership in Hawaiʻi for national nonprofit Trust for Public Land

Ka‘iulani Sodaro and Race Randle have been appointed as the new Hawai‘i board chair and vice chair, respectively, for Trust for Public Land.

Kōloa Plantation Days at The Shops at Kukui‘ula July 24-28

The Shops at Kukui‘ula celebrates Kōloa Plantation Days with three family-friendly events.

World’s best bodyboarders — and amateurs — compete on South Shore of Kaua‘i

The Garden Island Boogie Board Classic was founded in 2018 by professional bodyboarders Jeff Hubbard and Chris Burkart, who wanted to establish a premier bodyboard competition on Kaua‘i.

Hit songwriter’s new book shares life lessons learned at Kaua‘i Humane Society

Accomplished songwriter Jason Blume has won an Emmy, but he said none of his achievements compares to his latest: the publication of “Happy Tails,” a book inspired by his time as a Kaua‘i Humane Society volunteer.

Kaua‘i sending two young riders to world’s largest rodeo in Wyoming

Kahanu Blackstad and Kiana Mertz will travel next week to Gillette, Wyoming, where they will compete the National High School Rodeo Association team finals.

Kauaʻi Police Department hosting Touch-a-Truck at Vidinha Stadium in Līʻhue

The Kaua’i Police Department is hosting Touch-a-Truck on July 8, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Vidinha Stadium in Līhu‘e. 

Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity gives keys to new homes for five families

Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity welcomed five families into new homes last week, after breaking ground on a new project in Waipouli.

Kawaikini Charter School’s annual fundraiser at Rob’s Good Times Grill in Līhuʻe

Kawaikini Charter School will host its biggest fundraiser of the year, “Kanikapila me Kawaikini,” on June 20 at Rob’s Good Times Grill in Līhuʻe.

County of Kauaʻi launches revamped website

The County of Kaua‘i’s has unveiled its revamped website at

World’s Toughest Row inaugural race kicks off in California and ends in Kaua‘i

Fourteen rowing teams from around the world departed from the shores of central California on Monday to compete in the inaugural Pacific Challenge of the World’s Toughest Row, which ends in Hanalei Bay on Kaua‘i.
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