Members of our team will be at the UH Maui College on Thursday.

We are headed back to Maui this week.

Several of our journalists plan to post up from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Ka‘a‘ike conference room 210 at the University of Hawaii Maui College as part of our ongoing Pop-Up Newsroom series.

We hope to hear from community members about the issues that matter to you. We’re also available to answer any questions you may have about Civil Beat or our approach to journalism.

Reporters Paula Dobbyn, Brittany Lyte, Megan Tagami and editor Nathan Eagle will be among those attending.

Civil Beat has been holding these informal pop-up events since October throughout the state. Come chat for a few minutes, linger for a few hours, whatever works.

In the meantime, you can check out our Pop-Up Newsroom landing page to see videos of what people in the communities we’ve visited have to say about their hometown.

Pop-Up Newsroom Oct 19 stop at UH Maui College

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