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Pat Gee

Pat Gee is a human-interest reporter at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, where she writes the monthly Old Friends feature in Detours. She covered religion for several years and was a writer for the weekly Crave food section.

 

She started working for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin in 1994, and continued with the Honolulu Star-Advertiser when the newspapers merged.

 

She has a journalism degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
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Still flying high at 100

For most of his 100 years, John Gleeson has loved to fly, and he still gets to feel the wind beneath his wings as he glides over the North Shore every now and then. Read more

Catholic Charities USA will continue aiding Maui recovery

Kerry Alys Robinson, Catholic Charities USA president and CEO, said her two-day visit to Maui last week filled her with deep sorrow for what people lost in the disastrous August wildfires as well as gratitude for those helping with their recovery, and she promised to continue raising funds to aid the effort. Read more

Old Lahaina Lu‘au to return in wake of wildfire

The award-winning Old Lahaina Lu‘au, which has served more than 4 million guests since 1986, will reopen Tuesday after months of repairing damage suffered during Maui’s August wildfire and ongoing support for restoration of the historic community. Read more

Nonprofit builds affordable housing on Maui

Catholic Charities Hawaii expects to complete construction of a 178-unit affordable housing project in Kahului by the end of 2026 that would help address the imperative need of residents who suffered serious loss in the August wildfires. Read more

Homeless youth find help at new sober house

Young adults who have lived on the street and are trying to kick a substance use disorder have found a place to call home for now at the newly opened ‘Apapane, the first clean-and-sober house established by Residential Youth Services & Empowerment. Read more

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