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Kennebunk election results - June 13th, 2013 - 10:41am
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Business

Mid-April moving date set for the Post

Mainely Media publications to take up residence next door

Renovations on the Post’s new office on Main Street in Biddeford are moving along and the staff is scheduled to move in mid- April.  The newspaper’s new office in the former Westpoint Stevens mill store is located just feet away from More...

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People

Director focuses on ‘needs of the people’

Kennebunk Free Library programs keep pace with the times

Jill LeMay is quickly approaching the conclusion of her first year as director of the Kennebunk Free Library and says she is more than thrilled with her time spent there.  Every day she makes the 30-minute drive from Portsmouth, N.H., to serve h More...

Subject for a day: Financial literacy

Kennebunk High School seniors were treated to a Financial Literacy Day, a collection of informational activities, workshops and presentations, at the University of New England’s Marcil Hall in Biddeford on March 22.  Students spent the day More...

Music man

Children’s music artist Rick Charette performs March 23 at Kennebunk Elementary School. The concert was sponsored by the Kennebunk Recreation Department. (Courtesy photo) More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Post accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please e-mail your listing to editor@kennebunkpost.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...

Police investigating burglaries

Arrests made in church vandalism

The Kennebunk Police Department investigation of a string of burglaries in the Kennebunk area continues as the search for suspects is ongoing.  However, the police department is reporting the arrests of two suspects in a recent vandalism spree a More...

Withdrawal talks heat up in Arundel

Residents discuss benefits and drawbacks of leaving RSU 21

Arundel residents met to discuss possible benefits and repercussions of passing a petition that will allow the town to withdraw from Regional School Unit 21.  For two and half hours, the board and approximately 90 members of the public listened More...

Community

Community News

Exhibit celebrates youth art month   In honor of National Youth Art Month, the Kennebunkport Historical Society will host a multimedia exhibition of student art from the Mildred Day School in Arundel. More...

Kennebunkport board begins budget discussions

The Kennebunkport Board of Selectmen gave its preliminary approval to all but one item on the fiscal year 2012-2013 town budget.  Selectmen began budget discussions at the March 22 meeting that followed followed two weeks of presentations from t More...

Summer employment opportunity for youth at wildlife refuge

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge is accepting applications until April 20 for the Youth Conservation Corps to be held this summer at the refuge headquarters in Wells.  Young adults between the ages of 15 and 18, who are interested in worki More...

Letters

Children thriving at Arundel school

To the editor:   Earlier this week my child asked me, “Why do they want to change it back to the way it used to be?”  More...

Plenty of positives about school district

To the editor:   I am a parent of two children currently attending Mildred L. More...

District is stronger together than apart

To the editor:   Regional School Unit 21 will be financially stronger with three towns working together than separate. I believe Arundel should stay in RSU 21 and continue to make its case.  More...

Obituaries

Finley Jayne Bartlett

On March 17, 2012, Finley Jayne Bartlett of North Yarmouth left her family and friends after too short a life, just four months to the day after her birth. She was born in Portland, on the morning of Nov. More...

Post obituary policy

The Post publishes free, edited obituaries for residents of the newspaper’s coverage area.  Paid obituaries may include a photograph of the deceased, funeral information and more personal remembrances. More...