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Forest service delivers adelgid warning

Experts say the hemlockattacking insect is moving inland and up the coast

An invasive forest insect known as the hemlock woolly adelgid has been moving both inland and up the Maine coast, infecting and killing hemlock trees in many southern coastal Maine towns, including Kennebunk, Kennebunkport and Arundel.  More...

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People

Former inn owner busy in retirement

When Kennebunk resident Angela Leblanc retired in 2003, she had a choice between putting her feet up and taking it easy on the couch or giving back to the world.  She decided to do the latter.  More...

Letters

Lower Village issue should concern all

To the editor:   I’m not sure how many of you have been following the Lower Village debacle, otherwise known as free rein for developers. There will be a site plan review meeting on 7 p.m. More...

Funding for services quietly changed

To the editor:   Maine State Education Commissioner Stephen L. More...

Chase Hill Road can’t handle the traffic

To the editor:   Lower Village residents attending the April 5 Kennebunk Site Plan Review Board meeting to voice their concerns about the change use application of Grand Hotel at 1 Chase Hill Road, instead were presented with the developer&rsquo More...

Breaking News - 4/11/2012 10:38 AM

Arundel votes in favor of withdrawal committee

Arundel residents voted 514-291 on April 10 in favor of using up to $35,000 to form a withdrawal committee that will research the costs associated with withdrawing Arundel students from Regional School Unit 21. More...

Chase Hill dispute continues

Another public forum is scheduled for April 19

After presentations were made and questions answered at an April 5 Site Plan Review Board meeting on the proposed amendments to The Grand Hotel site proposal, an April 19 public forum on the amendment has been scheduled to address questions about a c More...

Community

Playhouse preparing for 15th season

Arundel Barn Playhouse will stage “Forever Plaid” to begin anniversary celebration

The Arundel Barn Playhouse will celebrate its 15th anniversary with a trip down memory lane by performing the musical “Forever Plaid,” the same show that premiered on stage in June 1998.  More...

Board considers increase to fire department budget

The Arundel Budget Board began its final review by making recommendations to the Board of Selectmen that included increasing funds for the fire department training from $7,500 to $17,500, allocating $50,000 to the fire department reserve and employin More...

School budget receives directors’ approval

The Regional School Unit 21 Board of Directors approved a 2013 proposed budget on April 2 that come in at just under $35.9 million, but also trims a dozen positions from the payroll.  The board voted 10-1 for an increase of 0.69 percent, or $246 More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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