April 27, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Flying right

Nathan Carr, left, 19, of Remsen, N.Y., and Chris Dohlman, right, 19, of Canandaigua, N.Y., take advantage of a sunny day April 20 at the Kennebunk High School fields to toss a frisbee. More...

Grand Hotel amendments approved

Chase Hill residents respond to site plan decision

Amendments to the Grand Hotel site plan, including changing the first-floor use from retail to personal service and restaurant, as well as including an ATM in a location in a previously approved kiosk, were voted on and unanimously approved by Kenneb More...

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Business

Business Briefs

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney announces promotion

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney announced that Brian Prichard has been promoted to vice president, wealth management, financial advisor, professional alliance group director, portfolio manager in the firm’s wealth management office in Portland.&nbs More...

People

Student leads Relay for Life team

Middle School seventhgrader is youngest captain

Emily Hill, a 12-year-old seventh grader at Middle School of the Kennebunks, will be a captain for this year’s Relay for Life of York County event. More...

Letters

Board’s decision is disappointing

To the editor:   The site plan review board approved all of the changes requested by the developer of the Grand Hotel on April 19.  It is disappointing and unfortunate that no one on the board was willing to ask the tough questions and take More...

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Breaking News - 5/3/2012 4:09 PM

Police report a dozen car break-ins

At least 12 car break-ins have been reported to the Kennebunk Police Department in the past two weeks. Police are investigating leads and are encourage local residents to be vigilant. More...

Mediator hired in Goose Rocks Beach case

The Kennebunkport Conservation Trust recently hired Durward Parkinson, a partner in the law firm of Bergen and Parkinson, LLC, of Kennebunk, to serve as a mediator in the Goose Rocks Beach litigation process. More...

Town considers traffic changes

Two streets could become one-way

Two local streets may be restricted to one-way traffic, if changes discussed by the Kennebunkport Board of Selectmen on April 12 are implemented.  Selectmen were scheduled to continue discussion after the Post’s deadline at Thursday’ More...

Community

Town approves new pesticide policy

Commission chairman says decision is ‘... a really good step.’

A new policy that will dictate how pesticides can be applied on town-owned land was passed by the Kennebunk Board of Selectmen earlier this month.  More...

Film to feature taxi company’s logo

Makers of “Dark Shadows” secure permission for use

The logo for Coastal Cab Company, a taxi service provider that covers the Kennebunks, Wells, Biddeford and Ogunquit, is featured on taxicabs in the new summer movie “Dark Shadows,” starring Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer and Helena Bonham More...

Kennebunk featured in Yankee Magazine

Article’s author is a town native

The town of Kennebunk was recently featured in the March-April issue of Yankee Magazine as part of a monthly series profiling New England towns. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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