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People

Neighbors

Three-time cancer survivor builds toys

When Willis Merrill started building small wooden toys in his basement workshop at his home in Kennebunk more than 20 years ago, he said it was purely a hobby. More...

Students study West Virginia mining

Mountain top removal is subject of school’s three-week visit

Seven students and two faculty members from the The New School in Kennebunk took a three-week trip to West Virginia to study the adverse environmental effects of mountain top removal, and how Maine could potentially be impacted if similar processes a More...

Letters

Reward offered for information about stolen lawnmower

To the editor:   I am continually amazed at the selfishness and entitlement attitude of people today and this past weekend something occurred that reinforces my experience.  So many people seem to see something they want and think it is OK More...

Walkathon raises funds for educational programs

To the editor:   Congratulations to the Kennebunk Elementary Parent Teacher Association for organizing its second annual OK Go! walkathon for education. More...

Hopeful that a Goose Rocks Beach settlement can be reached

To the editor:  First I want to compliment the representatives of the   More...

Family holds vigil for slain infant

Child’s father charged with depraved indifference murder

Friends and family of Christina Henderson, the mother of 10-week-old Ethan Henderson, who died on May 8 from brain injuries allegedly inflicted by his father, held a vigil at the family home May 12.  More...

New look for Legion building

Open house to showcase renovations at Post 159

Members of American Legion Post 159 will host an open house on May 20 at the assembly hall on Route 9 in Kennebunkport to showcase work on the building that was desperately needed.  Work done to the building included replacing tiled flooring wit More...

Community

Alliance to celebrate spring with a 31-mile trail event

Biking excursion will begin at Kennebunk Elementary School, end in South Portland

The Eastern Trail Alliance will host an event called Spring on the Trail May 18 as part of an initiative to showcase over 10 miles of new off-road sections of trail and two bridges completed over the past 18 months.  More...

Community News

High school to host “The Miser”   The Kennebunk High School visual and performing arts department will present the comedy “The Miser” at 7:30 p.m. More...

News Briefs

Settlement talks resume in courts

All parties involved in the Goose Rocks Beach litigation will meet in private settlement conferences next month to discuss possible settlement options over rules, regulations and private beach property rights.  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...