June 29, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

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Kennebunk youth helps soccer team to regionals

At the age of 11, Tristan Wirth of Kennebunk is one of the youngest players on his soccer team.  Playing for the MCU Portland Phoenix Soccer Club, Wirth is exposed to playing soccer on a very competitive level along with other enthusiasts.  More...

Residents react to library funding decision

Arundel residents spoke out at the June 25 selectmen’s meeting about the town’s decision to cut funding for the Kennebunk Free Library.  Town Manager Todd Shea suggested that those concerned are able to petition for a special town me More...

School cost-sharing plan ‘similar’ to last year

The Regional School Unit 21 cost sharing committee held its regular meeting June 18 and voted to approve the wording of the cost-sharing document.  The proposal was reviewed by Jim Rier, deputy commissioner of Finance and Operations for the Depa More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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Turnpike rate hike plan criticized

Proposed toll increases would begin in November

Maine Turnpike Authority members listened intently while a few dozen outraged citizens voiced their concerns over a potential toll increase during a public hearing held at Saco City Hall on Thursday, June 21.  More...

Town ready for for Old Home Week

Events planned for July 2 through July 7

If you’re looking for something to do this summer, consider attending the second annual Old Home Week in Kennebunk.  During the first week in July, the town will continue its effort to bring back an old tradition.  Monday, July 2 will More...

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Neighbors

Book teaches seniors to shave strokes

Kennebunkport resident authors golfing guide A lot of seniors seem to find there are some things they used to be able to do, that they just can’t seem to anymore. More...

Letters

Restore library funding for Arundel

To the editor:   So now Arundel has thrown away free access rights for our residents to Kennebunk Free Library.  More...

Writer says, town’s vote on Article 27 is a ‘travesty’

To the editor:   Last Wednesday evening, the town of Arundel held its annual town meeting and a travesty truly occurred regarding Article 27.  Article 27 reads: Shall the town vote to raise and appropriate $5,100 toward the operating costs More...

Support of school board members appreciated

To the editor:   I’d like to thank all the Regional School Unit 21 Board members, both past and present, for your tremendous support. More...