July 6, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Career artist finds new sculpting work

Works are displayed in Kennebunk business

The inspiration to create art, to create something unique, lasting and important may come from almost anywhere. For Eric Graffam, a 41-year-old Biddeford resident, that inspiration may have come directly from his 18-month-old son, Peter.  More...

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From Wedding Cake to White House?

Owner of iconic house wants to help lift U.S. out of economic rut

James Barker, owner of the Wedding Cake House in Kennebunk, may be running for the highest office in the land, but admits, “I could care less about being president. More...


Businesses take note of ‘Ode to 04043’

To the editor:   I am pleased that the Kennebunk Board of Selectmen at its June 26 meeting served notice on business applicants who request licenses that they should use the name of Kennebunk rather than the name of the village across the bridge More...

Speaker owes the audience an apology

To the editor:  I recently had a meeting at Kennebunk   More...

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Breaking News - 7/12/2012 1:28 PM

Police make arrest in prostitution investigation

Kennebunk Police arrested Mark Strong, 57, of Thomaston, a former selectman and owner the Strong Agency in Thomaston on Tuesday, July 10. He was charged with promoting prostitution, a Class D misdemeanor. More...

Breaking News - 7/6/2012 11:36 AM

Man drowns off Gooch's Beach

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Shelter hosts first-ever AWSome Carnival

The Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk held its first AWSome Carnival Saturday, June 30 to raise money for operating expenses, but also used the event as an opportunity to promote adoption and responsible pet ownership.  More...

Selectmen overturn board appointment

Kennebunk selectmen decided to overturn their previous vote to appoint the new member of the planning board.  Because of a recent opening in the five-member board, the choice fell between the two alternates, Theron Wentworth and Chris MacClinchy More...

Instructor dancing through the years

Choreographer teaches hundreds of area students each year

If you enter the home of Saco resident Debra Lombard, you will see dance trophies, pictures of her students and sometimes dancers in her driveway. She may even show you how to do the foxtrot if you ask her nicely.  More...

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Things to Do

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