October 12, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Pleas entered in prostitution case

Prosecutors believe one of the defendants was in possession of child pornography

PORTLAND – One of the defendants accused of being involved with a prostitution operation in a Kennebunk dance studio may have had child pornography on his computer hard drive, say prosecutors in the case against him.  More...

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Business

Kennebunk Team Store opens in Lower Village

Kennebunk sports fans now have a home team store where they can buy sports apparel and sports related items. More...

Letters

Open lot’s value will continue to increase

To the editor:   I’m a Kennebunk resident and I voted to buy, clean and sell the property where the Mobil once stood at 51 Main St.  However, I am now one of many asking the voters of Kennebunk to consider holding on to it.  More...

Probate judge worthy of continued support

To the editor:   While much of our attention is focused on the presidential election, there is also a very important contest on the ballot here in York County.  More...

Secret Santa program prepares for 25th year

To the editor: Secret Santa is about to begin its 25th year of providing Christmas gifts to the children of families living in Kennebunk More...

Breaking News - 10/18/2012 12:20 PM

Defendant in Zumba Case Claims he was Unfairly Targeted

Kennebunk Police respond to the allegations from Mark Strong

A defendant in the case involving an alleged prostitution ring at a Kennebunk Zumba dance studio alleges the Kennebunk Police Department arrested him in retaliation for an investigation he was conducting against them. More...

Kennebunk Police Release List of 21 Suspected "Johns"

The list released to the public does not include ages or addresses for the suspected clients, who were each charged with engaging a prostitute and will appear in Biddeford District Court in December. More...

Kennebunk Police Will Wait to Release List of Alleged "Johns"

Summonses from some suspects have been issued, but the Police Department will not release the list of names until the Maine Supreme Judicial Court rules on an appeal filed by an attorney representing two clients. More...

Power station on the horizon

Grant paves way for electric vehicle charging location

KENNEBUNK – Long focused on renewable energy and energy efficiency, Kennebunk Light and Power has received a grant to install a new electric vehicle charging station in Kennebunk.  “We’re looking at five different locations rig More...

Community

Resident named food bank president

Her focus at Good Shepherd Food Bank is ‘more fresher, healthier foods faster’

KENNEBUNK – Sitting on top of Kristen Miale’s desk are four noticeably large boxes of company data. More...

Work continues on downtown block

More façade enhancement work to be announced

KENNEBUNK – Over the last few months, 84 Main St. More...

Students strive to end homelessness

‘Houses for Change’ project raises money for national program

Children at York County Community Hebrew School are learning a valuable lesson about homelessness as they help raise money for those less fortunate.  On Oct. More...

Things to Do

Road Race Calendar

Southern Maine road race events. Email race information to editor@scarboroughleader.com or editor@kennebunkpost.com.  Saturday, Oct. 13   More...

Things to Do

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