March 22, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Community

National run eyes southern Maine site

Organizers of the Color Run want to make South Portland one of the stops on the national tour of their popular 5K road race, but city councilors aren’t sure the Willard Square neighborhood has the space to accommodate the thousands of participa More...

Bank displays artist’s work in branch

Norway Savings Bank’s Kennebunk branch is featuring the work of pastel painter Cheryl Dahn throughout their offices.  More...

Donation provides funds for safety sacks

The birth of Biddeford Savings’ new location on Alfred Street in Biddeford has made it possible for newborns at Southern Maine Medical Center to go home with a sleep sack designed to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.  More...

People

Inspiration turns into poetry for resident

Oftentimes the best poetry is constructed by inspiration from the most quotidian of situations.  Kennebunk’s Mary Elizabeth Nordstrom can testify to this. More...

Honor Roll

Kennebunk High School  Second Quarter  Freshmen  High Honors  More...

Meet the Candidates

Patrick Briggs   Patrick Briggs, born in Miami, Fla., and raised in Brazil, has been a resident of Kennebunkport for 12 years alongside his wife, Ann Marie, and their four grown sons.  More...

Things to Do

Road Race Calendar

Southern Maine road race events. Email race information to editor@scarboroughleader.com or editor@kennebunkpost.com.  Saturday, March 30   More...

Things to Do

The Post accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@kennebunkpost.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...

Candidates square off at Kennebunkport forum

KENNEBUNKPORT — Last Tuesday evening, March 12, the mediated discussion between selectmen candidates, Patrick Briggs, Edward Hutchins II and David Powell, highlighted a surprising lack of opposition.  The three men are running to fill a va More...

Columns

Politics & other Mistakes

Days of defiance

Rebellion is healthy. Ask any doctor.  Standing in the streets and throwing rocks at the cops is excellent cardio exercise. Then, there’s all that running when the National Guard advances. More...

Business

Ms. Belle Marsh is now accepting new clients for Rolfing:

Structural Integration treatments at her studio at 9 Churchill Rd., South Portland. Rolfing® is a form of bodywork that works with the connective tissue called fascia. Rolfing can increase the range of motion and relive pain in joints. More...

OVER 40? YOU Belong here!

About Us: At Healthy Body, Fit Mind we take a thoughtful approach to fitness with true customization designed around your lifestyle, goals and current fitness level. Our specialty is people over 40 and beyond!  More...

The Pines: A Retirement Community Which Supports Healthy Aging

Staying active is one of the essentials of healthy aging. The Pines offers its residents the freedom to pursue their current interests and the opportunity to develop new ones. More...

Letters

Long-term ramifications of withdrawal would be hurtful

To the editor:   More...

Board chairman’s equity comment is off the mark

To the editor:   The chairman of the Kennebunk Board of Selectmen, Al Searles, in a recent letter to the editor, opined on the equity of the current RSU 21 cost allocation formula. More...

Parent of students will vote against withdrawal study

To the editor:   As the parent and step-parent of five former, current and future Consolidated School students, I will vote against providing funding to study withdrawal from RSU 21.  More...

Obituaries

Ruth Waters Johnson

Ruth Waters Johnson, mother, friend, grandmother, died on Saturday, March 2, 2013 at the age of 85.  More...