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Governor stands for dams - January 19th, 2017 - 12:53pm
Kennebunk man charged in heroin overdoses - January 13th, 2015 - 4:30pm
Election Results for Arundel and the Kennebunks - November 5th, 2014 - 11:33am
Election Results for Arundel and Kennebunks - November 5th, 2014 - 11:24am
RSU 21 budget is approved at polls - June 11th, 2014 - 7:43am
$75 Million Renovation Referendum Fails - January 22nd, 2014 - 11:11am
Kennebunk election results - June 13th, 2013 - 11:41am
Things to Do - May 3rd, 2013 - 11:04am

Columns

Politics & other Mistakes

The price you pay

I recently received a shocking secret recording of statements made by Republican Gov. More...

Cooking on Purpose

Hearty, healthy soups and stews

The temperatures are getting lower every day and the nights are downright chilly. It’s time to start making soup to warm you up.  Your family and friends will delight in these hearty soups to warm your bones up during a chill. More...

Business

Great East Dental provides best in care, latest in technology

The staff at Great East Dental can change your life.  Dr. More...

Paige Todorich, Financial Advisor

People are intimidated by the title “Financial Advisor” because they think it means I only work with millionaires, which isn’t the case. More...

Meet Lee Goyette, owner of Little Tap House - Portland, ME

With 30 years in the restaurant industry, Lee has she brings knowledge and experience to her newest location located at 160 High Street. centric, Farm Kitchen,” Little to table menu with all locally sourced items on the menu. More...

Obituaries

Marjorie “Shirley” Hopwood Leach

Marjorie “Shirley” Hopwood Leach, of Kennebunkport, born March 12, 1933, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, after struggling with Alzheimer’s for several years. More...

Abby May Clough

Abby May Clough, 82, a resident of North Street died Monday, Oct. 21, 2013 at Southern Maine Medical Center following a brief illness.  Abby was born June 1, 1931 in Springvale, a daughter of Palmer M. and Dorothy (Fletcher) Clough.  More...

Fire department floats student live-in idea

If accepted, West Kennebunk station would take part in college fire science program

KENNEBUNK — The Kennebunk Fire and Rescue Department is partnering with Southern Maine Community College’s Fire Science program to propose a student live-in program at the West Kennebunk Fire Station.  More...

Town weighs ambulance billing change

ARUNDEL — Fire Chief Don Pyer is proposing that selectmen approve changes to the town’s ambulance billing fees and the method of calculating fees to collect more accounts in arrears.  Board members also discussed changing the town&rs More...

Community

Board approves plans for Wiffle ball field

Scrutiny of pavilion proposal continues

KENNEBUNK — The board of selectmen, on Tuesday, Oct. More...

Students explore Emmons Preserve

Kate Zeller’s fourth-graders and Karen Lyman’s 3-4 multi-age students spent an early-October school day learning about colonial times at Emmons Preserve, located at the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust.  Several activities were plann More...

Christ Church plans Pine Cone Fair

Christ Church will host its annual Pine Cone Fair 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16. The church is located at 6 Dane St. in Kennebunk.  More...

People

Student awaiting kidney transplant

KENNEBUNK — Ethan Houle doesn’t fit the description most people expect for a kidney transplant candidate. More...

Letters

Downtown center would create memories

To the editor:   Thank heaven for Geraldine Waterhouse’s generous proposal to help build a youth center and skating rink on Main Street.  Her vision is exactly what Kennebunk needs to liven up downtown as well as creating some beautif More...

School should have retained parking fees

To the editor:   To the RSU 21 school board regarding dropping the parking fees at Kennebunk High School.  More...

Pavilion plan requires careful research

To the editor:   More...

Things to Do

Thursday, Oct. 31

Time for 2’s and 3’s story time, 10:15 a.m., Kennebunk Free Library, Main Street, Kennebunk. Story time for toddlers. FMI, call 985-2173, ext. More...

Friday, Nov. 1

Story time, 10 a.m., Children’s Room, Graves Library, 18 Maine St., Kennebunkport. Yearround program includes fingerplays, songs and crafts. Designed for children 5 and younger, however, all ages welcome to attend. More...

Saturday, Nov. 2

West Kennebunk Holiday Fair, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., 80 Thompson Road, West Kennebunk. Crafters, vendors, treasure table and bake table. Light lunch will be available for purchase. FMI, call Barbara at 985-2272 or Carol at 985-4571.  More...