January 31, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Budgets: Superintendents speak out

School budget planning is like ‘three-way vice’

In coming weeks, school departments across the state will begin rolling out budgets to be reviewed and scrutinized by elected officials and voters.  The process of establishing a school budget can be an arduous task for superintendents because m More...

River Tree Arts to host Pecha Kucha night

Pecha Kucha Night – the internationally recognized series of short, creative presentations – returns to River Tree Arts on Thursday, Feb. More...

Winterfest to feature soup contest

Will Rich Lemoine of the Village Tavern retain his “Best Soup” trophy from last year? Or can former winner, Square Toes, make a comeback to regain the title?  Find out on Saturday, Feb. More...

Audubon to host gull ID workshop

Derek Lovitch will lead a two-part gull identification workshop on Feb. 8 and 9 to help unravel the mysteries of gull identification. Most gulls are not very difficult to tell apart, though adult and juveniles of most species look very different. More...

Winter folk concert to showcase acoustic talent

Three Maine folk music artists will host a concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. More...

Registered and ready

Celia Kundishora, 4, poses after her mom, Susan, registered her for kindergarten at Kennebunk Elementary School Friday, Jan. 24. More...

Library to host genealogy webinar

Kennebunk Free Library’s genealogy group will feature a live webinar by Lynn Palermo – aka the “Armchair Genealogist” – at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 1.  More...

Gift of trees

Recently, the Seacoast Garden Club held its annual boxwood tree workshop. More...

Arundel Historical Society plans cabin fever raffle

Arundel Historical Society is putting on a cabin fever raffle. More...

Cooking on Purpose

Don’t cut back on salads during winter

We have a tendency to cut back on healthy salads in the wintertime. More...