March 14, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Selectmen OK parking amendment

KENNEBUNK — The planning board presented a final draft of the proposed amendment to the zoning article regarding off-street parking standards to the board of selectmen on Monday night.  More...

Library to host tax aide program

Volunteer tax preparers in the AARP tax-aide program will provide free tax filing assistance on individual and joint returns at the Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. More...

Intelligence officers plan March 15 meeting

The next meeting of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers will be 2 p.m. March 15 at the Brick Store Museum Program Center.  More...

Town’s May Day Festival planning continues

Kennebunk’s annual May Day Festival needs many volunteers to make things run smoothly and it need only be for a short time. The festival is scheduled for May 3.  More...

You should be dancin’

The fifth annual Oldies Dance, held in October at the American Legion Hall in Kennebunkport, raised $3,500 for the Ronald McDonald House in Portland. More...

Politics & other Mistakes

System upgrade

For a small state like Maine to have any influence on national events, it has to elect exceptional people to the U.S. House of Representatives. Unlike the 100-member U.S. More...

Workout event to benefit Make-a-Wish Maine

Spurling Training Systems will host a charity workout to benefit Maine’s chapter of Make-A-Wish, granting wishes to children with life threatening illnesses.  Workout For Wishes will be an upbeat, fun, family- friendly, fat burning, muscle More...

SMHC to partner with coast marathon

Southern Maine Health Care announced its partnership with the Maine Coast Marathon to be held on Sunday, May 11. More...

Graves Library to host garden program

Graves Memorial Library in Kennebunkport will host a Kids’ Garden Program 3 to 4 p.m. four consecutive Wednesdays March 26 through April 16. Attend one class or all four sessions.  The schedule:   More...

Senior Center accepting scholarship applications

The Senior Center at Lower Village is accepting applications for the Hartley Lord Scholarship of $1,000.  The annual award is offered to any person who has been accepted by an accredited college or university and is pursuing studies in a field t More...

Fuel funds

Southern Maine Health Care’s President and CEO Ed McGeachey recently presented a check for $1,000 to Barbara Wentworth, president and CEO of the United Way of York County, for the Keep ME Warm More...

Honor Roll

Middle School of the Kennebunks

Second quarter  Eighth grade   More...