May 2, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Selectmen move forward on TIF proposal

ARUNDEL — The Board of Selectmen, on Monday night, continued turning the wheels of the town’s tax increment financing district (Arundel Seasonal Cottages Preserve) and approved the recommendation that $5 million of the total projected tax More...

Town schedules well water testing

The town of Kennebunkport will host a well water test day 9 to 11 a.m. May 17. More...

Museum offers estate planning seminar

The Brick Store Museum announced plans to extend an invitation to area residents to hear three experts from the law firm of Bergen and Parkinson in an informal discussion of what needs to be considered when planning an estate. More...

Kids Free to Grow receives grant

Kids Free to Grow announced it has been awarded a one-year grant from the United Way of York County totaling $25,590. The investment will help prevent child abuse in York County.  More...

Quest names sales and marketing manager

Richard Evans, managing partner of Quest Fitness, recently named Kennebunk resident Joyce Robillard to the newly-created position of Sales and Marketing Manager at Quest Fitness.  More...

Building Community, one garden at a time

The Park Street School Community Garden welcomes new community gardeners for the 2014 growing season. With the addition of the Park Street School site in 2013, Kennebunk now has two community gardens.  More...

The New School schedules open house for May 3

The New School, an independent high school, will host a spring open house for prospective students and the general public 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 3. More...

May Day Festival set for Saturday

Kennebunk’s 16th annual May Day Festival will be held Saturday, May 3 and promises to be a full-day of family-friendly fun activities throughout downtown Kennebunk. More...

The Hive plans May Day Festival events

The Hive, located at 84 Main Street, will host a Mad Hatter Tea Party, beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 3. This event will include tea, treats, and costumed fun. More...

College announces student of the year

York County Community College announced that Rhonda Phillips-Perseille has been named student of the year. More...

Vacation visit

Maine Game Warden Rick LaFlamme of Arundel visited the Arundel Parks and Recreation Department during April Vacation Week to explore the Eastern Trail with children. More...

KBIA ready for another summer of recreation

Registration is open for the 104th season at the Kennebunk Beach Improvement Association. More...

The Hive plans Spring Thaw poetry event for May 7

The Hive in Kennebunk will host poet Colin Sargent at 7 p.m. May 7 for its Spring Thaw poetry event.  More...

Plunging for Iceland

Students and two instructors from the University of New England participated in an April 1 polar plunge on campus. The plunge was to raise awareness and funds for their May 10-17 trip to Iceland. More...