October 3, 2014 RSS feed / Letters

Candidate would help Maine help itself

To the editor:   As active and retired business men and women in our community, we believe that Diane Denk, candidate for Maine House District 9 (Kennebunkport and parts of Kennebunk and Biddeford) would be an excellent legislator, who would hel More...

Letters display lack of knowledge

To the editor:   I’m taken by recent letters supporting the prohibition of certain bear hunting methods by folks from away that employ conjecture with no basis in fact, and those from here that profess the presently lawful methods are unne More...

Voters should consider baiting facts

To the editor:   On Nov. 4, Mainers can cast their votes on Question 1 based on sound science and factual information or they can cast their votes based on an emotional wave the yes supporters are trying to create and ride to victory.   More...

Heritage Day a success thanks to sponsors, participants

To the editor:   The Arundel Historical Society hosted its second annual Heritage Day on Sept. 20 and it was well attended and enjoyed by all who participated.  More...

Board OKs mobile vendor moratorium

Town wants to study impact of “peddlers and street vendors” at pavilion site

KENNEBUNK — The board of selectmen voted unanimously on Tuesday to put a temporary moratorium on all mobile vendors at the Waterhouse Center in downtown Kennebunk.  More...