December 12, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Community

Superintendent applications trickling in

KENNEBUNK – The search for a new superintendent to lead Regional School Unit 21 has yielded two applications.  Ads were posted just before Thanksgiving on a number of national online platforms such as SchoolSpring.com and Schools.com, said More...

Copter project highlights AutoCAD use

KENNEBUNK – Many students are reaping the benefits as the curriculum that integrates science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) has strengthened in the classroom.  Alan Carp, STEM coordinator at Kennebunk High School, is teaching an More...

Town named in settlement request

The town of Arundel has received a $2.5 million request for settlement stemming from a Sept. 24 mutual aid call to a home on Christopher Road in Kennebunk, according to Town Manager Todd Shea.  More...

Grist Mill delayed again

Residents continue to voice concerns over plans for River Heritage Educational Center

KENNEBUNKPORT – Planning board members continued Wednesday, Dec. More...

Manager recants public comments

ARUNDEL — While it is not unusual for public employees to say things they wish they had not, it’s far less common to see one offer an official retraction.  More...

People

Post seeks Great Person nominations

It’s time to submit nominations for the Post’s Great Person Award. More...

Things to Do

Thursday, Dec. 11

Christmas tree sales, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., The New School, Route 1 Kennebunk. Fundraiser for The New School scholarship fund.  More...

Friday, Dec. 12

Christmas tree sales, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., The New School, Route 1 Kennebunk. Fundraiser for The New School scholarship fund.  Brick oven pizza night, 5 to 7 p.m., The New School, Route 1, Kennebunk. Many types of pizza, salads and drinks.  More...

Saturday, Dec. 13

Polar Express Party, 10 to 11 a.m., Children (and parents) invited to wear their pajamas to the museum to hear a reading of The Polar Express, enjoy hot chocolate, and create a takehome craft. More...