January 9, 2015 RSS feed / Community

Waterhouse advertising topic of debate

Officials discuss methods for making use of ice and Zamboni space

KENNEBUNK — With the newly opened Waterhouse Center turning out to be a sort of crown jewel of the downtown area, policies and procedures are falling into place over its operation. More...

Library to host Russian program

Kennebunk Free Library will host members of the Russian community of Portland on Saturday, Jan. 10, at 1 p.m. The snow date is Saturday, Jan. More...

The New School to host contra dance

Contra dancing is as old as New England and a pot pie dinner is as traditional. Students at The New School in Kennebunk will offer both on Saturday, Jan. More...

Kindergarten registration planned for Jan. 23

Kennebunk Elementary School will hold kindergarten registration for the school year 2015-16 on Friday, Jan. 23. Children must be 5 years of age by Oct. More...

Senior Center to host elder scam discussion

Financial advisor Josh Patterson from the Edward Jones Kennebunk office will be at the Senior Center at Lower Village on Wednesday, Jan. 14 at 10 a.m. More...

Bus association salutes Christmas Prelude

The American Bus Association announced that Christmas Prelude, sponsored by the Kennebunkport Business Association, has been designated as one of the Top 100 events in North America for 2015 by a tourism industry selection committee.  More...

Kennebunkport resident wins 2014 Great Person Award

Robert Convery, 78, is the winner of the Post’s annual ‘Great Person’ balloting.  More...

Deep freeze

Jan Artushin of Michigan frantically dries off after emerging from the water during Caring Unlimited’s 14th annual Atlantic Plunge, held New Year’s Day at Gooch’s Beach in Kennebunk More...

Board approves driver drug test policy

All commercial drivers would be subjected to random testing

KENNEBUNK — The Kennebunk Board of Selectmen voted 6-1 at its Dec. 9 meeting to adopt a new drug-testing policy covering any employee holding a commercial driver’s license (CDL).  More...

Town moves forward on wayfinding signs

KENNEBUNK — The Kennebunk Board of Selectmen is doing all it can to disprove that old Maine expression, “You can’t get there from here.”  At its most recent meeting, the board voted unanimously to approve final design cha More...

AFIO schedules meeting for Jan. 17

The next meeting of Association of Former Intelligence Officers will be 2 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 17 in the Brick Store Museum conference center.  More...

Seaglass Chorale puts out call for singers

Seaglass Performing Arts Chorale, conducted by Artistic Director Jean Strazdes, is looking for singers to join its musical community in preparation for the spring concert, “An Evening of Reflection and Meditation.”  The concert will More...

Second Mustang Challenge scheduled

Ever After Mustang Rescue will host its second annual Mustang Challenge this winter with trainer/author Chris Lombard at the Rescue, 463 West St, Biddeford.  Three people will work with three mustangs over the course of two months, helping the h More...

Hospital receives tobacco free award

Southern Maine Health Care was one of 31 Maine hospitals recently recognized by the Maine Tobacco Free Hospital Network, a program of the Breathe Easy Coalition of Maine, through the annual Gold Star Standards of Excellence program, during an event a More...

Library series begins Jan. 8

Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library will host a series focusing on long-term care, Medicare, retirement planning, estate planning and Social Security.  More...

Town accepts donations

Kennebunk Selectmen accepted two donations to the town’s emergency heating fund at their Dec. 9 meeting. The Rev. More...