March 13, 2015 RSS feed / Community

Concert series to feature Irish trio

To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, the Concerts in West K! More...

Church plans St. Pat’s concert, supper

Christ Church in Kennebunk will present its fifth annual St. Patrick’s Concert and Supper on Saturday, March 14. The concert begins at 4 p.m. with the supper following at 5:30 p.m. More...

Library seeks applicants for board of trustees

The Kennebunk Free Library board of trustees is currently welcoming individuals with a passion for their local library to apply to join the board of trustees. More...

Exhibit illustrates town’s history in 50 objects

The Brick Store Museum’s newest exhibit, Kennebunk History in 50 Objects, opened Jan. 23. More...

AWS in running for funds

The Animal Welfare Society of West Kennebunk is in the running for a $10,000 donation, one which area residents can help it win.  More...

MSK mathletes score big

Andrew Ladd, a seventhgrader at the Middle School of the Kennebunks is set to represent Maine at the national MathCounts competition in Boston this May. More...

Despite effort, bite goes out of state dog bill

The best efforts of Arundel resident Stacy Gile to win recognition for the Labrador retriever as the official state dog of Maine appears to have fallen before legislative malaise.  More...

Library to host student art exhibit

An exhibition entitled “Children’s Vision VI” by students from Sea Road School, Kennebunk Elementary School, Mildred L. More...

Southern Maine Health Care launches baby photo contest

SMHC is encouraging parents to share favorite photos of their pride and joy through an online contest called Oh Baby! More...

Applications available for 2015 Kids Can Grow program

Applications are available for University of Maine Cooperative Extension’s 2015 Kids Can Grow youth gardening program in York County. More...

Town announces posted roads

The town of Kennebunk has posted 13 roads, banning all vehicles weighing more than 23,000 pounds from them until April 30.  More...

Student invited to state Geo bee

Nathaniel Durham, an eighth-grade student at the Middle School of the Kennebunks, is moving up in the world.  Durham is one of 100 students invited to participate in the 2015 Maine National Geographic State Bee in Farmington, March 27.  More...

Popularity of pavilion poses parking problems

Growing use of Kennebunk’s new Waterhouse Pavilion, not to mention recent business openings, is changing the flow of traffic downtown, creating a shortage of parking.  “Everybody’s growing and that’s a good thing,” More...