April 3, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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Neighbors circulate skatepark petition

KENNEBUNK — Opponents of plans to build a 7,100-square-foot concrete skate park at Parsons Field are not letting any grass grow under their feet when it comes to blocking disruption at the town’s historic green space.  More...

Kennebunk eyes new public safety building

Board of selectmen create exploration committee

KENNEBUNK — While most local taxpayers weigh a $56.5 million June bond vote – designed to pay for renovations to three RSU 21 school buildings – municipal officials in Kennebunk are eyeballing a major construction project of their o More...

Teen board meeting set

Students in grades 6-12 are invited to be part of the Teen Advisory Board at Kennebunk Free Library. The next meeting is Tuesday, April 7 at 3:30 p.m. More...

Final town budget numbers are in

KENNEBUNK — There was no public comment March 24 at a hearing on Kennebunk’s 2016 annual budget, but that didn’t stop selectmen from weighing in, with at least one decrying the $11.74 million spending plan.  “I have incre More...

Board OKs highest cruiser price

KENNEBUNK — The Kennebunk Board of Selectmen purchased two new police cruisers at its March 10 meeting, taking the highest of four bids submitted, which was for nearly $1,000 more than they had initially budgeted.  More...

Things to Do

Thursday, April 2

Job fair, 2 to 6 p.m. , Kennebunk Town Hall, Main St., Kennebunk. Hosted by Kennebunk-Kennebunkport-Arundel Chamber of Commerce. Employers and job seekers invited. Free. To RSVP or FMI, call 967-0857.  More...

Friday, April 3

Holy Week service, noon, Kennebunk Baptist Church, 77 Main St., Kennebunk. “Bringing Peace and Healing to Mankind,” the Rev. Dan Moore. FMI, call 985-5921.  More...

Saturday, April 4

Easter eve service, 7:30 p.m., St. David’s Episcopal Church, Route 1 south, Kennebunk. The service begins in total darkness, followed by the lighting of candles and ending with the brightness and joy of Easter. More...