April 24, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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Town wins Project Canopy grant

Kennebunkport to receive $4,919 from federal forestry assistance program

KENNEBUNKPORT — The trees in Kennebunkport are being brought into the 21st century, and are getting their own website to boot.  On April 9, the town won a $4,919 grant from Project Canopy, a community forestry program managed by the Maine More...

South Church helps out in Deep South

KENNEBUNKPORT — It’s been nearly a decade since Hurricane Katrina tore through the Gulf Coast, leaving broken homes and shattered dreams in its wake, and, hard as it may be to fathom, some victims are still homeless.  But thankfully, More...

Presidential hopeful visits Maine

Bob Ehrlich, right, the former governor of Maryland and four-term U.S. Congressman, poses with Bob Ferns of Wells during a speech Saturday before the York County Republican Committee. More...

Port petitions to pull out of RSU 21

June town meeting to include referendum on withdrawal

KENNEBUNKPORT — A long Patriot’s Day weekend was all it took for a group of Kennebunkport residents to start the process of pulling out from RSU 21.  That, and eight more signatures.  More...

Letters

Time for school project is now

To the editor:   I am an Arundel resident with a thirdgrader and a second-grader in the Mildred L. Day School and I am asking voters to support the upcoming school renovation project vote on June 9, 2015. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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