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New battle emerges at Goose Rocks Beach

KENNEBUNKPORT — There’s a new battle emerging for access to Goose Rocks Beach, but this time everyone agrees on who the interlopers are, and why they have to go.  That’s because the invaders are invasive plants such as oriental More...

Photo

Some of 50 employees from Liberty Mutual Insurance who volunteered for spring cleanup duty at the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust Friday, May 8, as part of the company’s annual “Serve wi More...

Get involved

Anyone willing to help clean invasive plants from Kennebunkport Conservation Trust lots on Goose Rocks Beach Saturday, May 16, should sign up at the trust’s website, www.kporttrust.org/invasivecleanupday, or by emailing lisa@kctoffice.org.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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Distant shores

Brian Post (Bib No. 1850) and a ribbon of runners fill Fletcher Street in Kennebunk at the start of Sunday’s Maine Coast Marathon. More...

Letters

Support ranked-choice voting process

To the editor: We have the power to change voting in Maine. More...

Undecided on school vote? Tour the schools

To the editor:   Taxpayers take notice: residents of Kennebunk/Arundel/Kennebunkport are you aware RSU 21 is highly recognized and awarded for their academics year after year? More...

Citizens urged to attend river meeting

To the editor:   On the heels of the poorly run Kennebunk selectmen’s meeting on March 31, it looks like a first-rate opportunity is ahead where folks will finally be able to learn a lot about the Mousam River and the fate of the three dam More...

Obituaries

Mary Brinckloe

Mary Ellen Brinckloe, 81, of Kennebunk, passed away on May 9, 2015 at her home. She was born in Flushing, New York, daughter of Harry and Roberta (Mercer) Jockers. More...

Post obituary policy

The Kennebunk Post publishes obituaries for residents of the newspaper’s coverage area.  Paid obituaries may include a photograph of the deceased, funeral information and more personal remembrances.  For more information about obituar More...