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Trustee race promises generational impact

KENNEBUNK — Of all the political contests on local ballots June 9, the one that promises the greatest impact may be the race for a seat on the Kennebunk Light and Power District Board of Trustees. More...

Selectmen candidates lay out positions

The June 9 election in Kennebunk offers voters a chance to turn over as much as 43 percent of their local board of selectmen, with three of seven seats up for grabs. More...

Library to host presidential historian

American author, presidential historian Douglas Brinkley will speak at a special fundraising event for Kennebunkport’s Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library on June 25 at Kennebunk River Club Casino. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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RSU 21 candidates champion bond

If voters in the three towns that make up RSU 21 were hoping to shake up the status quo on the school board, they’re unlikely to get their wish with the June 9 elections. More...

Letters

Behind teen center would be ‘excellent’ place for skatepark

To the editor:   Referendum Question 9 concerning skateboard park renovations is confusing, and signs around town aren’t helping the situation. More...

High school needs renovation; no more ‘Band-Aids’

To the editor:   We, as representatives of the student body, feel compelled to voice the opinion of many residing students and alumni of Kennebunk High School.  After the failed attempt of the capital renovation referendum in January of 201 More...

Playground and skatepark works

To the editor:   I want the skatepark in Parson’s Field.  I don’t like skateboarding, so when my brother and dad are skateboarding, I can play on the playground.  Please vote yes on Question 9. More...