June 19, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Community

Police warn of ‘transient sellers’

KENNEBUNK — Following the arrest of two men last week for attempting to scam an elderly resident out of more than $5,000, Kennebunk police are warning locals to beware of so-called ‘transient sellers.’”  More...

Land trust launches capital campaign

Kennebunk Land Trust announced that it will embark on a 2015-16 capital campaign to fund the acquisition and conservation of a parcel of land in Kennebunk. More...

News Briefs

New board chairman in Kennebunkport   Kennebunkport selectmen held a special meeting Saturday, June 13, to decide who will hold the gavel for the coming fiscal year.  That honor went unanimously to Sheila Matthews-Bull. More...

Lookout considered for bridge

Kennebunk and Kennebunkport selectmen weigh add-ons for new bridge

Selectmen from Kennebunk and Kennebunkport are considering add-ons to the Mathew J. Lanigan Bridge when it is rebuilt in 2017.   More...

Permits needed at Parsons Beach

KENNEBUNK — The days of free parking for people trying to beat the heat at Parsons Beach have come to an end.  At its June 9 meeting, the, Kennebunk Board of Selectmen voted unanimously 5-0, with Kevin Donovan and Christopher Cluff absent, More...

Columns

Cooking on Purpose

Not your run of the mill rhubarb

Rhubarb is a vegetable, similar to celery. However, in 1947 a New York court decided that because it was used as a fruit (in pies and cakes) it was a fruit.  Fruit or vegetable, it is delicious and very versatile. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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