September 18, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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Business helps make wishes come true

ARUNDEL — After just five months of raising funds, an Arundel business has become the top new donor to Make-AWish Maine, and one of its top five donors overall.  AIM Recycling, located at 224 Portland Road in Arundel, began raising money f More...

Arundel Historical Society nets $1,200 gift

ARUNDEL — Just in time for the town’s big centennial celebration Sept. More...

Community News

All-Dylan concert postponed   First Person Plural’s all-Dylan concert scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 19 at the Unitarian Church in Kennebunk has been postponed to Saturday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the same location. More...

Local students score big on standardized testing

With the format of Maine’s annual testing of public school students being a one-and-done affair, it’s hard to make much of the results. Still, one thing is clear, RSU 21 students performed much better than their peers statewide.  More...

Town House School saved ... for now

KENNEBUNKPORT — The last remaining oneroom schoolhouse in Kennebunkport has been given a year-long reprieve from demolition, but that may do little good once the snow starts piling up.  More...

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Things to Do

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