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BOWLING SOON — Although renovations are still underway and final code enforcement and fire safety inspections are pending, Kennebunk selectmen have issued liquor and amusement licenses for Garden Street Bowl, the much-anticipated bowling alley More...

Train station options delivered to selectmen

KENNEBUNK — When Kennebunk interim economic development director Jim Black rose to update selectmen on the status of a proposed Amtrak train stop in town, one of the first things he said was what he was not going to say. More...

Color bank

A group of trees blaze in the autumn sun near Gooch’s Beach a few days before Monday’s storm blew down many of the leaves. (Kevin A. Byron photo) More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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Kennebunk to dig for a ‘hidden gem’

KENNEBUNK — The town of Kennebunk has what has been called a “hidden gem” right in the middle of the town, but putting the shine back on that amenity will require substantial digging.  More...

Town takes a pass on flood map appeal

KENNEBUNK — A popular baseball bromide says that a tie goes to the runner. But in municipal politics, a tie goes to the status quo, even though the opposite motion was made. More...

Letters

Recreation of boats a worthy endeavor

To the editor:   More...

Time for leaders to address climate change

To the editor:   Maine’s Sen. Susan Collins (R) and her colleague Sen. More...

Question 1 a bad deal for southern Maine

I was saddened to see the spread of yes on 1 signs on Route 1 in Wells and Kennebunk. More...

Obituaries

Julius Palmero

After a brave battle with cancer, Julius Carmen Palmero, 85, of Kennebunk died at home on Oct. 27, 2017 surrounded by his loving family.  Julius was born at home on Jan. More...

Paul Chisholm

Chief Paul David Chisholm, Hyannis Fire Department, retired, a resident of Goose Rocks Beach and longtime professional firefighter, died Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017 at his residence surrounded by his loving family. More...

Lois Day

Lois Krippendorf Day, born in Boston, to the late William P. and Beatrice Donohue, Krippendorf of Swampscott, Massachusetts, passed away peacefully after a long illness on Oct. 8. More...