January 26, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Letters

Twirlers appreciate community support

To the editor:   The Kennebunk Twirlers would like to thank all the generous businesses and individuals who have supported us in our December calendar raffle.  Your donations of gift certificates and products have helped us greatly to defra More...

The hidden costs of deportation

To the editor: If you ever wondered what our Homeland Security actually does or in this case, should not have done, reference Boston Globe’s article dated Jan. 17 “Father too old for DACA.” More...

Why is pipe housing in front of high school?

To the editor: Now that the $50-plus-million school project in Kennebunk, Kennebunkport and Arundel is nearly complete (by most accounts it has been extremely successful), one has to wonder why the pump room (or pipe maze) is being constructed on the More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

Thursday, Jan. 25 Grief support group, 11 a.m., The Center, 175 Port Road, Kennebunk. The group is led by an advanced practice psychiatric nurse who has extensive experience in this area. FMI, call 967- 8514. More...

Arundel town hall group selected

ARUNDEL — With a dozen Arundel residents expressing interest in being named to an ad hoc committee to plan design and build a new town hall, selectmen hit upon a solution at their Jan. 24 meeting — appoint them all. More...

Obituaries

Nancy Dibble

Nancy Ann Dibble, 81, a resident of Kennebunk, died Thursday morning, Jan. 18, at her residence.  Nancy was born March 13, 1936 in Norwalk, Connecticut, the daughter of Kenneth Mather and Evelyne E. More...

Helen Dorr

Helen Moulton Dorr, 96, of Kennebunk’s Lower Village, died Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 at St. Andre’s Health Care Facility following a period of failing health, in the presence of her loving cousin Stephen.  More...

Sheila Swenson

Sheila Jane Kerr (Haglund) Swenson, 84 years old, a long-time resident of Kennebunk, died Tuesday Jan. 9, 2018 at her home surrounded by her family after a period of declining health. More...