February 16, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

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Linden tree at Fletcher and Main comes down

One of Kennebunk’s more recognizable landmarks came down Saturday, as the town ordered the removal of the tree at the corner of Fletcher and Main streets, near Kennebunk Free Library.  The European littleleaf Linden, an ornamental flowerin More...

Community News

AFIO schedules next public meeting for Saturday   More...

Obituaries

Robert Worthing, Jr.

Robert Douglas Worthing, Jr., 56, of Waterboro, passed suddenly on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018 at home with his family by his side.  Rob was born in Biddeford on Sept. 25, 1961, to Judith (Kimball) Dickinson and Robert D. Worthing, Sr.  More...

Kennebunkport makes project plans

KENNEBUNKPORT — With budget season just around the corner, Kennebunkport selectmen have begun to study the town’s fiveyear capital improvement projects (CIP) plan, which envisions spending $2.62 million on infrastructure projects during t More...

Ordinance updates on tap

KENNEBUNKPORT — When Kennebunkport residents gather for their annual town meeting in June they’ll be faced with a series of at least six ordinance updates put forward for their approval.  All are fairly boilerplate, however, describe More...

Letters

Democratic caucus scheduled for March 4

To the editor:   More...

Land trusts work for Maine

To the editor: Recently, there has been increased interest in Maine’s land trusts. As an advocate of land conservation, the Kennebunk Land Trust (KLT) welcomes the attention. More...

Motivation for ranked choice voting is election by majority

To the editor:   The outcome of the People’s Veto, which puts ranked choice voting into effect for the June primaries, is a victory for Maine voters.  More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

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