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Officer Matthew Harrington conducted a traffic stop on Fletcher Street, in the area of Ross Road, at approximately 6:53 p.m. on Saturday, July 26, meeting the male operator and obtaining the necessary documents before returning to his cruiser to run a license check.
She was born in Worcester to Jane and Joseph Porter, and lived much of her life in Westborough, where she retired from Bay State Abrasives.
A little girl approached the community garden at Carpentier Park and checked out the purple-pink mallows with Kim Schutsky, the food project coordinator for Partners for a Hunger-Free York County.
The Animal Welfare Society will receive an item on its "wish list" this weekend.
Maine Citizens Against Handgun Violence is endorsing independent gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler, with long-time board member Bill Harwood touting Cutler's decision not to shy away from the issue.
Harry E. Wieczorek, 83, a resident of Kennebunk, died Wednesday, July 9, 2014, at the Gosnell Memorial Hospice House in Scarborough, following a long period of failing health.
Mary Corcoran Hartingh, 96, a resident of Kennebunk, passed away peacefully Sunday, July 13, 2014, at her home - after living, in her words, "a grand adventure," on this earth.
The top 10 earners for 2013 include Finance Director Joel Downs earning $83,554.50, Town Engineer/Community Development Director Christopher Osterrieder at $78,997.54 and Fire Chief Stephen Nichols earning $77,393.20, who retired this year.
The Kennebunk and Kennebunkport Boards of Selectmen last week discussed a reciprocal beach parking agreement, with differing opinions and outcomes.
Chiara Klein, managing artistic director of the troupe that has been putting on shows at Lafayette Park here since 2011, got her first exposure to Shakespeare when she was 14 years old and saw an outdoor play, which ultimately led to a career in theater.
The RSU 21 Board of Directors got a look at renovation plans for Kennebunkport Consolidated and Mildred L. Day School earlier this week, the board's first look at reduced scope plans since a failed January vote.
Wayne worked as a meat cutter for Shield's Meats in Kennebunk for many years, and was most recently employed as a manager of the meat department at Hannaford in Kennebunk.
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Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:29 am
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