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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.
Si was born Aug. 25, 1926, and grew up and lived most of his life in the New Bedford area of Massachusetts.
The Board of Selectmen heard differing opinions on fluoride in the town's drinking water last week and has scheduled a special meeting to continue discussions.
The replacement of the Mathew J. Lanigan Bridge is scheduled to start in late fall 2016 and could be a multi-year project, undoubtedly impacting the busy area connecting Kennebunk and Kennebunkport.
The 20th Annual Private Gardens of the Kennebunks Tour, a day of perusing through some of the most lavish and colorful gardens in Kennebunk and Kennebunkport, will take place this weekend.
Animal Welfare Society loves antiques - August 2 & 3 - Join us for the Annual Antique Show at Kennebunk High School on Saturday, Aug. 2 from 10-5 and Sunday, Aug. 3 from 10 - 4. The Animal Welfare Society thanks Goosefare Antiques for allowing us to have a booth at the show and for the generous donation from a portion of the admissions revenue.
The community came together to help a bright-eyed little boy last year, and it made such a difference, it's happening all over again this year.
Walking Mary Home, the first in a series of yearly events to honor the life of Kennebunk teenager Mary Ellen Tanner, who was killed 36 years ago, was held Monday evening, July 7. Supporters of the group Justice for Mary met at the Rotary Park Gazebo in Kennebunk near the area where Tanner was last reported being seen alive and where the Mary Ellen ... (more)
As you know, Heartwood College of Art moved from its old location in Kennebunk to the North Dam Mill in Biddeford.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 09:47 am
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