The Literary Feast, Brunch Edition, scheduled for Sunday, November 9 at the Kennebunk Free Library, 112 Main Street has been canceled. The event will be rescheduled at a later date. Watch for the anno
WINDHAM - The Windham Town Council has unanimously adopted a Complete Streets policy, encouraging the development and improvement of town streets and roadways that are accessible to bicyclists and ped
Windham residents Kate Brix, Dawn Dillon and Pete Heanssler are running uncontested for re-election to seats representing Windham on the Regional School Unit 14 Board of Directors.
James Hamper, R
NEW GLOUCESTER - The Gray-New Gloucester Teachers’ Association, embroiled in stalled contract negotiations with the School Administrative District 15 Board of Directors, is seeking to gain an upper ha
WINDHAM - The Maine Department of Transportation has completed a rut removal project at the intersection of routes 115, 35 and 302 in North Windham, known as Boody’s Corner, that was put on hold last
RAYMOND - On Election Day, Raymond voters will determine whether to move forward in the lengthy process of withdrawing from Regional School Unit 14.
Kennebunk has been a getaway destination for Dr. Patricia Leavy and her husband and daughter for quite some time, prompting them to buy a vacation home a few years ago. After spending an entire summer
Does size matter? It does when it comes to the cost of electricity in Maine, which is going up early next year. But not necessarily in the way one might assume.
KENNEBUNK - Bill Allaire still remembers a call he received 17 years ago as clearly as if it had happened yesterday.
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