||Publisher: Carol Brennan
Carol is a
resident of Wells, who has entered the newspaper
business as a second career after retiring with over 35 years at
Raytheon Manufacturing Company. Her
tenure at Raytheon was spent primarily in the purchasing department as
a buyer and customer service
representative. She is a native of Lawrence, Massachusetts
in the Merrimack Valley where she attended both high school and college.
Manager: Dan Brennan
Dan lives in the Concordeville section of York where he enjoys the ocean and other outdoor activities with his two sons. He grew up locally as well, since he lived in Wells during the 1980s and was a member of their Fire Department. Today, he is responsible for accounts in both the Weekly Sentinel in Maine and its affiliate, the Granite State Sentinel in New Hampshire.
Manager: David Kennedy
David is a
combat veteran of the Vietnam Conflict and was
Honorably Discharged from the U.S. Marine Corp. He went to New
Hampshire College and graduated with a business degree, receiving
Honors. He has worked for a local newspaper for 30 years and has lived
in South Berwick for just as long (after moving from the Mid-West).
His lengthy marriage has blessed him with two kids and four
||Copy Editor: Ethan Bukowiec
Ethan is a recent graduate of Suffolk University in Boston where he received a degree in Journalism. He has written for outlets such as NESN.com and The Boston Globe and is happy to have the opportunity to begin his Journalism career at The Weekly Sentinel. Ethan is a current resident of York and a native of Massachusetts. In addition to his love of writing, he also enjoys improv comedy. He was a member of his college improv group and competed on the national level in Chicago in three out of the four years of his undergrad. He is thankful for all of the kind and genuine community members he has met through this job and their help in The Weekly Sentinel’s success.
||Sports Editor and Contributing Writer:
A native of
Pennsylvania, Larry first came to the Seacoast area as an Air Force
medic at Pease AFB. He has spent over 40 years in the newspaper
business, retiring in 2001 from The Portsmouth Herald after positions
such as Sports Editor, City Editor, Op/Ed Editor and Maine Bureau
Chief. He was named New Hampshire Sportswriter of the Year ten times,
and in 1996 was named New England Journalist of the Year by the New
England Press Association. Since retiring he has done freelance work
for several area publications. He lives in York and has been married to wife Rose Ann for 48 years.
They have a grown daughter, Laura. He is an avid reader, golfer and
musician. He enjoys playing his keyboard and sings with the First
Parish Church choir and in a men’s ensemble, the Bow Tie
||Contributing Writer: Scott Andrews
been writing about theater and the performing arts since 1987 and has
authored more than 1000 articles in well-known publications. Occasional
assignments include pieces for The Associated Press and the Maine
Tourism Association. He received his education from the University of
Chicago, completing not only a Bachelor’s degree but also an M.B.A.
||Contributing Writer: Adam Marletta
Adam Marletta - the grandson of Kennebunkport reporter, Italia Marletta - has written news, features and reviews for a number of papers in Maine and New Hampshire. Adam received his B.A. in Communication Studies from Colby-Sawyer College, and a master’s degree in Communication & Journalism from the University of Maine. While studying at UMaine, he worked as a graduate teaching assistant, teaching classes in journalistic writing. In his free time, Adam enjoys literature, film, theater and Bob Dylan. He maintains, in an era of digital transition, there is still no substitute for a physical newspaper.
||Contributing Writer: Susan Richardson
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||Contributing Writer: Kimberly Bell
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Director and Graphic Artist:
graduated in December 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts degree
in Fine Arts from the University of New Mexico, and an Associates
degree in Computing Technology from the Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute. She is glad to be back from New Mexico, living not far from her hometown of South Berwick where she can spend time with family and the Atlantic Ocean.
||Graphic Artist: Jen Wilson
Jen graduated from The University of Maine in Orono in 1985 with a degree in journalism and has been designing newspaper ads locally ever since. She lives in Wells with her husband and two sons.
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