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Molly Lovell-Keely

Molly Lovell-Keely, managing editor at Mainely Media LLC, has been with the company since 2005 where she started as a reporter for the Kennebunk Post. She has reported for or edited all of the company's papers at one time or another.

She received her associate degree in liberal arts from Cottey College in Nevada, Mo., a two-year women's school. She went on to receive her bachelor's degree in media studies at the University of Southern Maine.

If she didn't work for a newspaper, Molly says she would pursue a career that involves animals. She lives with a sun conure, cat, leopard gecko, hermit crabs and four parakeets in addition to her husband, Brian, who owns a restaurant in downtown Biddeford, and her stepdaughter, Brianna. 

Molly is president of PEO Chapter E, Kennebunk ( and a founding member of Pepperell Mills Paranormal Ghost Tours.

Dan King

Dan King is editor for the Scarborough Leader and Kennebunk Post. He has been with Mainely Media LLC since August 2010. King’s career in the newspaper business spans 27 years as a reporter, photographer and editor. He worked for community daily papers in Clinton and Belvidere, Ill., before moving back to Maine in 1995. He has worked for the New York Times, Journal Transcripts, Courier Publications and Seacoast Media Group in Maine. 

King is a graduate of St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., and earned a master’s degree from Delta State University in Cleveland, Miss. He lives in Kennebunk with his wife and two children. He is an avid runner with plans to complete his third and fourth marathons in 2016.

Abigail Worthing

Staff Writer
Biddeford-Saco-OOB Courier
Mainely Media
(Office) 207-780-9026

Abigail Worthing is the staff writer covering Biddeford, Saco, and Old Orchard Beach for the Courier, as well as occasionally contributing to the Scarborough Leader, South Portland and Cape Elizabeth Sentry and Kennebunk Post. 

Abigail recently returned from three years living in Los Angeles, spending time working and exploring the West Coast after graduating with her bachelors degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Southern Maine. Abigail was born and raised in Arundel, and graduated from Thornton Academy. She is an avid traveler, and has driven cross-country four times, visited 44 states, and backpacked through Europe.

Despite her love for traveling, Abigail has enjoyed becoming reacquainted with her hometown. Now living in Saco, she is constantly amazed and impressed at the amount of revitalization in the area, and feels fortunate to be covering an area so dear to her. 

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