Please remember that these times can vary as much as five minutes more or less, due to road conditions, morning or afternoon practices, traffic, number of students, etc. so plan to be at your stop before the time indicated.
Times are subject to change, depending on ridership/weather. Routes run in reverse in the afternoon.
Lincoln Academy ninth-graders start school on Tuesday, Aug. 30, and upper-class students return Wednesday, Aug. 31. Ninth-grade orientation will begin on Tuesday, Aug. 30. Freshmen should report to the LA gym at 7:50 a.m. that day, and they will be dismissed at 2:35 p.m. The following day — Wednesday, Aug. 31 — seniors will spend all day, from 7:50 a.m. to 2:35 p.m., at Kieve-Wavus Education Center participating in team-building activities, while sophomores and juniors will have a half day, from 7:50-11:40 a.m., on campus. Ninth-graders should report to school in the afternoon of Aug. 31 from 3-5 p.m. only. Parents of ninth-graders are invited to a parent meeting at 5 p.m., where they can meet their student’s advisor and hear about the year to come.
Routes run in reverse in the afternoon. Times are subject to change depending on ridership and weather.
The Maine State Council of the Society for Human Resources Management recently announced finalists in the 11th annual Best Places to Work in Maine program. The 2016 Best Places to Work in Maine list recognizes companies that have established and consistently fostered outstanding workplace environments.
The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry announces the award of nearly $186,280 for five projects along the Maine coast. The funds, from the DACF Maine Coastal Program, are awarded through the DACF Municipal Planning Assistance Program. The chosen projects will support the coastal economy by helping to enhance fish and shellfish harvests, reduce beach closures, increase public coastal access, revitalize coastal downtowns, and protect island transportation assets.
Note: All times are approximate and subject to change. Please allow 10 minutes either way.
Brother and sister Jacob Maker and Claire Libby were both recipients of the President’s Volunteer Service Award on Friday evening at Thornton Academy in Saco. Their combined efforts of community service equaled more than 265 hours of service in Maine. The awards were given through Crossroads Youth Center, a certifying organization of the award.
Sen. Chris Johnson, D-Somerville, will hold his monthly office hours on Saturday, Aug. 27 at three locations around the region:
Back Meadow/Egypt/Standpipe Road
Bus #1 Charlotte
Locals and tourists flocking to the coast to eat fresh shellfish may not know about costs and risks that aquaculturists encounter getting the seafood to the table. One of the biggest issues for aquaculture farmers is selecting lease sites without knowing the physics and biology of the estuary environment, which can result in unpredictable productivity.
Women, Infants, and Children is a nonprofit supplemental food and nutrition program assisting income eligible families. WIC provides supplemental food packages, breastfeeding support, free nutrition information, and guidance and referrals to other community programs to:
The placement of campaign posters and signs is subject to statutory and regulatory guidelines and requirements.
Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education is pleased to have Dr. Carrie Werner as the guest speaker at its upcoming Lyme support meeting from 6-8 p.m., Tuesday, July 26 at the Wiscasset Community Center, 242 Gardiner Road, Wiscasset.
The Newcastle Board of Selectmen will hold a special meeting to discuss the recent opening of the deputy town clerk’s position and road repairs at the town office at 7 p.m., Monday, July 18.