Just six weeks after Lisbon police officers were given naloxone, officers used the medication to prevent an opioid overdose death.
Last week, Sgt. Ryan Mc- Gee responded to a suspected overdose, finding a 32-year-old male unresponsive. After performing CPR, he administered naloxone. The drug counteracts the effects of an overdose.
Are public schools doing enough to take care of students’ health needs, especially as they grow in magnitude and complexity?
Schools’ responsibility for student health goes beyond simply checking temperatures and applying bandages to the occasionally sick students.
In an effort to see how our schools stack up, The Times Record compiled the following information about how many students are in each school, as well as school nurses and other staff members that work to meet their health needs.
Brunswick School Department
BOWDOINHAM — State Police say a Richmond man was killed late Friday night when his pickup truck crashed into trees off Interstate 295.
“Icons/Maine” is the theme of the first of seven shows slated for the Kefauver Studio & Gallery this season.
The Kefauver Studio & Gallery, Damariscotta, is calling for artists to participate in the “Icons/Maine” show.
This is the first show of the 2018 season, and runs from June 1 to July 1.
A solo art show by Morse High School senior Logan Howard is about to be on display at Patten Free Library.
The show will open with a 4 p.m. reception Tuesday in the library’s Community Room. The exhibition is free and open to the public during regular library hours, and will be on display through June 11.
It will be a varied selection for the program presented by the Coastal Youth Orchestra during its spring concert next week.
The free concert will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Midcoast Presbyterian Church on Main Street.
DEAR ABBY: I have a great marriage to an amazing woman. We have beautiful kids and are really happy together. The issue, however, is my in-laws. We are complete opposites in personality and certain views.
Parking won’t be an issue for people coming out to Maine State Music Theatre shows this season.
A complimentary free shuttle will be available for all 24 performances of each main stage show during the 60th anniversary season, carrying passengers from Bowdoin College to the Pickard Theater.
Spindleworks is putting out a call for art for its 8th annual All Species Art Show.
The exhibit — “Waterways” — will raise funds for the Cathance River Education Alliance. It will be on display at the Frontier Café, at 14 Maine St., from June 4 through August 6.
CREA will received a donation of 30 percent from each sale of artwork.
ARIES – MAR 21/APR 20 Aries, soon you will be able to clarify your thinking and articulate your needs to others. Until then, you need to wait for an opportunity to share your point of view.
TAURUS – APR 21/MAY 21 Taurus, if you have been struggling with a challenging situation, you’ll get some much-needed support this week. Use the break to treat yourself to something special.
Christine DeTroy Jr. of Dresden has been the director and producer of the Mid-coast Altered Couture Contest since she started the event eight years ago. Part-reality show, part-local fashion extravaganza, Altered Couture brings local designers from throughout the community to create garments inspired by a central theme to a live audience and panel of judges.