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The town missed the red flags on the record of a 21-year-old man hired to transport young campers, calling attention to other southern Maine towns' methods. [Read More]
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New Hampshire State Police reported that John Guy, 21, suffered a medical event before the crash, but did not specify what the medical issue was.. Maine news, sports, politics, election results, and obituaries from the Bangor Daily News. [Read More]
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10:30 a.m. Madison's Café 12 Portland Street South Berwick, Maine 03908 Tuesday, Sept. 19 (CONFIRMED) 1:00 p.m. [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — City Manager John Bohenko confirmed Wednesday that two non-resident city staffers will no longer serve as voting members of the Planning Board.In addition, Bohenko in September will take over on the Planning Board for Deputy City Manager Nancy Colbert Puff, who lives in Kittery, Maine, and appoint a “new administrative official to replace the Assistant City Manager” (David Moore).Moore also lives outside the city.Bohenko issued a short statement Wednesday about... [Read More]
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PORTSMOUTH — City Manager John Bohenko confirmed early Wednesday afternoon that two non-resident city staffers will no longer serve as voting members of the Planning Board.In addition, Bohenko in September will take over on the Planning Board for Deputy City Manager Nancy Colbert Puff, who lives in Kittery, Maine, and appoint a “new administrative official to replace the Assistant City Manager,” David Moore.Moore like Colbert Puff lives outside the city.Bohenko issued a... [Read More]
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John Guy ran the recreation department van off the road while driving children from a summer camp to New Hampshire. [Read More]
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The Maine secretary of state's office said 21-year-old John Guy's license was suspended again because of a reported medical condition.. Maine news, sports, politics, election results, and obituaries from the Bangor Daily News. [Read More]
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YORK — A York property developer has purchased the building that houses the Museums of Old York offices and archives in York Village, with the intent of looking for a tenant partner to develop it in the future. Meanwhile, Old York is planning to move its offices to the Elizabeth Perkins House and its archives to its curatorial center in Kittery by next spring.The yellow brick building, which sold for $675,000, once housed a bank and has been owned by Old York since 1994. It is a visible... [Read More]
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YORK, Maine — Court records obtained through York District Court show the Kittery man involved in a bus crash last week has an extensive record of driving violations and, by his own admission in a letter to the court, a history of epilepsy and grand mal seizures.New Hampshire State Police have said a medical issue may have been a factor in the crash.The driver also told the court, in a second letter, he had recently sought help through Alcoholics Anonymous.John Guy, 21, was placed on... [Read More]
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State records indicate John Guy, who was driving a bus full of summer campers, had a number of moving violations, including two convictions for driving to endanger. [Read More]
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State records indicate John Guy, who was driving a bus full of summer campers, had a number of moving violations, including two convictions for driving to endanger. [Read More]
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Court letters show Kittery van driver has a record of medical condition, epilepsy... [Read More]
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The 21-year-old man who was behind the wheel of a Kittery Recreation Department van carrying 11 children that crashed Friday in New Hampshire has twice been convicted of driving to endanger, Maine state driving records show. John E. Guy, who has a Class A commercial driver's license, was convicted of the first offense – apparently through the Bureau of Motor Vehicles administrative process – in August 2013 when he was 16 years old and less than a month after his license was issued. The second conviction came in August 2016. His record also includes two speeding tickets – one for driving... [Read More]
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The Kittery Block Party Committee has awarded a $1,000 grant to help York Hospital provide emergency overdose prevention packs to community members who need access to life-saving Narcan (naloxone nasal atomizer) for themselves or for loved ones struggling with opioid use disorder. Deaths involving drug overdoses have skyrocketed across Maine, creating a serious public health crisis. Prescription drug abuse is presently at the forefront, but far from the only cause. In response to this crisis in our community, York Hospital has opened a first of its kind treatment facility in the seacoast area that is leading the way to... [Read More]
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Meanwhile, the Maine officials are suspending the license of John E. Guy, 21, on the recommendation of New Hampshire police who responded to the crash and said he had a medical emergency. [Read More]
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Records show John Guy has been convicted of driving to endanger twice... [Read More]
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KITTERY, Maine — Town officials are reviewing the hiring process of a Kittery Community Center seasonal employee who was behind the wheel of a summer camp mini-bus when it crashed on Interstate 95 Friday. The driver has an extensive record of driving violations, according to the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles.John Guy, 21, of Kittery, has been placed on leave from his position while the town conducts an internal investigation into the circumstances surrounding the crash in Greenland that... [Read More]
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Maine state records indicate the 21-year-old driver of a bus injured in a crash with summer campers has a number of moving violations, including two convictions for driving to endanger. [Read More]
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New Hampshire State Police investigate the crash on Interstate 95 on Friday in Greenland, N.H. The bus was carrying 11 children participating in a Kittery recreation program. Deb Cram/Portsmouth Herald via Associated Press The 21-year-old driver of a Kittery Recreation Department van that crashed Friday will be placed on leave while the town investigates the circumstances of the crash, the Kittery town manager said Sunday. Kittery town manager Kendra Amaral said everyone who was injured in the crash also were had been released from area hospitals, including one child who was transported to a Boston hospital with serious but non-life threatening... [Read More]
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