I have to say, this is getting old. I'm going to need carpal tunnel surgery if Ma Nature doesn't stop with the snow! But, she's dumping on us again, so here's our latest list of cancellations and closings. Remember, to check back often for updates!

As always, it's a good idea to call ahead, no matter where you're going today, to make sure your destination is still in operation. We're expecting a lot of cancellations throughout the day, so we'll be updating this list a lot. Slow down, be careful, and don't tailgate!

School Cancellations:

  • Beal College closed
  • Thomas College is closed
  • United Technology Center - adult education classes canceled tonight

Business Closings and General Cancellations:

  • Acadia National Park Advisory Commission meeting canceled
  • Augusta - Overnight Parking Ban - No parking on city streets from 6 p.m. Monday to 12 Noon Tuesday
  • Bangor - Overnight Parking Ban from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.
  • Ellsworth Sanitary District Public Hearings at 3 and 6 canceled today
  • MDI YMCA will close at 1pm
  • Penobscot Community Healthcare - closed
  • Penquis Transportation is closed
  • Seaboard FCU - All Branches closing at 3 PM
  • Searsport Community Health Center closing at 3:30
  • Spruce Run Womancare: The Bangor Resource Center is closed - Dover Resource Center is open - and the hotline is open
  • St. Albans town offices closing at 1pm


**More Cancellations can be found at the tab below!!

For more listings, be sure to click on our cancellations tab! And, a note to business owners, you can post your own closings to the websites for all five Townsquare Media stations yourself. And it's really easy!

  1. First, you need to register.
  2. Second, you'll need to log in.
  3. Third, you will go to this link to post your closing. Be sure to bookmark the page for future reference!
  4. That's it! Oh, and we have a handy FAQ page, to answer any questions you may have about how the page works.
  5. As the person who usually ends up typing up these cancellation posts, I encourage you to use the system and put them up yourself. That way, you know it gets done and my hands don't ache!