The Triton Regional School District, which serves Newbury, Rowley, and Salisbury, has cut late after-school buses because of budget constraints. The buses transported students home after athletics and other extracurricular activities. “The FY18 budget development included the reduction of late buses, a cost of roughly $100,000. It's a painful cut, but other than that we were into teachers/staffing,” said Brian Forget, superintendent of schools. “We had been reviewing bus routes as they were developed, and saw a glimmer of hope that we might be able to trim a bus in Rowley and Salisbury. We tried this on a trial basis for the first three weeks of school. It ultimately didn't work, as buses were too crowded and timing was problematic.”Linda Greenstein can be reached at email@example.com.