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Car show July 1 in Dixfield DIXFIELD — Doug's Dogs Classic/ Antique/ Rods Cruise Night will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 1, at the Holmes Market parking lot. For more information, call Brad at 357-6789. Jay VFW annual chicken barbecue

Jay, Livermore Falls to celebrate on eve of Independence Day

JAY — A parade and fireworks are planned for Thursday, July 3. The parade lineup is at 4 p.m. at Memco in Jay with the procession starting at 5 p.m. Participants will head down Main Street/Route 4 and end on Depot Street at Ware-Butler in Livermore Falls. The Parade Committee ...

Streetlights targeted for removal get second review in Jay

JAY — Street Light Committee members planned to review about 10 streetlights targeted for removal and that residents are concerned about, Town Manager Shiloh LaFreniere said Friday. About 30 people attended a meeting Thursday to discuss concerns about specific lights. The seve...

Livermore Falls woman hurt in Jay crash

JAY — A Livermore Falls woman was injured Friday morning after her car and another collided at Elm and Lavoie streets, police officer Russell Adams said. Carol Harlow, 51, complained of pain and was taken by a NorthStar EMS ambulance to Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington, he sa...

Free barbecue, open mic at new Jay business

JAY — Custom Chrome on Main Street is having an open house at 5 p.m. on Friday, June 27, with a free cookout and open mic night. The new auto dealership, formerly Jay Auto Sales, is owned by Richard Cushing and Allen Adams. It is located across from McDonald's and beside the Jay Car ...

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Mount Blue State Park amphitheater WELD — Mount Blue State Park will hold two events this weekend at the amphitheater. The movie "Turner and Hooch" will be shown at 8 p.m. Friday, June 27. A program on Saturday, June 28, "Who's Outside Your Tent," ...

Franklin County arrest log

FARMINGTON — The following arrests recently were logged at Franklin County Detention Center: * Ryan A. Brann, 36, of Wilton, driving after habitual offender revocation, leaving the scene of an accident, driving to endanger, June 26, no bail listed, by Wilton Police Department.

UMFK students honored at academic banquet

FORT KENT — Thirty-four awards and 18 scholarships were presented to deserving University of Maine at Fort Kent students at the senior class banquet and awards convocation held on May 9. The annual event, held the evening prior to commencement, is designed to honor graduating student...

UMFK nursing students honored

FORT KENT — Thirty-Two current University of Maine at Fort Kent nursing students were inducted into the Nursing Honor Society and 38 UMFK nursing students were honored at the Nurse Pinning Ceremony held on May 9 in the Fox Auditorium. The following local students were inducted into t...

Jay board opens road to ATV access

JAY — For six months, all-terrain vehicles will be able to ride on Alden Hill Road instead of a trail for about a mile to connect to another trail. The trial period will give selectpersons a chance to see how the arrangement will work. Selectpersons voted to open the road to ATVs and...