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West Paris food pantry WEST PARIS — The Neighborhood Niche Food Pantry will be open from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 18, at West Paris Baptist Church, 15 Church St. The pantry is open the first and third Tuesday of each month. West Paris residents are invited t...

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Jay taxpayers projected to raise more for proposed $6.2 million town budget

JAY — If everything stays the same in the proposed $6.2 million municipal budget, taxpayers will need to raise $563,944.07 more than last year. The estimated amount to be raised is $4.6 million, compared to $4 million last year. The increase is mostly due to less anticipated revenues... 1

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Jay selectpersons to serve on joint sewer committee

JAY — Selectpersons appointed board Vice Chairman Justin Merrill and Chairman Steve McCourt on Monday to serve on a joint sewer committee with Livermore Falls sewer trustees. McCourt asked that the next meeting be held in Jay. An initial meeting was held in Livermore Falls, at which ...

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Well done - Students honored for achievements

BALTIMORE, Md. — Emily M. Pakulski, formerly of Mechanic Falls, has received her Bachelor of Arts from Goucher College in May of 2013 majoring in communications with a concentration in studio art, with a final GPA of 3.45. Emily is a 2009 graduate of...

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Quilting-Crafting Fundraiser benefits Relay for Life

JAY — Do you have unfinished quilting or craft projects stuffed in a box somewhere? If you had one uninterrupted day could you get so much done? The Relentless Relatives Relay for Life Team will hold a Quilting-Crafting Fundraiser on Saturday, April 5, at Jay Niles Memorial Library, ...

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Gold LEAF kick-off postponed FARMINGTON — The Gold LEAF Senior College spring kick-off event that was scheduled for March 12 has been postponed because of the snow to March 20. The kick-off will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. at the University of Maine at Farmington studen...

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Jay board tables action on bid for property until it hears from Strong bidder

JAY — Selectpersons voted Monday to table action on a bid for a tax-acquired property until they know what the bidder's plans are for it. The board received one bid for a four-unit apartment building at 409 Old Jay Hill Road in a second-round of advertising. It was from Russell Dyer ...

12:00am Livermore Falls Advertiser

Maine Maple Sunday returning to local sap houses

JAY — Maine Maple Sunday returns to Maple Valley Farms in Jay from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  March 23. So far this season, the sap run has been brought nearly to a standstill because of unseasonably cold weather, said Maple Valley Farm owner Tony Couture. “It's froze u...

12:00am Livermore Falls Advertiser

Celebrating patriotism through our youth

JAY — Frank L. Mitchell Post 3335 in Jay honored their top three competitors in both the Voice of Democracy, open to students in grades 9 -12, and the Patriot's Pen essay contest for students in grades 6 – 8. The theme for the Patriot’s Pen competition was “What Patriotism...

12:00am Livermore Falls Advertiser

Come on down to 'The Price is Right!'

JAY — For an evening of fun, games, and relief from the winter blues, look no further than "The Price is Right" at the Spruce Mountain Middle School gym March 22. The doors open at 4:30 p.m., and the show starts at 6.