Stories about Jay


Scholarship contests for students, parents, teachers

JAY — Commander Palmer Hebert and Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen Chairman John Dube of the Frank L. Mitchell Post 3335 and Gail Kerns-Dube, co-chairperson of the Ladies Auxiliary, announced the kick-off of this year’s scholarship contest. Voice of Democracy is a pat...


Discarded stove ashes start fire in Jay

JAY — A container of ashes from a wood stove beside a door started a house fire at 23 Maxwell Road on Wednesday afternoon. Benjamin York and his son live at the home owned by Byron Johnson, Assistant Chief Mike Booker of the Fire Department said. A door and part of a wall in t...

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Jay HS graduate running Boston Marathon

JAY — Katie Nemi is running this April's Boston Marathon in memory of her grandfather, Joe Nemi — and for lung transplant patients. The 2008 Jay High School graduate recently graduated nursing school and now works in the Thoracic Unit at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. ...


Share Shack opens for Jay residents

JAY — The Transfer Station started accepting items Tuesday for a Share Shack for Jay residents. The town has been considering setting up a place to share good items instead of throwing them away or recycling them at the Transfer Station for a while, selectperson Board Chairman Steve ...

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Benefit for Jay father and son

JAY – There will be a spaghetti supper and dance on March 15, 2014 at the AMVETS in Jay to benefit Brian Dalot and his son, Carson. Brian is recovering from open heart surgery and Carson was hospitalized for two months following a cardiac arrest. Carson is 20 months old. His grandmot...


Jay board votes to allow customers to use credit cards

JAY — Selectpersons voted 3-2 Monday to go with AndroPay, a service offered by Androscoggin Bank that allows taxpayers to use credit cards to pay for town services. Board Vice Chairman Justin Merrill and Tim DeMillo opposed the move, while Chairman Steve McCourt, Selectmen Pearl Cook...


Mailboxes vandalized in Jay

JAY — Police are investigating vandalism to five mailboxes on Franklin Road/Route 133 and Lomie Rivers Road either late Saturday or early Sunday. Damage is estimated at more than $200, Jay police Detective Richard Caton IV said Monday. Most of the mailboxes were ripped off the...


Maine Students named to president’s, dean's lists at Southern New Hampshire University

Manchester, N.H.  — The following students  achieved academic recognition for the fall 2013 semester at Southern New Hampshire University. President’s list Auburn: Jason Melanson, Bachelor of Arts in general studies.


Saint Joseph's College Maine dean's list

STANDISH — The following local residents were named to the dean's list at Saint Joseph's College Maine for the fall semester. Andover: Izaak Mills Auburn: James Philbrook Avon: Aaron Jalbert Bowdoin:


Spruce Mountain Adult and Community Education announces classes

JAY — RSU 73 Spruce Mountain Adult and Community Education is offering many classes in home improvement, fitness, computer and enrichment during the month of February. To register, telephone 897-6384. Getting More Food from Your Garden offered by the University Maine Cooperative Exte...