Stories about Livermore Falls

Livermore Falls man swerves to avoid animal, hits truck

LIVERMORE FALLS — A local man told police he swerved to avoid an animal on Main Street (Route 4) early Sunday and ended up hitting a pickup truck parked at the former Ben's Variety, police Chief Ernest Steward Jr. said. The truck was pushed into the north side of the building, Stewar...

CMMC nursing, radiography students graduate

LEWISTON — The Central Maine Medical Center College of Nursing and Health Professions recently graduated 32 nursing and 19 radiography students. Local graduates receiving awards are as follows. CMMC Medical Staff Awards for Excellence in Nursing: Jamie Berube of South Paris fo...

RSU 73 board welcomes new superintendent, principal

LIVERMORE FALLS — The RSU 73 board Thursday night welcomed newly appointed Superintendent Kenneth Healey and hired Kevin Harrington as principal of Livermore Elementary School. Healey, the former principal of Lisbon High School, said he had been spending many hours with the district'...

Briefly

Underwood summer story hours FAYETTE — The summer story hours with Lady Elaine will begin on July 10 and continue to Aug. 21. They will be held at the Underwood Library on Thursdays at 10 a.m. There will be stories, crafts, door prizes and refreshments. For mo...

Hockey under the sun

The 85-degree temperature did not deter players from playing a game of field hockey Wednesday under the sun at Griffin Field in Livermore Falls.

Livermore Falls looking to shut off some street lights

LIVERMORE FALLS — The town manager and police chief are in the early stages of trying to develop a list of street lights in town that could either be removed or have lower-wattage bulbs placed in them. The town has 194 lights and pays approximately $37,174.48 annually for them, Town ...

This week's agenda

Tuesday Jay: Planning Board, 6 p.m., Town Office Wednesday Jay: North Jay Water District, 6 p.m., Jay-Niles Memorial Library Jay: Jay Village Water District, 6:30 p.m., Jay-Niles Memorial Library Thursday Livermore Falls: RSU 73 Board of Directors, 6 p.m....

Copper pipes stolen from two Livermore Falls buildings

LIVERMORE FALLS — Police are investigating break-ins at two buildings where copper piping was stolen. Sgt. Vern Stevens received the first report at 11:30 a.m. Saturday for an abandoned building on Sewall Street that was broken into and copper pipes taken, police Chief Ernest Steward...

Minot Historical Society to meet July 8

MINOT — The Minot Historical Society met on June 10 at the West Minot Grange Hall. The Junior History Club members gave reports of their past year's activities. A younger version of the life of William Ladd was written and published. This was followed by a book signing ...

Independence Day parade draws crowd in Jay, Livermore Falls

JAY — Shriners in little police cars, veterans, firetrucks and politicians participated in the Jay/Livermore Falls Independence Day parade Thursday evening. But the best part for Shari Newcomb of Jay was seeing the smile on the face of her grandson, Braydon Simmons, 3, of Jay.