Stories about Livermore Falls

Merle 'Buster' Allen Jr.

LIVERMORE FALLS — Merle “Buster” Allen Jr., 53, a resident of Richardson Avenue, Livermore Falls, died Tuesday, March 27, unexpectedly at his home following a brief illness. He was born Sept. 5, 1958, in Lewiston, the son of Merle and Eleanor “Patricia” (Eaton...

PHOTO: Check-up

Affordable Care Day will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, March 29, at Western Maine Family Health Center, Central Plaza, 80 Main St., Livermore Falls. Crystal Fitch, LSW, will be on hand to help people identify lower cost programs and fill out applications. There will be give-aways and s...

M. Castaneda: Stealing vacation pay

Someone please give me one good reason why we would let our state representatives and senators allow the passage of LD 1725 that would take money right out of working people’s pockets? It used to be that any worker who earned vacation time and had it accrued but who then was laid off... 2

Strong woman named adult education director for RSU 73

LIVERMORE FALLS — RSU 73 directors on Thursday appointed Eileen Miazga of Strong as adult education director effective through June 30, 2013. The appointment is contingent on proper certification and Maine Department of Education fingerprint status. Miazga's salary will be $46...

No burn permits to be issued until rain falls

LIVERMORE FALLS — The Fire Department has stopped issuing burning permits in the town until rain falls because of the early snow melt, Chief Gerry Pineau said. The top layer of grass, left over from last year, is dry and burns fast. An unpermitted grass fire caused about $1,00...

Police log

Charges Auburn * Tiffany R. Kenny, 20, of 82 Sixth St., burglary and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 9:13 a.m. Thursday on Lake Street. Androscoggin County * Mary-Jane Constantine, 29, of 19 Wheeler St., Livermore Falls, warrant by Livermore Falls Police Depa...

RSU 73 board sends $5.3 million building project to voters

LIVERMORE FALLS — RSU 73 directors voted unanimously Thursday to approve the conceptual project and design of a $5.3 million renovation and addition to the high school in Jay. The board also authorized Superintendent Robert Wall to prepare the warrants for the project not to exceed $...

Livermore Falls sells foreclosed properties

LIVERMORE FALLS — Two Livermore Falls men's bids for three, town-foreclosed properties gained them three houses and property Monday. Selectmen approved selling the three properties to Richard Cushing and Alan Adams for a total of $19,263. Selectmen opened several bids for the ...

Livermore Falls to appoint school director

LIVERMORE FALLS — Selectmen agreed Monday to appoint someone to serve on the RSU 73 board until town elections June 12. Anyone interested in finishing the term of Ann Souther is asked to call Town Manager Kristal Flagg at 897-3321. Souther resigned in January and selectmen ini...

Fair to benefit paper museum, expand hours

LIVERMORE FALLS — Yellow and gold decorative papers will be featured Saturday at the first Cabin Fever Fair sponsored by Maine's Paper & Heritage Museum. Visitors will be able to view to an assortment of products made by area paper mills through the years, including scrap books, ...