Stories about Livermore Falls

Four teens charged in explosions, fires in Livermore Falls, Rumford

Four teenage boys — two from Livermore Falls and two from Rumford — are charged with setting off six soda bottle bombs and igniting two fires in their respective towns over the weekend, officials said Monday.   The State Fire Marshal's Office charged the Livermore Falls bo...

Reserves closed out

LIVERMORE FALLS — RSU 73 directors voted Thursday to spend $36,379.81 in reserve accounts. A special education reserve is a close-out from the consolidation process, Superintendent Robert Wall said. All hold-over reserves must be closed out before June 30, 2012, he said.

Livermore Falls teens charged with use of explosive devices

LIVERMORE FALLS – Two local teenagers face charges after they were accused of making six explosive devices that blew up in the Baldwin, Church, Pleasant, Knapp and Green Street area over the weekend. The boys, ages 14 and 15, are charged with criminal use of explosives after they b... 1


Volunteers wanted FRANKLIN COUNTY — The American Cancer Society is looking for residents from all areas of Franklin County to join as volunteers in the fight against cancer. Whether available once a month or once a week, even for an hour, each person can brighten the...

RSU 73 board gets updates on building disposition, addition talks

LIVERMORE FALLS — The chairwoman of the RSU 73 subcommittee looking into options to dispose of closed buildings gave a progress report to the school board Thursday night. Chairwoman Jackie Knight said the committee reviewed and discussed a proposal to take down all or portions of the...

Veterans service day sliding event rescheduled

JAY — Community members have rescheduled a sliding party for service members and their extended families to 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 25, at Spruce Mountain Ski Area. The Spruce Mountain Ski Club has extended its season a couple of weeks due to recent snowfall and needs the ...

Office closed from noon to 2 p.m.

LIVERMORE FALLS — The Town Office will be closed from noon until 2 p.m. on Friday, March 9, to allow staff to see a demonstration on a new online payment system.


Dummy Downhill FARMINGTON — Titcomb Mountain will host the 15th annual Dummy Downhill Competition at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 10. Registration will begin at noon. Judging of the dummies will begin at 1 p.m. in front of the lodge. The competition begins at 1:30 p...

Quest to list names of World War II veterans on monument shapes up

LIVERMORE FALLS — It is Don Simoneau's hope to get 700 to 800 names of World War II veterans from Livermore and Livermore Falls engraved on two bronze plates for the monument in the Geneva Hodgkins Memorial Park. He has been trying for nearly 20 years to rebuild the list of names fro... 1

Town office to close for two hours Friday

LIVERMORE FALLS – Selectmen agreed Monday to allow the Town Office to be closed two hours Friday, March 9, so staff can see a banking service demonstration. Andro-Pay is offered by Androscoggin Bank. It would set up online payment options for townspeople needing to pay certain bills,...