Stories about Livermore Falls


Committee to hold budget workshop in Livermore Falls

LIVERMORE FALLS — The Budget Committee will hold a workshop at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, April 3, at the Town Office.


Joint sewer panel to meet at Jay Town Office

JAY — The first official meeting of a joint Sewer Committee will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, at the town office. Two Livermore Falls sewer trustees and Town Manager Kristal Flagg along with two Jay selectpersons and Town Manager Shiloh LaFreniere will review an agreement on th...


Foreclosed house to be demolished in Livermore Falls

LIVERMORE FALLS — A house that has sparked some controversy will be demolished and the debris properly disposed of, owner Kenny Jacques, a resident of the town and a selectman, said. Initially the building was to be demolished and debris burned, but according to state law, an asbesto...


Prolonged winter great for snow bunnies

This snow bunny at 50 Depot St. in Livermore Falls could just stick around until Easter on April 20 in this prolonged winter of below-freezing temperatures.


Franklin County arrest log

FARMINGTON — The following arrests were recently logged at Franklin County Detention Center: * Matthew Dumais, 28, Lewiston, driving under the influence, failure to stop for an officer, March 24, no bail listed, Franklin County Sheriff's Department. * Sandra M. Agren, 40, Stro...


High bidder upset with bid process in Livermore Falls

LIVERMORE FALLS — A local man is upset that the property he had bid $6,500 on was given to a selectman for $1,000 earlier this month. Paul Boucher said he had spent about 45 minutes in the building with the town's custodian before he placed the $6,500 bid on the town-foreclosed prope... 2


Norlands to offer live-in experience on April 25, 26

LIVERMORE — Unplug from the 21st century and return to a simpler time at Maine’s oldest living history farm in Livermore. Spend 24 hours as part of a farm family in the year 1870. Experience an overnight introduction to the activities of sustainable rural living in both historical and...


Roof walkers

Zachary Webber, left, and his brother, Michael, of their family's business, Mike's LawnCare of Livermore Falls, shovel snow off the roof of the Livermore Falls Fire Station on Wednesday morning.


Patrick D. Riordan

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Patrick David Riordan, 78, of Cape Coral, Fla., died Friday, March 21, at Hope Hospice in Fort Myers, Fla. He was born in Livermore Falls on April 2, 1935, to George and Serena Riordan. He relocated to Florida in 1991, and for many years continued spending summers ...

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A taste of winter at Maine Maple Sunday

JAY/LIVERMORE — Maine Maple Sunday had a different feel to it this year, what with the cold weather and the lack of sap running. “Last year was probably the best maple syrup season we've had in the last five years,” observed Gunnar Higgins as he tended the boiling sap at ...