Stories about Livermore Falls

CMP announces Livermore Falls substation in service

LIVERMORE FALLS — Central Maine Power, a subsidiary of Iberdrola USA, announced May 22 that it has put its upgraded Livermore Falls Substation on Moose Hill Road into service. The $17 million project is part of the company’s $1.4 billion Maine Power Reliability Program, accordi...

Spruce Mountain graduation activities highlight week

JAY — Spruce Mountain High School has announced the following activities for the week of  May 29 to June 10: Rob Taylor’s environmental science class toured Verso Paper Mill on Thursday, May 29. They held discussions with various mill resource professionals and heard about...

Child Safety Day to be held in Jay

LIVERMORE FALLS — Child Safety Day will be observed from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 7, at Ranor Mechanical on Route 4 in North Jay. Free bicycles and other items will be given away. The event is sponsored by U.S. Cellular of Livermore Falls for children from kindergarten throug...

Livermore Falls Town Office closed to business June 10

LIVERMORE FALLS — The Town Office will not handle routine business on Tuesday, June 10, because voting will take place there. Polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the state's primary election and local issues. Office staff will be available for emergency needs, but the...

Livermore Falls to put foreclosed property out to bid

LIVERMORE FALLS — Selectmen agreed to put a town-acquired house and land at 19 Munsey Ave. out to bid for a minimum of $5,000. The property was taken for outstanding sewer fees, Town Manager Kristal Flagg told selectmen May 20. “It is in pretty good condition,” she...

ATVs allowed on Livermore Falls road to continue on 17-mile trail

LIVERMORE FALLS — Selectmen have authorized the use of all-terrain vehicles on a section of Foundry Road. This will allow ATV riders to continue to travel on the Whistle-Stop Trail that runs from West Farmington to Bridge Street in Livermore Falls. The trail is about 17 miles long.

Flags fly at Veterans' Hill in Livermore Falls

American flags adorn Veterans Hill in front of the RSU 73 Central Office at Route 133 and Cedar Street in Livermore Falls. Members of George Bunten American Legion Post 10 of Livermore Falls placed the flags in memory or in honor of veterans.

Donna Jean Boivin

LEWISTON — Donna Jean Boivin, 49, a resident of Livermore Falls, passed away Friday, May 23, at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, surrounded by her loving family. She was born January 18, 1965, in Lewiston, the daughter of Mary (Gross) Turcotte and the late Dale Robbins. Donn...

Fee to use former Livermore Falls High School dropped

LIVERMORE FALLS — The town will not be asked to pay $3,000 to use the former Livermore Falls High School for its summer recreation program, the RSU 73 board decided Thursday. The two sides have been negotiating terms for using the cafeteria, gymnasium and fields for the six-week prog...