Stories about Livermore Falls

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'Good Neighbor' fuel fund has successful fund-raisers

JAY — A true celebration at their annual Christmas party held on Nov. 26, the Tri-Town Ministerial Association “Good Neighbor” Fuel Fund was happy to report receipts from fund raisers. The December Calendar Raffle totaled $1,858.10. Local businesses and individuals...

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Livermore Falls launches business contest to fill vacant storefront

LIVERMORE FALLS — Entrepreneurs can pitch their business ideas to receive a microloan of up to $50,000, a small business banking package and free rent in the Lamb Block building for up to three years. The contest is designed to bring businesses and services to the downtown. Th...

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Spruce Mountain lists week's events

JAY — Spruce Mountain High School has listed what’s happening at the school for the week of Jan. 25 to Feb. 1. Brownies and Books book club will meet after school on Tuesday, Jan. 28, in the library. Students, staff and community members will meet to discuss “Bomb: The Ra...

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Livermore Falls sand pile for residents moved

A "Do Not Enter" sign has been posted at one end of the yard at the Livermore Falls Highway Department. To get sand, residents will need to go to either the Transfer Station on Diamond Road when it is open or the Police Station parking lot located behind the Town Office. The latter spot will be m...

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Livermore Falls honors former town manager, town clerk at meeting

LIVERMORE FALLS — Selectmen opened their Tuesday meeting with a moment of silence for longtime Town Clerk and Town Manager Maxine Bailey of Livermore Falls, who died Saturday at age 83. Bailey served nine years in each position and retired in 1998. Bailey's family requested th...

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Livermore Falls residents discuss TIF at hearing

LIVERMORE FALLS — More than 20 residents attended a public hearing on a tax-increment financing application Tuesday connected to a $14 million upgrade at Central Maine Power's substation on Moose Hill Road. A TIF opens a lot of doors for small and larger businesses and could encourag...

1:38pm

Livermore Falls town manager's contract renewed

LIVERMORE FALLS — Selectmen unanimously voted to renew Town Manager Kristal Flagg's contract for three years following an executive session Tuesday. The contract, which has not been written, will begin on July 1 and will run through June 30, 2017, she said. Flagg, of Livermore...

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Piles of sand for Livermore Falls residents to be moved

LIVERMORE FALLS — Selectmen agreed Tuesday to put the sand pile for town residents and businesses at the Transfer Station and behind the Police Station. During the December ice storm, residents were trying to get sand at the same time as the highway crew, a very dangerous situation, ...

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Spruce Mountain names student of the month and Phoenix Award winner

Spruce Mountain High School recently held a student assembly to honor its December Student of the Month and its Phoenix Award winner. Nicholas Esty, son of Rebecca Purrington and Mike and Lana Esty, is the student of the month and as the Phoenix Award winner is Tara Williams, daughter of the late...

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Illness forces Livermore Falls library director to step down

LIVERMORE FALLS — Elaine Smith, director at Treat Memorial Library, has resigned due to illness. Smith of Livermore Falls was diagnosed with Stage 4 kidney cancer in late 2013, her daughter, Amie Smith, said Monday. Her mother is “doing real well” and is expected t...