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Selectmen to hold hearing on liquor license renewal

LIVERMORE FALLS — Selectmen will hold a public hearing Tuesday on a renewal of a liquor license for Riverview Pub on Depot Street, Town Manager Kristal Flagg said Friday. There have been no negative reports from police about the establishment, she said. The meeting will begin ...

Fire department presented awards at annual meeting

LIVERMORE FALLS — The Livermore Falls Fire Department hosted its annual mutual aid meeting on March 14 to thank all the agencies that the department worked with over the past year. The department also recognized its Firefighter of the Year and presented service awards, which are give...

Spruce Mountain Middle School honor roll

LIVERMORE FALLS — Spruce Mountain Middle School has announced the honor roll for the second trimester of the 2011-12 school year. Grade 6 High honors: Hunter Baker, Lauren Cornelio, Jordan Daigle, Rylee Delaney, Tanna Herlihy, Bryan Riley and ...

Board rejects high school football coach nomination

LIVERMORE FALLS — Regional School Unit 73 directors voted 3-6-2 Thursday not to appoint Mark Bonnevie varsity football coach at Spruce Mountain High School for 2012-13. The decision came after a 55-minute executive session. They voted unanimously to appoint Mike Methvin as boy...

Libraries offer more than just books

LIVERMORE FALLS — In honor of National Library Week, April 9-14, Treat Memorial Library is highlighting the fact that libraries are no longer just a collection of books. Based on staffing, physical space and budgeting, every effort is made to provide for the needs of patrons through every m...

Seniors plan April 16 Chinese auction

LIVERMORE FALLS — The Jay Livermore Falls Seniors met at Murray Hall on April 9 with 29 members present. Chairwoman Fernande Doiron opened the meeting with a prayer, salute to the flag and a moment of silence for all departed members and for the men and women serving in the armed for...

Proposed RSU 73 budget up, staff cuts on table

LIVERMORE — Regional School Unit 73 directors had their first glimpse of a proposed $18.9 million budget for 2012-13 Tuesday night. The budget would amount to an increase of 2.78 percent, or $512,546.98 over the current $18.4 million budget, Superintendent Robert Wall said. &l...

Eugene 'Gene' R. Pomerleau Jr.

FARMINGTON — Eugene “Gene” R. Pomerleau Jr., 89, a longtime resident of Knapp Street, Livermore Falls, died Sunday, April 8, at Franklin Memorial Hospital following a brief illness. He was born Feb. 16, 1923, in Livermore Falls, the son of Eugene and Alma Rose (Pomerleau) Pomerl...

Kathryn Ventrella receives Good Citizen Award

LIVERMORE FALLS —  Kathryn M. Ventrella of Fayette, daughter of Michael and Janet Ventrella, was presented with the DAR Good Citizen Award certificate and pin for Spruce Mountain High School, South Campus at an assembly on March 9 by Deborah J. Judkins of Upton, chairwoman of the Good ...

Jay-Livermore Falls Lions plan community fundraising

LIVERMORE FALLS — The Jay-Livermore Falls Lions Club is holding various community fundraising events to benefit the scholarship fund. On Friday, April 13, Lion Dr. Patrick Keiran of Keiran Chiropractic will donate services for the new Lions Club Scholarship Fund. The scholarship will...