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Community Kitchen summer socials INDUSTRY — Industry Community Kitchen will hold Summer Socials on June 12, July 10, Aug. 14 and Sept. 11, meeting from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Industry Town Hall. Lunch will be served and there is no charge for the meetings.

Three Livermore men win town-acquired properties

LIVERMORE — Three properties acquired for 2012 outstanding taxes were awarded to the highest bidders last week, interim Administrative Assistant Renda Guild said. Johnny Castonguay of Livermore was awarded a 3½-acre parcel on Turkey Lane for $8,200, she said. The lowest bid wa...

Livermore voters to consider proposed $1.3 million budget

LIVERMORE — During the annual town meeting Wednesday, June 11, residents will consider buying a new backhoe, a compactor and whether to lease the Brettuns Community Building. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the Livermore Elementary School on Gibbs Mill Road. Voters will have 51 a...

Children can go on world tour through summer library program

LIVERMORE FALLS —  “Book A Trip” World Tour is the 2014 Summer Reading Program theme at Treat Memorial Library. Registration is open to children of all ages and runs Tuesday, June 17, through Saturday, June 28. The world tour will begin on Thursday, June 19. At that ...

Two Livermore residents vie for one selectperson position

LIVERMORE — Voters will decide Tuesday, June 10, who will represent them for the next three years as selectperson. Candidates Melissa Gilbert and Tim Kachnovich are running for the position held by John Wakefield. It is the only contested race on the local ballot. Polls will b...

Fire claims life of longtime Livermore woman

LIVERMORE — Family members of Dorothy “Dottie” Goding, 83, who died in a house fire Tuesday night, consoled each other Wednesday morning at the scene. Goding's dog, Whiney, apparently perished with her. State fire investigator Sgt. Joel Davis said Wednesday night t...

Elderly woman dies in fire in Livermore

LIVERMORE — Fire officials say a woman has died in a late night fire Tuesday that destroyed her home in Livermore. Dorothy Goding, 83, who lived alone at her early 1880s home on Poland Hill Road, died in the fire, according to the State Fire Marshal's Office. Spokesman Steve M...

Hospital unveils domestic violence awareness ambulance

FARMINGTON — Franklin Memorial Hospital has unveiled a recently painted vehicle in its NorthStar fleet — an ambulance painted in a shiny purple-and-white color scheme. It is detailed with multiple shades of purple with symbolic oversized ribbons to bring awareness to the issue of dome...

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...