Stories about Livermore


First graduating class

RSU 73 has announced the first graduating class of College Readiness on Dec. 19. The 10-week class was paid for by a Finance Authority of Maine ACCESS Grant. Refresher classes in English, math and technology were offered to prepare students for college. In addition, a course called College Readin...


Hope Association to host speaker from Disability Rights Center

RUMFORD — Anybody who knows a parent, guardian, teacher or special person with an intellectual disability is invited to gather at Hope Association to discuss service options, issues, barriers and milestones reached by so many capable individuals and their families. The state continue...


Parked cars block Livermore plow drivers

LIVERMORE — Town plow truck drivers are having trouble in some areas with vehicles being parked in either town turnarounds or within the easements on roads during snowstorms. Highway foreman Roger Ferland reported on the problems that occurred in four locations to the Board of Select...


RSU 73 loses 0.2 percent in state aid

LIVERMORE FALLS — The reduction in state aid to RSU 73 could mean a loss in services, Superintendent Robert Wall said. The district will lose $39,418 due to Gov. Paul LePage’s cut in state spending by $35 million. About $12.4 million of the cut will come from the state Departme...


Two sites added to National Register of Historic Places

WAYNE/LIVERMORE FALLS — The Androscoggin Yacht Club on Androscoggin Lake, Wayne, and The Lamb Block in Livermore Falls have been entered in the National Register of Historic Places according to Earle G. Shettleworth Jr., director of the Maine Historic Preservation Commission. This designati...


Milford L. Lee

FARMINGTON — Milford L. “Hop” Lee, 90, a former longtime resident of Livermore, died Saturday, Dec. 29, at Sandy River Center, where he had resided the past two years. He was born Jan. 4, 1922, in Livermore, the son of Clyde and Elsie (Gordon) Lee. He attended school in L...


JMG students held food drive

Students from Spruce Mountain High School South Campus have been active in helping the Tri-Town Ministerial Food Bank in recent weeks. Jobs for Maine's Graduates students sponsored a food drive that all of the student body participated in. JMG students also volunteered at the food bank unloading ...


Sand policy remains in place

LIVERMORE — The town’s sand policy has been reaffirmed. Residents are permitted to pick up two 5-gallon buckets of sand per storm, administrative assistant Kurt Schaub said. Most residents pick up their sand at the Transfer Station, but a smaller pile is kept at the High...


Winner named in library's quilt fundraiser

On Nov. 13, Livermore Public Library President Sarah Delaney drew the lucky ticket for the quilt raffle. Kelly St. Pierre is the happy winner of the Gadabout Quilt made and donated by Delaney. St. Pierre, at right, was presented her quilt from a friend and library secretary, Joan Goulette, l...


Students greet Lake motorcade

A motorcade honoring local hero Helaina Lake paraded through Livermore Falls and Jay in November and drove through the schools in Jay. Students from Jay Elementary School stood in a line anxiously awaiting the arrival of the motorcade. Lake was greeted with lots of cheers and flag waving.