Stories about Livermore

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Livermore transfer upgrade moves ahead

LIVERMORE — An upgrade of the Transfer Station, designed to allow the town to take bulky waste as of Jan. 1 when the town's contract with Jay expires, is moving forward. Until then, townspeople must continue to take their bulky waste to the Jay Transfer Station. The upgrade includes ...

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Harvest supper date changed LIVERMORE FALLS — Eaton Memorial United Methodist Church will hold the annual harvest supper from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, at the church, corner of Church and Knapp streets. The menu includes roast pork, potatoes, vegetables...

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Livermore advertises for interim, part-time treasurer to complete term

LIVERMORE — Selectpersons agreed Monday to advertise for a municipal treasurer to fill the elective term of former Treasurer Cathy Lee through June 2014, the board's administrative assistant, Kurt Schaub, said Tuesday. Lee resigned from the position in October. She was elected for tw...

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Tax abatements granted in Livermore

LIVERMORE — Selectpersons approved three tax abatements recently on three properties including the Oriental Star Lodge No. 21, administrative assistant Kurt Schaub said Thursday. The board approved a tax abatement for the Leadbetter parcel adjacent to the town’s Memorial Forest...

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Chamber breakfast meeting set in Jay

JAY — The Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly breakfast meeting at 7 a.m. Friday, Nov. 2, at LaFleur’s Restaurant. Breakfast and networking are on tap for the first half-hour, followed by a call to order and business meeting at 7:30 a.m.

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PHOTO: Cursed Corner Cemetery

A Halloween display on River Road in Livermore features a variety of items, including the Cursed Corner Cemetery.

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I. Tracy: Don't close the post office

What is happening to the post office in Livermore? I would like to see it stay open for eight hours a day (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.), with the window closed for a one-hour lunch break. Mail should still be dropped off at that post office instead of sending it to Livermore Falls. The truck goes rig...

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Norlands plans Veterans Day dinner, program

LIVERMORE — The Washburn-Norlands Living History Center will present a unique and special tribute honoring local Civil War veterans and will feature Samuel Benjamin Washburn (1824-1890), on Saturday, Nov. 10. A heritage dinner will be followed by readings and music of the Civil ...

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Schaub appointed acting treasurer in Livermore

LIVERMORE — Selectpersons voted 3-2 Thursday to appoint Kurt Schaub as acting treasurer until they find someone to finish Cathy Lee's term. Lee, who was elected for two years in June, resigned unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon. She delivered her handwritten letter to Chairman John Wakef...

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J. Miles: Make cancer a national priority

The race for Sen. Olympia Snowe's seat is wide open. Now is the time the public should make sure all the candidates know where they stand on health care issues, including issues affecting those with chronic diseases such as cancer. As a cancer survivor, I know first-hand how important the ... 2