Stories about Livermore

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.

Town asks logger to reimburse town $40,690 for wood

LIVERMORE — Selectpersons voted Monday to ask Jay logger John Korhonen to reimburse the town $40,690 for cutting in excess of 10 acres of timber in the town’s Memorial Forest, town administrator Kurt Schaub said Wednesday. The town did not request the wood to be harvested. ...

RSU 73 seeks to boost security; counselors available

LIVERMORE FALLS — The principals in each of RSU 73’s five schools told students Monday morning that counselors were available for any child affected by Friday’s tragic shootings at the Newtown, Conn., elementary school. Superintendent Robert Wall said although he believes...

Women's club supports food pantry

On Election Day, GFWC/Livermore Falls Women's Club held their biannual bake sale at the polls. This sale was dedicated to the Tri Town Ministerium Food Pantry. On Nov. 14, the club president, Linda Burdo, presented the food pantry with a check for $800. The fundraising committee wishes to thank a...

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Historical group potluck supper MEXICO — The Rumford and Mexico Historical Society will hold their Christmas potluck supper at 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17, at the Calvin Lyons Room, Mexico Municipal Building. The meal is open to the public. Bring a dish to share an...

Three-vehicle crash injures two in Wilton

WILTON — Two women were injured in a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of Route 156 and Routes 2 and 4 on Thursday afternoon. Nancy Purinton, 70, of Livermore Falls and a passenger in another vehicle, Sylvia Brophy, 79, of Livermore were transported to Franklin Memorial Hospita...

Supporting drivers' ed scholarships

Jobs for Maine's Graduates students at Spruce Mountain High School South Campus in Livermore Falls used money raised through fundraisers to sponsor four $200 scholarships for drivers' education. Students recognized that the cost of drivers' education can be prohibitive. For many students having a...

Spruce Mountain JMG students welcome visitors

Two guests recently visited the Jobs for Maine's Graduates classroom at Spruce Mountain High School South Campus, Livermore Falls. Theresa Timberlake, R.N., visited to share her experiences working in the recovery room at St. Mary's in Lewiston. From left are Libby Adams, Felicia Gagnon, Mel...