Stories about Livermore

Chamber to hear about economic development, energy costs

JAY — The Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce will host speakers from two state programs at its breakfast meeting Friday, Aug. 3, at LaFleur’s Restaurant in Jay. Members and guests will gather between 7 and 7:30 a.m. for networking and a continental breakfast. T...

RSU 73 school budget fails for second time

JAY — Residents in three towns voted 346-469 Tuesday to reject an $18.7 million school budget to operate RSU 73 in 2012-13. It is the second time a budget has failed in the validation process at the polls since June 12. Voters in Jay, Livermore and Livermore Falls voted in a combined... 2

Voters to consider $18.7 million school budget

JAY — Regional School Unit 73 voters in three towns are slated to vote on a $18.7 million school budget from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 24, at the Jay Community Building in Jay, Livermore Town Office and Livermore Falls Town Office. The revised proposal for 2012-13 contains a 1.8...

Saint Michael's gives College Book Awards

COLCHESTER, Vt. — The following local high school students were awarded the 2012 Saint Michael's College Book Award for Academic Achievement with a Social Conscience: Devon Autrey of Jay Abby Bellefleur of Auburn, a student at Edward Little High School Caleb Berry of L...

Forest line to be surveyed

LIVERMORE — Selectpersons agreed Monday to have the town's Memorial Forest property line surveyed at a cost of $2,800, administrative assistant Kurt Schaub said Tuesday. It was voted at the town meeting to dedicate the town's state Veterans Exemption reimbursement for this purpose. I...

Spruce Mountain Middle School honor roll

JAY — Spruce Mountain Middle School has announced the honor roll for the third trimester. Grade six High honors: Hunter Baker, Lauren Cornelio, Jordan Daigle, Megan Mercier, Narissa Nieves, Bryan Riley. Honors: Alexis Beardsley, Elijah Blais, Brooke Bol...

Scholarship applications available to Livermore residents

LIVERMORE — Applications available to residents for the Pollard Scholarship at the Town Office must be returned no later than 4 p.m. Monday, July 30. The town again will award its annual $1,000 Pollard Scholarship to a Livermore student pursuing higher education. Livermore beg...

Man pleads to OUI, kicking police officer

JAY — A Livermore man who was arrested Monday pleaded guilty Wednesday to operating under the influence and assault, according to Farmington court documents. He was accused of kicking a Jay police officer in the leg and spitting in his face and in the cruiser. Allen Buzzell, 23, was ...

Spots open for next Norlands live-in experience

LIVERMORE FALLS — The next 24-hour live-in experience at the Norlands is on August 24-25. It is open to the public. Sign up by Aug. 17. A minimum of 12 participants is required. Space is limited to a maximum of 16 participants. For more information or to register, call 897-4366 or email Nor...

Livermore board discusses fireworks disposal

LIVERMORE — Unexploded fireworks have turned up at the Transfer Station, and the town is working on a plan to enforce the ban. Supervisor Juanita Jordan-Bryant alerted administr...