Stories about Livermore

Spruce Mountain students heading to Montreal

JAY — Spruce Mountain High School has announced activities taking place the week of  May 10-17. Students involved in French classes will travel to Montreal on Thursday and Friday, May 15 and 16. They will explore Old Montreal, experience the adventure, drama and emotion o...

Livermore residents can call animal control officer directly

LIVERMORE — Residents are back to direct calls to contact the town's new animal control officer if they have an animal-related issue, town Administrative Assistant Renda Guild said Wednesday. The Board of Selectpersons entered into a contract with Rich Burton of Maine Animal Damage C...

Livermore's workplace safety violations corrected; fine lowered to $160

LIVERMORE — All of the town's workplace safety violations have been corrected, according to a letter to the town from Pamela Taylor, director of Bureau Labor Standards, dated April 30. The town had a potential $1,600 fine reduced to $160, interim town Administrative Assistant Renda G...

Spruce Mountain Middle School activities

JAY — Upcoming important dates at Spruce Mt. Middle School are as follows. May 7: Early release day, 11:30 a.m.; eighth-grade MEA science testing; eighth-grade parent night at the high school, 7 p.m. May 9: Progress reports. May 19: MS Chorus concert, 7 p.m. May ...

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Nature Club plans potluck dinner OXFORD — The Twin Town Nature Club will begin its 91st year with a potluck dinner at 6 p.m. Monday, May 5, at the Congregational Church, 252 King St. Visitors are welcome. Bring a dish to share. For more informati...

Timber frame workshop will benefit Norlands barn raising

AVON — A timber frame workshop will be held on Saturday, May 17, at Maine Mountain Timber Frames. Learn about timber framing and benefit the barn raising at the Washburn-Norlands Living History Center. Participants will work on a piece of the Norlands barn through its various stages so it i...

RSU 73 residents pass $18.89 million budget

LIVERMORE FALLS — Voters in RSU 73 on Tuesday narrowly approved an $18.89 million budget for 2014-15. The unofficial tally was 263-251. “Livermore carried the day,” Superintendent Dr. Robert Wall said. The majority of voters in that town approved the budget, while ...

Library is hosting Technology Petting Zoo next week

LIVERMORE FALLS — Treat Memorial Library is announcing spring events. A Technology Petting Zoo will be held Tuesday through Saturday, May 6 to 10. E-books and tablets are growing in popularity and devices are widely available. To provide hands-on familiarization and training with e-r...

Livermore voters have one contested race to decide

LIVERMORE — Two candidates are running for a three-year term to succeed Selectperson John Wakefield, who is retiring. Tim Kachnovich and Melissa Gilbert are seeking election to the position June 10. Running uncontested for a second, two-year term on the Board of Selectpersons ...

RSU 73 residents vote on budget Tuesday

LIVERMORE FALLS — Residents of the three-town RSU 73 school district will decide whether to approve an $18.89 million operating budget for school year 2014-15 at a referendum vote in each town on Tuesday, April 29. Voting will take place from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the town offices of L...