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Androscoggin River floods Livermore road

LIVERMORE — The lower end of River Road, near Route 108, was shut down Wednesday afternoon because of extreme flooding, interim Administrative Assistant Renda Guild said. The Androscoggin River had gone over the river bank and flooded the road, she said. dperry@sunjournal.com

News from Spruce Mountain Middle School

JAY — Spruce Mountain Middle School has announced the following news and activities. Spring vacation will run April 21 through 25. After-school enrichment programming is held Monday through Wednesday throughout the year. The next enrichment session starts April 28 and goes unt...

Spruce Mountain High School announces activities

JAY — The following are among the events happening at Spruce Mountain High School. Class scheduling for next year: Students in the current ninth, 10th and 11th grades participated on April 9 in a round robin to learn about all elective classes for the next school year. On Thursday an...

No second vote needed on use of school building, RSU 73 leader says

LIVERMORE FALLS — RSU 73 director Darcie Calden of Jay asked at Thursday night's board meeting why there will be no second vote on keeping a section of the former Livermore Falls High School open. Voters on Tuesday overwhelming approved spending $132,000 to keep part of the building ...

RSU 73 residents approve budget; keep former school open

LIVERMORE FALLS — Residents of RSU 73 on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved an $18.89 million budget and agreed to keep a section of the Livermore Falls High School open for another year. Superintendent Robert Wall said Wednesday that the budget vote was 66-9. The only changes from the ...

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Session on building ponds FARMINGTON — Anyone wanting to dig a new pond for wildlife, trout stocking, fire protection or just for enjoyment should join Franklin County SWCD at 8 a.m. Tuesday, April 15, in the Farmington Municipal Building’s downstairs conferenc...

Review to begin on proposed Livermore municipal budget

LIVERMORE — The Board of Selectpersons and Budget Committee will begin review of the proposed $1.3 million municipal budget for 2014-15 on Wednesday, April 9. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Town Office. The total spending plan is $74,173 more than this current $1.2...

Livermore Town Office employees to get wage increases for interim duties

LIVERMORE — Selectpersons unanimously voted Monday to increase the pay of Town Office employees who have stepped up to perform different duties while the board decides what to do about the administrative assistant position. Former assistant Kurt Schaub is the new town manager of Turn...

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Presentation, social in Industry INDUSTRY — There will be a presentation by the Norlands from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Thursday, April 10, in Industry Town Hall. The presentation follows the Community Kitchen social, which begins at 10 a.m. and includes lunch. T...

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Rumford Seniors lunch, bus trip PERU — Rumford Seniors will have a luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday, April 7, at the old Peru School. Menu is meatloaf, macaroni and cheese, mixed vegetables, drink and dessert for $4.50. The public is welcome. Take...