Tuesday Sep 2
8 Things You Need To Know on Tuesday, September 2nd
A standoff in Rumford ends peacefully this morning, former President Bill Clinton will be in Portland tonight and the U.S. military has carried out an operation in Somalia.
Bangor Daily News
Jay officials expect Verso Paper mill valuation to drop about $223 million
Selectmen in the town of Jay approved a 12.5 percent tax hike Tuesday night in anticipation that valuation of Verso Paper's mill, the town's largest taxpayer, would drop by more than $220 million.
Rumford still recovering from severe flooding
The town of Rumford is still working to recover from last month's flooding which wiped out roads and downed trees.
The Macon Telegraph
Rumford woman sues mental health organization
Linda Perry of Rumford filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Portland on Monday, claiming her rights under Maine's Whistleblower Protection Act and Human Rights Act were violated.
The Rumford Falls Times
2014 August 08
A Pike Industries crew grinds pavement on Hancock Street in Rumford on Aug. 6. The Maine Department of Transportation repaving contract was awarded to Pike Industries, beginning at the Rumford/Mexico Bridge and going all along Route 2 to the bottom of Falls Hill and then from the top of Falls Hill to a point between