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The Livingston High School girls’ track and field team travelled to West Orange High School to participate in the Essex County Championships. “While the girls’ team did not come away with a trophy, several athletes shined along with some promising results from some novice athletes... + continue reading
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Dr. Matthew Block was unanimously approved as superintendent of schools at the school Board meeting on May 20. His contract will run from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022. The votes included an “Absolutely!” from Board president Buddy August, who participated electronically as he... + continue reading
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Family Festival Day on was held at the oval on Saturday, May 18. The culmination of Youth Appreciation Week, the event included face painting, a chalk walk, fire and public works trucks, a petting zoo, crafts, games, obstacle courses, slides, and bounce houses, as well as a robotics exposition.... + continue reading
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Livingston UNICO will hold its 33rd annual Dominick A. Crincoli Memorial Sports Awards Breakfast to honor two Livingston High School seniors with the Brian Piccolo Sportsmanship Award. The award is presented annually to two high school seniors, male and female, who best symbolize the character and... + continue reading
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The Livingston High School boys’ lacrosse team defeated the Morristown Colonials, 10-4, on Wednesday, May 15, at home on the turf. Shown here, Lancer goalie Brandon Shevins, #10, snags a loose ball to thwart a Morristown attack. LHS defenseman Brandon Persaud, #18, converges on the play.... + continue reading

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05/23/2019
Paul Steven Siegel died at his home in Livingston on Sunday, May 19. He was 64. Born in Norfolk, Virginia and raised in Farmingdale, Long Island, Mr. Siegel lived in Livingston for the past 34 years. Afuneral service was held Monday at Bernheim Apter Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel in... + continue reading
05/23/2019
Anthony “Tony” L. Mita, 65, died Sunday, May 19, at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Somerset in Somerville. Born in Newark, Mr. Mita resided in Livingston for many years before moving to Martinsville 32 years ago. He was employed by Beneficial Insurance Companies in... + continue reading

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05/23/2019
The Livingston High School girls’ track and field team travelled to West Orange High School to participate in the Essex County Championships. “While the girls’ team did not come away with a trophy, several athletes shined along with some promising results from some novice athletes... + continue reading
05/23/2019
Family Festival Day on was held at the oval on Saturday, May 18. The culmination of Youth Appreciation Week, the event included face painting, a chalk walk, fire and public works trucks, a petting zoo, crafts, games, obstacle courses, slides, and bounce houses, as well as a robotics exposition.... + continue reading
05/23/2019
The Livingston High School boys’ lacrosse team defeated the Morristown Colonials, 10-4, on Wednesday, May 15, at home on the turf. Shown here, Lancer goalie Brandon Shevins, #10, snags a loose ball to thwart a Morristown attack. LHS defenseman Brandon Persaud, #18, converges on the play.... + continue reading

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05/23/2019
Livingston police this week are investigating a residential burglary; an incident of inappropriate touching; several break-ins and thefts from motor vehicles; the theft of a motor vehicle; and a... + continue reading

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05/23/2019
The Livingston High School girls’ track and field team travelled to West Orange High School to participate in the Essex County Championships. “While the girls’ team did not come... + continue reading

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05/16/2019
After a nearly year-long search, the Livingston Board of Education announced at Monday’s meeting that it has selected a new superintendent of schools for the upcoming academic year. Matthew... + continue reading