Board of Education Begins Budget Discussion
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The Board of Education commemorated Veterans Day at its November 11 meeting when three faculty members from Livingston High School who served in the military led the Pledge of Allegiance. They wereAmro Mohammed, dean of students, a veteran of 26 years in the Marines; Marie Battist-Rock, business... + continue reading
LEAF COLLECTION
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Employees of the Livingston Department of Public Works are shown above, collecting leaves in the street on Mounthaven Drive near Claremont Avenue on Tuesday, November 12. Pick-up will continue in section 2 through November 24. Residents in section 3, the area south of East and West Northfield Roads... + continue reading
Radium Girls to be Presented by LHS Theater
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Radium Girls, a play by D.W. Gregory, will be presented by the Livingston High School Drama Club on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 14, 15 and 16 at 6:30 p.m. The play is based on the real life story of the “Radium Girls,” female factory workers who contracted radiation... + continue reading
LFD BATTLES BLAZE
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LFD BATTLES BLAZE: Livingston firefighters responded to East Northfield Road on Tuesday, November 5, and extinguished a house fire that appeared to have originated in a second floor bathroom. At about 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 5, Livingston Police officers dispatched the Livingston Fire... + continue reading
Storm Topples Trees, Damages Houses, Causes Power Outages
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“This Was a Nasty One:” A strong overnight storm, with winds of up to 60 miles per hour, battered the state late Thursday, October 31, into Friday, November 1. Statewide, more than 14,000 homes and businesses were without power early Friday, and portions of major roads were closed... + continue reading
Board of Education Begins Budget Discussion
LEAF COLLECTION
Radium Girls to be Presented by LHS Theater
LFD BATTLES BLAZE
Storm Topples Trees, Damages Houses, Causes Power Outages

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11/14/2019
Frank “Pep” Saul, aged 95, died peacefully at home on Thursday, November 7, 2019. Visitation will be held on Friday, November 15, 2019 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, 145 East Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Livingston, New Jersey. Relatives and friends are invited to attend... + continue reading
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Ruby Polonetsky Schrimmer died peacefully in her sleep on November 9, 2019, at the age of 83. Born in the Bronx on December 9, 1935, she lived for over 45 years in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, and then retired to Livingston. AHunter College graduate majoring in psychology and education, Ruby... + continue reading

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11/14/2019
Election Day has come and gone. The races are over. Thanksgiving is almost here, and Christmas trees are already being purchased. It’s time to move on, but it is hard to do so with campaign signs still littering our streets. As of publication day, today, Thursday, November 14, it has been... + continue reading
11/14/2019
We discussed Veterans Day in this space last week, but we feel compelled to briefly bring it up here once more. On the annual holiday this past Monday, some of Livingston’s veterans, including members of the local VFW, gathered at Memorial Park to pay their respects. It was an informal... + continue reading
11/14/2019
Tonight, Thursday, November 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the Livingston Planning Board meeting, an open public forum will be held to discuss amendments to general zoning requirements prohibiting medical marijuana dispensaries, retail, and wholesale stores in all zoning districts.     To... + continue reading

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Board of Education Begins Budget Discussion
11/14/2019
The Board of Education commemorated Veterans Day at its November 11 meeting when three faculty members from Livingston High School who served in the military led the Pledge of Allegiance. They... + continue reading

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Philmon Mehari Wins Individual Title: This past Friday, November 1, the Lancer boys’ cross country team headed over to Brookdale Park in Bloomfield to compete in the Essex County... + continue reading

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11/14/2019
Election Day has come and gone. The races are over. Thanksgiving is almost here, and Christmas trees are already being purchased. It’s time to move on, but it is hard to do so with campaign... + continue reading