Sia Bansal Key Club Board Member
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Residents who would like to add one or more red maple or eastern redbud trees to their yards this spring can do so while helping the Livingston High School Key Club promote sustainability by offsetting the school’s paper usage. Key Club is working with TreePlenish, a nonprofit organization... + continue reading
VARSITY LANCERS SPLIT TWO
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VARSITY LANCERS SPLIT TWO: The Livingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team was edged by the Mount Saint Dominic Lions, 36-34, on Wednesday, February 17, in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center, but in a subsequent away game, defeated the Jaguars of Arts High School of Newark, 45-40,... + continue reading
JV TEAM FALLS TO MOUNT SAINT DOMINIC
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JV TEAM FALLS TO MOUNT SAINT DOMINIC: The Livingston High School girls’ junior varsity basketball team fell to the Mount Saint Dominic Lions, 46-34, on Wednesday, February 17, at home in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center. Shown here, Lancer forward Avery Reiman scores on a rebound put back... + continue reading
“SNOW” PLACE LIKE HOME
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“SNOW” PLACE LIKE HOME: Having fun in last week’s snow were the Godsy family of 45 Billingsley Drive, who built an igloo. Shown here, mom Jen and daughters Talia, four, and Whitney, five, enjoy the structure they built, which was designed by dad Joe Godsy.   To read... + continue reading
Livingston Getting Buried Under Successive Snowstorms
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A displaced polar vortex and a polar jet stream that has been pushed more to the south than usual have resulted in an active winter weather pattern that has been sitting over New Jersey for several weeks. This pattern has been responsible for a snowier-than-usual February, with snow events taking... + continue reading
Sia Bansal Key Club Board Member
VARSITY LANCERS SPLIT TWO
JV TEAM FALLS TO MOUNT SAINT DOMINIC
“SNOW” PLACE LIKE HOME
Livingston Getting Buried Under Successive Snowstorms

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Giovanni Raimato of Livingston died Tuesday, February 16. He was 81 years old. He was born in Calabritto, Avellino, Italy. He settled in Newark in 1966 and moved to Livingston in 1982. Mr. Raimato worked in building maintenance for the Livingston Board of Education for ten years before... + continue reading
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Two weeks ago, Livingston’s school buildings were closed the Monday following a storm that dropped about eight inches of snow on the township, ending around 4 p.m. the previous day. The primary reason that the district could not safely reopen was a lack of salt to treat the parking lots and... + continue reading
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VARSITY LANCERS SPLIT TWO
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VARSITY LANCERS SPLIT TWO: The Livingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team was edged by the Mount Saint Dominic Lions, 36-34, on Wednesday, February 17, in the LHS Fitness and Wellness Center, but in a subsequent away game, defeated the Jaguars of Arts High School of Newark, 45-40,... + continue reading

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Sia Bansal Key Club Board Member
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Residents who would like to add one or more red maple or eastern redbud trees to their yards this spring can do so while helping the Livingston High School Key Club promote sustainability by... + continue reading

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VARSITY LANCERS SPLIT TWO
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VARSITY LANCERS SPLIT TWO: The Livingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team was edged by the Mount Saint Dominic Lions, 36-34, on Wednesday, February 17, in the LHS Fitness and... + continue reading

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02/25/2021
Two weeks ago, Livingston’s school buildings were closed the Monday following a storm that dropped about eight inches of snow on the township, ending around 4 p.m. the previous day. The primary... + continue reading