Thursday, July 27, 2017
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During the course of a rather quiet week, Livingston’s volunteer firefighters spent one busy Sunday dealing with a downed tree and a trapped dog. A large tree came down on Crescent Road at about 7:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 23. The tree snapped two utility poles and took down primary... + continue reading
Thursday, July 27, 2017
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Livingston public schools superintendent Christine Steffner asked the Board of Education, at its Wednesday, July 19, meeting, to give its approval for the district to explore three new initiatives. Two are scheduling changes, one regarding high school graduation and the other for professional... + continue reading
Thursday, July 27, 2017
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The inaugural “Knock Cancer Out of the Park” campaign has been a huge success for the Livingston Little League. Knock Cancer Out of the Park is a grass roots campaign started in 2017 by Dr. Steven Arsht for the purpose of increasing pediatric cancer awareness and raising money to... + continue reading
Thursday, July 27, 2017
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SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE AWARDS: At the recent Livingston Senior League baseball game, coaches presented special sportsmanship awards to one player on each of their teams selected by vote. One player, Jack Ernst, also received the Lee Hammer Sportsmanship Award. This award was previously given at the... + continue reading
Thursday, July 27, 2017
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This week, the West Essex Tribune will begin a “Tribune Rocks” treasure hunt! A special rock decorated with the Tribune’s logo (shown above) will be placed somewhere in the township. The rock will be located in well-traveled and familiar Livingston places, such as the Oval,... + continue reading

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07/27/2017
The Livingston Zoning Board of Adjustment, at its meeting on Tuesday evening, July 25, approved the expansion of school operating hours at St. Mary’s Armenian Church to permit the relocation of a language immersion program to the site. The Board also approved a proposed playground, to be... + continue reading
07/27/2017
The Livingston Fire Department is a large part of Livingston’s National Night Out. Members of the Department will once again attend the community-wide event with their ladder truck, which they use to spray water on children wishing to cool off. Firefighters will also be manning the grills,... + continue reading

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07/27/2017
The inaugural “Knock Cancer Out of the Park” campaign has been a huge success for the Livingston Little League. Knock Cancer Out of the Park is a grass roots campaign started in 2017 by Dr. Steven Arsht for the purpose of increasing pediatric cancer awareness and raising money to... + continue reading
07/27/2017
SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE AWARDS: At the recent Livingston Senior League baseball game, coaches presented special sportsmanship awards to one player on each of their teams selected by vote. One player, Jack Ernst, also received the Lee Hammer Sportsmanship Award. This award was previously given at the... + continue reading
07/27/2017
Coyotes have again been seen around town recently. In addition to the one spotted in the back yard of a home on Wynnwood Road last Friday, one was reported on the front lawn of a home on Hillside Drive on Tuesday. In the last few months, there have been a couple instances of coyotes being struck... + continue reading

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07/27/2017
The Livingston Fire Department is a large part of Livingston’s National Night Out. Members of the Department will once again attend the community-wide event with their ladder truck, which they... + continue reading

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07/27/2017
SENIOR BASEBALL LEAGUE AWARDS: At the recent Livingston Senior League baseball game, coaches presented special sportsmanship awards to one player on each of their teams selected by vote. One player,... + continue reading

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07/27/2017
Sometimes one has to read beyond a headline. On the front of this week’s Tribune, readers will find a headline announcing that the Livingston public school district is considering some proposed... + continue reading