Thursday, January 11, 2018
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The Livingston High School wrestling team travelled to Nutley High School for a quad match against the host school, Orange and Verona last Saturday. The Lancers came away with three conference victories. After dropping the first bout against Orange, Livingston won the next 11 in a row for a 59-... + continue reading
Thursday, January 11, 2018
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A snowstorm that featured frigid temperatures and high winds dumped some five inches of snow and brought much of the township to a standstill last Thursday, January 4. According to Department of Public Works (DPW) superintendent Mike Anello, “It was difficult to gauge, because of the high... + continue reading
Thursday, January 11, 2018
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CAMUSO ELVES BEGIN DIGGING OUT: Chief Elf Tom Cooney and several helper elves took advantage of the sunshine and milder temperatures on Tuesday to begin clearing snow from the character bases, workshops and other items in the Camuso Holiday Display. The plan is for the sun to thaw things out a bit... + continue reading
Thursday, January 11, 2018
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The Lancer Ice Hockey Team defeated Westfield, 2-0, on Saturday afternoon, January 6, at the Codey Arena. Shown above, Eric Frieman, #21, and Jacob Fuhrman, #22, attack the net manned by Westfield goalie CJ Duffy. Lancer goalie Matthew Delseni had 19 saves in the 2-0 shutout effort. To read more... + continue reading
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PROGRAM KICK-OFF: The Livingston high School girls’ basketball varsity and junior varsity teams met with the Shining Stars special needs sports program on Saturday, January 6, for their third annual basketball clinic. The event, held in the LhS annex gym, initiates the Shining Stars six-week... + continue reading

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As part of the exploration into the possibility of participating in an energy aggregation program, the Livingston Township Council on Monday heard a presentation from Gabel Associates of Highland Park. The company is an energy environmental and public utility consulting firm. The Council had... + continue reading
01/11/2018
The Livingston Township Council is expected to appoint a new township manager in the near future. The appointment of Barry R. Lewis Jr. had been on the agenda for Monday evening, January 8; but, the action was postponed due to unexplained “timing issues.” Mayor Ed Meinhardt said on... + continue reading

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01/11/2018
CAMUSO ELVES BEGIN DIGGING OUT: Chief Elf Tom Cooney and several helper elves took advantage of the sunshine and milder temperatures on Tuesday to begin clearing snow from the character bases, workshops and other items in the Camuso Holiday Display. The plan is for the sun to thaw things out a bit... + continue reading
01/11/2018
The Livingston High School wrestling team travelled to Nutley High School for a quad match against the host school, Orange and Verona last Saturday. The Lancers came away with three conference victories. After dropping the first bout against Orange, Livingston won the next 11 in a row for a 59-... + continue reading
01/11/2018
Some years ago, when the Board of Education announced plans to close schools in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, we strenuously objected. We believed – and continue to do so – that our students could learn more about Dr. King and his ideals in school than they... + continue reading

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01/11/2018
A snowstorm that featured frigid temperatures and high winds dumped some five inches of snow and brought much of the township to a standstill last Thursday, January 4. According to Department of... + continue reading

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01/11/2018
The Lancer Ice Hockey Team defeated Westfield, 2-0, on Saturday afternoon, January 6, at the Codey Arena. Shown above, Eric Frieman, #21, and Jacob Fuhrman, #22, attack the net manned by Westfield... + continue reading

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01/11/2018
Some years ago, when the Board of Education announced plans to close schools in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, we strenuously objected. We believed – and continue to do... + continue reading
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