Tennis Coach Reflects on Loss of Season
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Editor’s Note: Livingston High School tennis coach Elliot Lovi submitted this reflection on the loss of the Lancer boys’ tennis team’s season due to the coronavirus pandemic. Last Thursday, May 21, 2020, was the day that the Livingston High School boys’ tennis team had... + continue reading
Livingston Veterans Hold Small Ceremony in Honor of Memorial Day
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In a ceremony that was tinged with an extra layer of poignancy due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Livingston VFW, VFW Auxiliary, and American Legion Post 285 held a Memorial Day ceremony at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 25. The small audience, the wearing of masks, the absence of a parade, even the... + continue reading
CAR FIRE NEAR LIVINGSTON CENTER
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CAR FIRE NEAR LIVINGSTON CENTER: Livingston firefighters spent 15 minutes extinguishing a major car fire at the intersection of Hazel and West Mt. Pleasant Avenues on Wednesday, May 20, at about 6 p.m. According to fire department officials, the driver of the 2015 Lexus smelled smoke, pulled over,... + continue reading
Friedman Family Creates “Tree of Hope”
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Marisa and Josh Friedman of Livingston and their children, Alexa, five; Gavin, seven; and Connor, 21 months, have created a “Tree of Hope” and “Rocks of Strength” to send love and positive messages to their neighborhood and Livingston community during this uncertain time... + continue reading
Mourning A Brother Officer
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MOURNING A BROTHER OFFICER: Members of the Livingston Police Department gathered on Thursday, May 14, to attend the funeral of Glen Ridge police officer Charles Edward Roberts III. Officer Roberts was a 1992 graduate of Livingston High School. He died May 11 at the age of 45 of complications... + continue reading
Tennis Coach Reflects on Loss of Season
Livingston Veterans Hold Small Ceremony in Honor of Memorial Day
CAR FIRE NEAR LIVINGSTON CENTER
Friedman Family Creates “Tree of Hope”
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Tennis Coach Reflects on Loss of Season
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Editor’s Note: Livingston High School tennis coach Elliot Lovi submitted this reflection on the loss of the Lancer boys’ tennis team’s season due to the coronavirus pandemic. Last Thursday, May 21, 2020, was the day that the Livingston High School boys’ tennis team had... + continue reading

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Tennis Coach Reflects on Loss of Season
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Editor’s Note: Livingston High School tennis coach Elliot Lovi submitted this reflection on the loss of the Lancer boys’ tennis team’s season due to the coronavirus pandemic.... + continue reading

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