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After weather delayed its formal opening, local families are now enjoying the Camuso holiday display near the gazebo at the Livingston Oval. The display will be open through New Year’s. A ceremony was held Wedneday evening, December 5, at the Camuso holiday display commemorating the fourth... + continue reading
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The Livingston High School fencing team will open its season on Saturday, December 15, with a quad meet at home against Montclair, Millburn and Columbia. Shown here, fencing coach Jeannette Ng demonstrates the attack point position to three LHS fencers, senior Jeremy Huang, junior Isabella Lima,... + continue reading
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The Livingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team hosted the Lions of Mount Saint Dominic in a final pre-season scrimmage on Monday, December 10. Shown at right, Lancer guard Aliza Gelman, #11, drives the lane to score against the Lion defense. Above, the team congratulates Kiera... + continue reading
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The Northern New Jersey FIRST LEGO League Championship concluded December 8 and 9 with team Exit 5ARobotics, an all-girls robotics team from Livingston and a member of the Livingston Robotics Club (LRC), taking home the crown jewel of the two-day event: the first place Champion’s Award. Exit... + continue reading
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Representatives of Essex County presented plans on Tuesday evening for the Phase I refurbishment of Riker Hill Art Park. No mention of the timing or plans for a second phase were presented, although additional renovations were alluded to during the meeting. Representatives of Suburban Consulting... + continue reading

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12/13/2018
John A. Pannucci, 93, a former Livingston resident and a 30-year resident of Manchester, died at his son’s home on Sunday, December 10. The family will receive friends on Friday, December 14, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Timothy E. Ryan Home for Funerals in Toms River. A Mass of... + continue reading
12/13/2018
Patricia “Trish” Duffy, 65, of Livingston, died Monday, December 3. Visitation was held on Sunday, December 9, at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston. A funeral Mass was offered on Monday, December 10, at St. Philomena’s Church, Livingston, followed by interment at Gate... + continue reading

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12/13/2018
After weather delayed its formal opening, local families are now enjoying the Camuso holiday display near the gazebo at the Livingston Oval. The display will be open through New Year’s. A ceremony was held Wedneday evening, December 5, at the Camuso holiday display commemorating the fourth... + continue reading
12/13/2018
The Board of Education on Monday night reviewed aspects of the superintendent search and the sixth grade 1:1 technology implementation. It also held a discussion on a potential policy about its use of social media, and heard concerns from several parent organization presidents. Superintendent... + continue reading
12/13/2018
Representatives of Essex County presented plans on Tuesday evening for the Phase I refurbishment of Riker Hill Art Park. No mention of the timing or plans for a second phase were presented, although additional renovations were alluded to during the meeting. Representatives of Suburban Consulting... + continue reading

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12/13/2018
After weather delayed its formal opening, local families are now enjoying the Camuso holiday display near the gazebo at the Livingston Oval. The display will be open through New Year’s. A... + continue reading

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12/13/2018
The Livingston High School girls’ varsity basketball team hosted the Lions of Mount Saint Dominic in a final pre-season scrimmage on Monday, December 10. Shown at right, Lancer guard Aliza... + continue reading

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12/13/2018
As far back as we can remember, “The Rock” has been a part of Livingston. For those who don’t know which rock we’re referencing, it’s the huge one on Shrewsbury Drive,... + continue reading