Thursday, March 23, 2017
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The Livingston Police Department, Livingston Fire Department, and the Essex County Bomb Squad rushed to Temple Beth Shalom, 193 East Mt. Pleasant Avenue, at approximately 11 a.m. on Tuesday, March 21, following a bomb threat that was called in to the temple. Police officials confirmed that the... + continue reading
Thursday, March 23, 2017
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LACROSSE SPRING TRAINING BEGINS: Girls’ lacrosse senior players led the varsity team into spring training as the snow melted on the turf. The Lancers will host Governor Livingston in the season opener on Thursday, March 30. Shown are Jessie April, Maisy Coyne, Olivia Freschi, Kelly Wolfe,... + continue reading
Thursday, March 23, 2017
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REMOVE SNOW FOR SPRING TRAINING: Senior members of the Livingston High School boys’ varsity tennis team recently shoveled snow from the courts during spring training. The Lancers will host Mendham, Scotch Plains and Watchung Hills in the Lancer Invitational on Saturday, April 1, to open the... + continue reading
Thursday, March 23, 2017
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In this occasional series, the West Essex Tribune has invited Livingston residents to tell us about the pet or pets they have adopted or rescued. Here, Norman Spencer, a Rhodesian Ridgeback mix, shares his story, as told to Jacob Spencer. • • • Woof! My name is Norman Spencer... + continue reading
Thursday, March 23, 2017
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Children’s Theatre of Livingston (CTL), “where every child takes center stage,” will present Disney’s Peter Pan Jr. this weekend with four performances. The play will be presented on Saturday, March 25, and Sunday, March 26, at the Eisenhower Corporate Center, 290 West Mt.... + continue reading

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03/23/2017
Re-purposing properties, enforcing existing ordinances, establishing community gardens and improving streets were some of the suggestions made by about 40 enthusiastic speakers at the Livingston Planning Board’s forum on the township Master Plan on March 21. More than 125 people packed the... + continue reading
03/23/2017
At the Township Council meeting on Monday evening, acting township manager Russ Jones, along with chief financial officer Kimberly Kientz, introduced Livingston’s 2017 municipal budget. A public hearing on the proposed budget will be held at the Council’s meeting on Monday, May 8, at 8... + continue reading

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03/23/2017
LACROSSE SPRING TRAINING BEGINS: Girls’ lacrosse senior players led the varsity team into spring training as the snow melted on the turf. The Lancers will host Governor Livingston in the season opener on Thursday, March 30. Shown are Jessie April, Maisy Coyne, Olivia Freschi, Kelly Wolfe,... + continue reading
03/23/2017
On another note, but on the same topic, the Tribune was taken to task on Facebook this week for posting information about the incident at Temple Beth Shalom as it was occurring. The editorial staff would like the community to know that we go to great lengths to both inform, and protect, our... + continue reading
03/23/2017
This week, our community was confronted with a cowardly bomb threat against a local synagogue. While a legitimate threat was, thankfully, unfounded, the stress of such a situation lingers, not just for those who were directly involved, but for the entire township. It seems that the overwhelming... + continue reading

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At the Township Council meeting on Monday evening, acting township manager Russ Jones, along with chief financial officer Kimberly Kientz, introduced Livingston’s 2017 municipal budget. A... + continue reading

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03/23/2017
REMOVE SNOW FOR SPRING TRAINING: Senior members of the Livingston High School boys’ varsity tennis team recently shoveled snow from the courts during spring training. The Lancers will host... + continue reading

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03/23/2017
This week, our community was confronted with a cowardly bomb threat against a local synagogue. While a legitimate threat was, thankfully, unfounded, the stress of such a situation lingers, not just... + continue reading
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