A DAY ON
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A DAY ON: Members of the Township Council and the Livingston Committee for Diversity and Inclusion collected donations, including food, school supplies, cleaning supplies, and more in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Day of Service is meant to be “a day on, not a day off.”... + continue reading
College Lacrosse Player Starts Equipment Drive
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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic forcing academic institutions across the country to send students home, many spring sports seasons came to an abrupt end. For the first time in many years, spring studentathletes found themselves displaced from their sports and their teammates for the... + continue reading
LINE WORK
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LINE WORK: Hillside Avenue was closed between Belmont Drive and Manor Road on Friday, January 15 so that sewer and water lines could be connected to a new house on the west side of Hillside Avenue. Crew members are shown here working on the sewer connection, the white pipe about 13 feet below the... + continue reading
LANCERS WIN ON ICE
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LANCERS WIN ON ICE: The Livingston High School ice hockey team defeated Verona/Glen Ridge, 6-1, at the CodeyArena on Monday evening, January 18. The Lancer goals were scored by Cade Prendergast, Austin Vecchio, Danny Grossbad, Michael Mumm (who scored two) and Lenny Kanchik. The victory evened the... + continue reading
Livingston Family Donates 500 Pounds of Food to Pantry
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On December 26, the Sheth family, longtime residents ofLivingston, delivered more than 500 pounds of food and nonperishable goods, along with a check for several thousands of dollars, to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey in Hillside. After participating in a food drive several months earlier... + continue reading
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College Lacrosse Player Starts Equipment Drive
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01/21/2021
Livingston Public Schools superintendent Matthew Block announced that the district will move from three cohorts to two cohorts in the secondary schools as of Monday, February 1, the first day of the second semester. This will allow students who selected in-person hybrid instruction to be in school... + continue reading
01/21/2021
Livingston and Essex County officials, along with employees of Saint Barnabas Medical Center, addressed township residents’ questions, comments, and concerns regarding the COVID-19 vaccination process and the ongoing pandemic during an online panel discussion last Thursday, January 14. The... + continue reading

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01/21/2021
Last Thursday, Livingston Township officials hosted a vaccine forum, an online discussion that allowed residents to ask questions about the vaccination process. It was informative and conducted efficiently. Credit is due to all who spoke during the more than hour-long panel for answering many of... + continue reading
01/21/2021
We also wish to remind residents that the world is not their trash can, specifically when it comes to discarded masks and gloves. The amount of PPE we have seen on the ground in the past year is disgusting and disheartening. We cannot imagine that so many residents would carelessly throw these... + continue reading
College Lacrosse Player Starts Equipment Drive
01/21/2021
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic forcing academic institutions across the country to send students home, many spring sports seasons came to an abrupt end. For the first time in many years, spring studentathletes found themselves displaced from their sports and their teammates for the... + continue reading

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A DAY ON
01/21/2021
A DAY ON: Members of the Township Council and the Livingston Committee for Diversity and Inclusion collected donations, including food, school supplies, cleaning supplies, and more in honor of Martin... + continue reading

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College Lacrosse Player Starts Equipment Drive
01/21/2021
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic forcing academic institutions across the country to send students home, many spring sports seasons came to an abrupt end. For the first time in many years, spring... + continue reading

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01/21/2021
Last Thursday, Livingston Township officials hosted a vaccine forum, an online discussion that allowed residents to ask questions about the vaccination process. It was informative and conducted... + continue reading