Friday, January 19, 2018
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Edward Meinhardt, mayor of Livingston for 2018, will address the Livingston League of Women Voters at its meeting on Wednesday evening, January 24, at 8 p.m. at the Senior/Community Center on Hillside Avenue. He will discuss his goals for the coming year. The public is invited... + continue reading
Thursday, January 18, 2018
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FALL TO STATE CHAMPS: The Lancers hosted St. Peter's Prep in the Auxiliary Gym on Tuesday, January 9. St. Peter's, the reigning state champions, defeated the Lancers, 14-13. Here, Lancer Sean Kim scores against David Garlick of the Prep. Kim defeated Garlick, 5-3, to win the sabre bout.... + continue reading
Thursday, January 18, 2018
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The Livingston Public Library will present “Nutty by Nature” on Thursday evening, January 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the program room. “Nutty by Nature” is an improv comedy troupe that has been performing in the New Jersey area for over 20 years. It presents family-friendly... + continue reading
Thursday, January 18, 2018
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More than 30 Livingston wrestling alumni returned to the school to watch the home town team take on their Millburn neighbors in a Super Essex Conference dual meet last weekend. Livingston topped the Millers, 63-9. Eight forfeits by Millburn set the table for such a score, but the Lancers who... + continue reading
Thursday, January 18, 2018
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GAVIN'S GUESS was the winner of the contest at the Camuso Display to guess the number of M&Ms in a plastic snowman jar. Four year old Gavin Friedman, son of Marisa and Josh Friedman of Livingston, guessed 4,567. The actual number of M & M’s was 4,686. Guesses ranged from 100 to 8,... + continue reading

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01/18/2018
The meeting room at Township Hall was filled on Thursday evening, January 11, with Livingston residents and artists from the Riker Hill Art Park who wanted to express their opinions about the future of the county park. The park, a former federal Nike base, was purchased by the county for... + continue reading
01/18/2018
The Planning Board approved a preliminary and final site plan for Cider Mill Partners to construct 56 stacked townhouses at 40 Old Short Hills Road. Forty-four of the units will rent at market rate and 12 will be rented to low and moderate income residents to help meet the town's COAH (Council... + continue reading

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01/19/2018
Edward Meinhardt, mayor of Livingston for 2018, will address the Livingston League of Women Voters at its meeting on Wednesday evening, January 24, at 8 p.m. at the Senior/Community Center on Hillside Avenue. He will discuss his goals for the coming year. The public is invited... + continue reading
01/18/2018
Livingston Boy Scout Troop 16, chartered by St. Philomena Church, held a Court of Honor on Saturday, January 6, to welcome its four new Eagle Scouts. Earning Boy Scouting’s highest rank were Marco Benedetto N. Agbayani, Patrick K. Miller, Mark G. Shaw, and Nicholas Brandon Sheehan. Marco... + continue reading
01/18/2018
GAVIN'S GUESS was the winner of the contest at the Camuso Display to guess the number of M&Ms in a plastic snowman jar. Four year old Gavin Friedman, son of Marisa and Josh Friedman of Livingston, guessed 4,567. The actual number of M & M’s was 4,686. Guesses ranged from 100 to 8,... + continue reading

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01/19/2018
Edward Meinhardt, mayor of Livingston for 2018, will address the Livingston League of Women Voters at its meeting on Wednesday evening, January 24, at 8 p.m. at the Senior/... + continue reading

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01/18/2018
More than 30 Livingston wrestling alumni returned to the school to watch the home town team take on their Millburn neighbors in a Super Essex Conference dual meet last weekend. Livingston topped... + continue reading

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01/18/2018
Essex County has owned the Riker Hill Art Park since 1973. When the county purchased it from the federal government, the barracks at the former Nike base were in deplorable condition. Most had no... + continue reading
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