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Livingston will join thousands of other communities across the nation in celebrating National Night Out on Tuesday, August 1. For the ninth consecutive year, Saint Barnabas Medical Center has made a donation in support of the local event. National Night Out is an annual community-building... + continue reading
Thursday, July 20, 2017
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It’s summertime, but the living is not easy for the “Camuso Elves,” the band of dedicated volunteers who work year ’round to maintain and repair the Camuso Holiday Display. “Work at the shop has been continuing non-stop,” noted “Chief Elf” Tom... + continue reading
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Twelve year old Brooke Lelia of Livingston was selected to be part of the Paper Mill Playhouse Summer Music Conservatory and to perform in its show, “New Voices: Everyone Loves an Underdog.” The incoming seventh grader at Heritage Middle School, is the only Livingston resident out of... + continue reading
Thursday, July 20, 2017
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Thirteen Livingston athletes will go down in the local history books as members of the township’s first softball team to participate in the Little League World Series. Last week, the team competed in the World Series sectionals, which were held in Little Ferry. While the team did not advance... + continue reading
Thursday, July 20, 2017
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Nicole Rong, 15, of Livingston crossed the finish line in 21 minutes and 47 seconds to win second place in the Women’s Division at the tenth annual Susan G. Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure 5K USATF Timed Run. Rong is the youngest female runner in the history of the race to achieve this... + continue reading

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07/20/2017
A lawsuit has been filed against the Livingston Zoning Board by Livingston residents Miles and Suzanne Berger, and Sherry Izak. The daily press reported that the suit seeks to block the variance approvals that were granted by the Zoning Board on March 28 to the owners of 8 Windermere Court, also... + continue reading
07/20/2017
The Livingston Police Department had a busy week that included two motor vehicle chases, and one chase on foot. Stolen Clothing On Wednesday, July 12, at approximately 1 p.m., the LPD received a call from Modell’s in the Livingston Mall reporting a shoplifting incident. The store... + continue reading

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07/20/2017
In this week’s paper, a Livingston resident requested that Tribune readers consider giving a life-saving gift by donating blood this weekend. In order to maintain a safe blood supply in the community, a seven-day inventory of all blood types must be continually replenished. According to... + continue reading
07/20/2017
The Livingston Board of Education will have one open seat to be voted on in the November 7 election. Buddy August has announced his intentions to run again for the seat which he currently holds, and as the Tribune went to press, no one else had yet filed a petition to become a candidate. The... + continue reading
07/20/2017
It’s summertime, but the living is not easy for the “Camuso Elves,” the band of dedicated volunteers who work year ’round to maintain and repair the Camuso Holiday Display. “Work at the shop has been continuing non-stop,” noted “Chief Elf” Tom... + continue reading

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07/20/2017
Nicole Rong, 15, of Livingston crossed the finish line in 21 minutes and 47 seconds to win second place in the Women’s Division at the tenth annual Susan G. Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure... + continue reading

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07/20/2017
The Livingston Board of Education will have one open seat to be voted on in the November 7 election. Buddy August has announced his intentions to run again for the seat which he currently holds, and... + continue reading