Thursday, September 21, 2017
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LONG TIME RESIDENT THANKS COMMUNITY: Shown above Keith Hines, a long-time Livingston resident and volunteer, spoke at the Town Council meeting on Monday evening to thank the community for supporting him during a recent illness. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http... + continue reading
Thursday, September 21, 2017
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SUBMITS NEW APPLICATION: The township planning department has received a new application from NJ Energy Corporation, the owner of the former Exxon gas station on the corner of Hillside Avenue and Northfield Road, seeking to reuse the existing gas pumps for a gas station and convenience store. To... + continue reading
Thursday, September 21, 2017
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Livingston resident Michele Dippold Connolly is creating and selling hand-dyed teal scarves to raise money for the fight against ovarian cancer. In commemoration of September as Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Connolly, who works as a patient liaison at Morristown Medical Center and creates hand... + continue reading
Thursday, September 21, 2017
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James Calderone of Livingston has formally announced his candidacy for the Livingston Board of Education. He is among two contenders for one seat on the school board in the November election. The seat is currently filled by Board member Charles “Buddy” August, who is seeking... + continue reading
Thursday, September 21, 2017
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The Livingston High School varsity football team suffered its first loss at home this season after a tough defeat by Montclair High School, 41-0. Despite the loss, coach Robert Breschard said that the Friday night game offered several bright spots for the Lancers. With starting quarterback Jack... + continue reading

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09/21/2017
During its conference meeting on Monday evening, the Livingston Township Council heard a presentation by superintendent of schools Chris Steffner about using random drug testing as a deterrent and early intervention strategy at Livingston High School. “The research is undisputed that if... + continue reading
09/21/2017
The Township of Livingston is conducting a deer management program on Township-owned lands now through February 17, 2018. The program runs during the day, beginning one-half hour before sunrise and ending one half-hour after sunset each day. Livingston’s deer management program is held... + continue reading

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09/21/2017
James Calderone of Livingston has formally announced his candidacy for the Livingston Board of Education. He is among two contenders for one seat on the school board in the November election. The seat is currently filled by Board member Charles “Buddy” August, who is seeking... + continue reading
09/21/2017
SUBMITS NEW APPLICATION: The township planning department has received a new application from NJ Energy Corporation, the owner of the former Exxon gas station on the corner of Hillside Avenue and Northfield Road, seeking to reuse the existing gas pumps for a gas station and convenience store. To... + continue reading
09/21/2017
LONG TIME RESIDENT THANKS COMMUNITY: Shown above Keith Hines, a long-time Livingston resident and volunteer, spoke at the Town Council meeting on Monday evening to thank the community for supporting him during a recent illness. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http... + continue reading

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09/21/2017
LONG TIME RESIDENT THANKS COMMUNITY: Shown above Keith Hines, a long-time Livingston resident and volunteer, spoke at the Town Council meeting on Monday evening to thank the community for supporting... + continue reading

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09/21/2017
LANCERS FALL TO KNIGHTS: Shown above on Tuesday, September 19, Aria Navi, #3, of the Livingston High School boys’ varsity soccer team, deflects the ball against West Essex. The Lancers were... + continue reading

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09/21/2017
Chris Steffner, superintendent of Livingston Public Schools, attended a Town Council meeting this week to present township leaders with information about random drug testing for high school students... + continue reading