CAMUSO DISPLAY
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CAMUSO DISPLAY: A shed, loaned by the Little League to the Camuso committee for storage use for the holiday display, is moved, as Camuso “elves” prepare to soon open the display. The lights on the display will turn on beginning on the evening of Saturday, December 5, and will remain on... + continue reading
Eagle Scout Jayson Melhorn Receives Overdue Honors
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Livingston Boy Scout Troop 12 held its first outdoor Eagle Court of Honor on Sunday, November 15, for Eagle Scout Jayson Melhorn. Melhorn had received his Eagle Scout rank, the highest rank attainable in Scouting, in December of 2019. His Eagle project was to raise funds for, and purchase, three... + continue reading
LFD Extinguishes Truck Fire
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The Livingston Fire Department extinguished a blaze in a pick-up truck on Friday, November 20, at about 10:30 a.m. The fire took place on Route 280 west of exit 5, at the Livingston/Roseland border. No injuries were reported, and the fire was extinguished without incident. The Roseland Fire... + continue reading
LANCER SPIRIT
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LANCER SPIRIT: The Lancer football team played its last home game on Friday, November 20, and the cheerleaders, color guard, and band performed for the last time this season. The cheerleaders, band, and color guard kept Lancer school spirit high. Shown at top, cheerleaders include, rear, Imani Medy... + continue reading
Heritage Student Hits Hole in One
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A Heritage Middle School student hit his first-ever hole-in-one earlier this month, just one week after his Bar Mitzvah. OnNovember 7, Jordan Harris, an avid golfer, hit the ball in the cup on the seventh hole, a 135-yard par three, at Mountain Ridge Country Club in West Caldwell. He used a 5-... + continue reading
CAMUSO DISPLAY
Eagle Scout Jayson Melhorn Receives Overdue Honors
LFD Extinguishes Truck Fire
LANCER SPIRIT
Heritage Student Hits Hole in One

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11/25/2020
At the Monday, November 23, meeting of the Livingston Township Council, members discussed a nearly $2 million appropriation to cover COVID-19-related deficits, and again held open a mixed-use housing ordinance, among otherbusiness. The meeting was held virtually and may be seen on the Livingston... + continue reading
11/25/2020
As of Tuesday morning, November 24, the Livingston Health Department has reported that a total of 842 Livingston residents have tested positive for COVID-19 since the first case was recorded in mid-March. 74 of those residents have died as a result of the virus. Compared to the same time last week... + continue reading

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LANCER SPIRIT
11/25/2020
LANCER SPIRIT: The Lancer football team played its last home game on Friday, November 20, and the cheerleaders, color guard, and band performed for the last time this season. The cheerleaders, band, and color guard kept Lancer school spirit high. Shown at top, cheerleaders include, rear, Imani Medy... + continue reading
Heritage Student Hits Hole in One
11/25/2020
A Heritage Middle School student hit his first-ever hole-in-one earlier this month, just one week after his Bar Mitzvah. OnNovember 7, Jordan Harris, an avid golfer, hit the ball in the cup on the seventh hole, a 135-yard par three, at Mountain Ridge Country Club in West Caldwell. He used a 5-... + continue reading
11/19/2020
As daily COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Livingston, it is time to reassess how our children will complete the rest of school through the calendar year. We fully understand the value of the in-person experience for students, and the burden it puts on working parents when their children stay... + continue reading

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CAMUSO DISPLAY
11/25/2020
CAMUSO DISPLAY: A shed, loaned by the Little League to the Camuso committee for storage use for the holiday display, is moved, as Camuso “elves” prepare to soon open the display. The... + continue reading

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LANCER SPIRIT
11/25/2020
LANCER SPIRIT: The Lancer football team played its last home game on Friday, November 20, and the cheerleaders, color guard, and band performed for the last time this season. The cheerleaders, band,... + continue reading

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11/19/2020
As daily COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Livingston, it is time to reassess how our children will complete the rest of school through the calendar year. We fully understand the value of the in... + continue reading