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Tuesday, July 9, was an unusually busy day for the Livingston Fire Department, which responded to a dump truck accident that took down three utility poles; a transformer fire; a garbage truck fire; and a gas leak, all before noon. The morning began with a general alarm which sounded at about 5 a... + continue reading
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Inaugural Issue Featured New Firehouse and Bow-Tie Lesson: With this issue, the West Essex Tribune marks its 90th year of continuous publication. The newspaper was founded by Herbert Harris, and was published for the fi rst time on July 6, 1929. A fi ve-part series of articles will trace the... + continue reading
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Independence Day in Livingston was packed with activities from morning until evening, and was capped off with a spectacular fireworks show at the Oval. Photos of the day’s events can be seen throughout this issue of the Tribune. Yangwei Shi and MCA Photos   To read more please... + continue reading
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Livingston residents and Township Council members played cricket on the Fourth of July. The game was part of an exhibition sponsored by Sanskriti of New Jersey. Shown above, mayor Al Anthony takes a swing. Jerry Siskind Photo   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading
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The 11U Livingston Little League baseball team completed a 6-0 run in its bracket to claim the New Jersey District 8 championship for the second consecutive season. The boys will now move onto the sectional round, starting today, Thursday, July 11, in Fort Lee. Shown here are coaches Dave... + continue reading

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After Livingston’s Township Council recently changed the name of a street, some business owners on the roadway are requesting that the previous name be reinstated, leaving Council members looking for a compromise. To accommodate a request by Rabbi Zalman Grossbaum, CEO of LifeTown –... + continue reading
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In response to several complaints from residents, Livingston’sTownship Council discussed the best way to handle aggressive solicitors in town. One company in particular appears to be in violation of a town ordinance, and township attorney Shari Weiner is asking residents to help the town... + continue reading

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07/11/2019
Inaugural Issue Featured New Firehouse and Bow-Tie Lesson: With this issue, the West Essex Tribune marks its 90th year of continuous publication. The newspaper was founded by Herbert Harris, and was published for the fi rst time on July 6, 1929. A fi ve-part series of articles will trace the... + continue reading
07/11/2019
This past week, the West Essex Tribune turned 90. On July 6, 1929, the first issue of the Tribune was published, and nine decades later, we are still going strong. There has been a lot of change in the years since that first edition hit newsstands, but the goal of Livingston’s Community... + continue reading
07/11/2019
We’ve reached the “lazy days of summer,” and while the days are warm and there’s fun to be had around every corner in town, the pace of life slows down not just in town, but also here at the Tribune. With school out, there are fewer events to cover, from the arts to sports.... + continue reading

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07/11/2019
Livingston residents and Township Council members played cricket on the Fourth of July. The game was part of an exhibition sponsored by Sanskriti of New Jersey. Shown above, mayor Al Anthony takes a... + continue reading

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07/11/2019
We’ve reached the “lazy days of summer,” and while the days are warm and there’s fun to be had around every corner in town, the pace of life slows down not just in town, but... + continue reading