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Thursday, December 7, 2017
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CAMUSO DISPLAY OPENS: This past Saturday evening was the opening night of the Camuso Holiday Display at the Oval. The festivities included a lighting ceremony, trackless train rides, costumed characters and hot chocolate for all. The display will be open through January 1, weekdays from 5:30 to 9:... + continue reading
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A van crashed into the group home for people with special needs located at 363 West Northfield Road on Thursday, November 30. The accident occurred at around 5 p.m. The driver, 59 year old Diana Simmons-Peters of East Orange, lost control of the van, which was transporting three adult residents... + continue reading
Thursday, December 7, 2017
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HOLDS ANNUAL FOOTBALL PROGRAM BANQUET: The Livingston High School Football Parents’ Association recently honored the players, coaches and supporters of the Lancer Football Program. The annual banquet was held on Sunday, December 3, at the Hanover Manor. Coaches introduced each of the players... + continue reading
Thursday, December 7, 2017
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SANTA’S MAILBOX IS OPEN: Santa’s Mailbox is open through Tuesday, December 19, on the front lawn of the Livingston Fire Department headquarters, 62 South Livingston Avenue. As part of a long-standing annual holiday tradition, local youngsters are invited to write to Santa and deposit... + continue reading
Thursday, November 30, 2017
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Livingston Community Players (LCP) will present Holiday Musicale, a concert and sing-a-long event, on Saturday, December 9, at 7:30 p.m. “The performance will be held at Trinity Covenant Church, 343 East Cedar Street, thanks to the generosity and outreach of Pastor Susan Gillespie,”... + continue reading

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The Livingston Planning Board met Tuesday, December 5, and approved two applications. Both applicants were represented by attorney Stephen Geffner. Testifying on each case was licensed professional engineer and planner Richard Keller. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading
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The Township Council introduced an ordinance amending parking restrictions in the area of Congressional Parkway, as well as an ordinance establishing a schedule for regular meetings of the Council. Several resolutions were also approved. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading

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12/07/2017
SANTA’S MAILBOX IS OPEN: Santa’s Mailbox is open through Tuesday, December 19, on the front lawn of the Livingston Fire Department headquarters, 62 South Livingston Avenue. As part of a long-standing annual holiday tradition, local youngsters are invited to write to Santa and deposit... + continue reading
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At the Township Council’s meeting on Monday evening, a concerned resident brought up how important it is that people who walk, run, or bike be visible to drivers. With Daylight Savings Time no longer in effect, our hours of being “out and about” in the dark have increased. In... + continue reading
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We consistently praise Livingston’s emergency personnel and first responders, such as our police officers, firefighters and first aiders. The problem is, no matter how wonderful and competent they are, they cannot help you in times of an emergency if they cannot find you. To read more... + continue reading

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HOLDS ANNUAL FOOTBALL PROGRAM BANQUET: The Livingston High School Football Parents’ Association recently honored the players, coaches and supporters of the Lancer Football Program. The annual... + continue reading

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At the Township Council’s meeting on Monday evening, a concerned resident brought up how important it is that people who walk, run, or bike be visible to drivers. With Daylight Savings Time no... + continue reading
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