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25
Sep
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Livingston Spinners Cycle in Times Square

Cycle for Survival kicked off its 2015 campaign with a successful Times Square Takeover. Seven hundred spinners danced and sang on their stationary bikes throughout the day as they listened to the inspirational words of cancer survivors, doctors, celebrities, and co-founder of Cycle for Survival, Dave Linn. Linn is the husband of Livingston native, Jennifer Goodman Linn, who initiated the event before losing her battle with cancer in 2011.
 
Thu
18
Sep

Cameras Film Buskers "Heth and Jed" For AXS Television Reality Show Pilot

To date, brothers Heth and Jed Weinstein have played more than 1,000 shows as buskers, or street musicians, in New York City. No small feat for siblings who didn't speak to each other for two years. Thankfully, they reconnected through the music they both love and recently secured a deal with AXS TV for a television pilot. Their reality show, "Heth and Jed," will air in the next few weeks. Details on the date will be published in an upcoming edition of the Tribune.
For the musical duo, it was a long road to the success on the streets.

 
Thu
18
Sep
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LEMONADE STAND RAISES

$3,000: Livingston residents Alexa Kay and Sam Braverman recently held their third annual lemonade stand to benefit the Hearing Loss Association of America.
 
Thu
18
Sep
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REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER

Livingston held its annual September 11 Remembrance Ceremony at the 9-11 Memorial Garden in Memorial Park last Thursday, on the 13th anniversary of the Al Quaeda terrorist attacks on the United States.
 
Thu
18
Sep
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Lancers Crush Rival Millburn Millers In Football Season Opener

By Robert Towey
 
The Livingston Lancer varsity football team started its season in spectacular fashion by routing the Millburn Millers, 36-7, at home on Saturday, September 13, a game which head coach Barry Kostibos described as a “competitive team effort that really showcased our skills as a team.”
 
Thu
18
Sep
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Planning Board Continues Hearing On Care Facility on East Cedar St.

Health Resources of New Jersey, LLC, returned to the Livingston Planning Board for a continued hearing on its application to construct a three story assisted living facility, and a three story post acute care facility, as well as overflow parking and modified parking lot improvements on East Cedar and Old Short Hills Road. A minor subdivision is requested.
 
Thu
11
Sep
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Contractors continue removing

Old sections of block curbing and installing new Belgian block curbing and drop curbs for driveways, on sections of South Ashby Avenue near the intersection with Spalding Drive.
 
Thu
11
Sep
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Business Students Earn Honors At National Conference

Livingston High School students Justin Leff, Dan MacBlane, Michael Segal and Robbie Roisenberg were recognized at the September 8 Board of Education meeting for placing first and second in business events at the FBLA-PBL National Leadership Conference that was held in Nashville Tennessee in late June.
 
Thu
11
Sep
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FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

Approximately 5,880 Livingston public school students returned to the classroom on Thursday, September 4.
 
Thu
11
Sep
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Board of Education Hears Updates About Technology and Construction

The Board of Education meeting on September 8 began with a moment of silence in memory of Lou Venza, a former Board member who died last week. "He was a great guy who loved this town," said president Barry Funt. "He will be missed." Interim assistant superintendent Jim O'Neill said that one of the nicest things is to recognize students who have special accomplishments; he congratulated four Livingston High School seniors who earned top places in a national business competition (see photo and article in this issue).
 

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