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Firefighters Find Drug Paraphernalia; Help Rescue Baby Ducklings From Drain

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The Livingston Fire Department responded to 18 calls this week, including two in which they worked with the Livingston Police Department. On Wednesday, July 8, a suspicious package was reported by the entrance to the walking bridge at Sherbrooke and Arden Roads. A red duffle bag located in the rear yard of 47 Sherbrook Parkway was determined to contain drug paraphernalia and the Livingston Police Department was called.
 
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Residents Welcome British Invasion

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Hundreds of residents took their chairs out to the Gazebo on Sunday evening where the British Invasion Tribute Band performed classic songs by bands from both this and the other side of the pond. The concert was part of this year's Summer Concert Series, which is sponsored by Regal Bank.
 
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Camelot Drive Work

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Reconstruction of storm drain catch basins on Camelot Drive, in the vicinity of the street intersection with Winston Drive, took place on Monday, July 13.
 
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Police Arrest Woman in Connection With Tower Road Home Invasion

Livingston Police Department officials have announced that an arrest has been made in connection with a home invasion robbery that occurred on Tower Road on May 28. Following a six week investigation, Melisa Aquino-Arias, 21, of Passaic was arrested without incident on Friday morning, July 10, at her apartment by both Livingston and Passaic police detectives. She faces multiple charges, including kidnapping, robbery, burglary, and theft, among others. Her bail has been set at $150,000.
 
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FOURTH OF JULY FUN

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The township's annual Fourth of July celebration featured food, music, children's activities, a car show, patriotic ceremony, and more!
 
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Ramer Seeks Election to School Board

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Another resident, Mike Ramer, has announced his candidacy for the Livingston Board of Education in the November election. Incumbents Pam Chirls and Ronnie Konner along with former Board member Barry Funt, are each seeking re-election for three year terms on the school board.
 
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NO ONE WAS INJURED

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NO ONE WAS INJURED during an early morning accident on Route 10, near the intersection of Walnut Street; however, the driver of the overturned car, seen above, received summonses for careless driving, driving whileher license and registration were suspended, and failure to report a change of address.
 
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Second Man Arrested for Burglary At East McClellan Home in December

Following an intensive search on Thursday, December 11, 2014, a 20 year old East Orange man was taken into custody and charged with a number of burglaries in the area. This week, Livingston Police apprehended one more man in connection with a burglary at 203 East McClellan Avenue. At the time, police credited an alert neighbor with the apprehension. The neighbor called police to report seeing a man climb into a rear window of the neighboring home.
 
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Homeland Security Subgrant Awarded

A number of resolutions were approved by the Town Council at its meeting on Monday, July 6, including one to authorize the township to accept a Homeland Security grant and another to allow the township to apply for a recycling grant. A resolution was approved authorizing the township to accept a State Homeland Security Program Subgrant in the amount of $5,000 from the New Jersey State Police Office of Emergency Management.
 
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Meet Your Neighbor: Michele Connolly

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Although she lives near the West Orange border, Michele Dippold Connolly of Herbert Terrace is Livingston to the core. Born in Basking Ridge, she moved to Livingston with her family at the age of five, and has lived here ever since.
When they first moved to town, the Dippolds lived on Walnut Street, and Michele attended Squiertown School. They later moved to East McClellan Avenue, and she attended Harrison School before moving on to Heritage Middle School and then Livingston High School.
Her favorite thing about living in Livingston, she says, was growing up with close friends in her neighborhood. She and her friends spent a lot of time riding bikes, playing kickball, and "hanging out." In October, they would all go trick-or-treating together, and in the summer, they would walk to Northland Pool every day. "That was the most fun," she reflects.
It was this close-knit community of family and friends that has kept here in town all these years.

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