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A lofty perspective

Livingston resident and firefighter tim Foley took an aerial photograph of the Camuso Holiday display. Capturing the image from the top of the livingston Fire department's ladder truck, the photograph gives residents a bird's eye view of the decorations.
 
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Matt Scavetta Wins Pole Vault Title; Ain Jones-Davis Sets School Record

The Super Essex Conference (SEC) Championship finished on Saturday, December 27, in Jersey City at the armory. The Livingston Lancers recorded many strong performances on both the girls and boys sides with the girls finishing in fourth place in the American Division. The girls were edged out of third place by rival West Orange by one point. On the boy’s side, the team finished up in ninth place in the American Division with a total of 14 points.
 
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Silverman to Be sworn in as mayor at 2015 re-organization meeting

Michael Silverman will be sworn in as the mayor of Livingston for 2015 at the township's annual re-organization meeting, to be held tomorrow, Thursday, January 1, at 11 a.m. at the Hillside Avenue community center. The former deputy mayor is succeeding councilman Dr. Michael Rieber.
 
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Tribune welcomes First Baby of 2015 with many gifts

The first baby of 2015 born to Livingston parents will be welcomed by the West Essex Tribune and its advertisers with an assortment of gifts in the 58th annual First Baby Contest. The rules to determine the winner are the same each year: The first baby of 2015 must be born in a nearby hospital to parents who currently reside in Livingston. The exact time of the birth must be certified in writing by the attending physician.
 
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FORENSICS TEAM COMPETES

On Saturday, December 20, 18 members of the LHS forensics team competed in the Newark CFL #3 tournament at Ridge High School.
 
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Drivers Urged To "Tie One On" for Safety

The Livingston Health Department and Community Policing Unit are asking residents to "Tie One On for Safety" as part of the MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) campaign which asks drivers to tie red ribbons to visible locations on their vehicles.
 
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Some Things Don't Change

Born in 1887 in Livingston, he was the son of Amos Harrison, in whose honor the elementary school on North Livingston Avenue is named. He graduated from Princeton University in 1911, and taught at Livingston High School when the classes met in a small wood frame building on East Mt. Pleasant Avenue where the Firestone garage is now located.
 
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Township Presents Awards to Employees Honoring Them for Excellence in Service

At the close of each year, the township recognizes staff members who have provided exemplary service to the Livingston community. The goal of the recently held fifth annual Employee Recognition Program was to recognize significant contributions in areas relating to improving operation, cost savings, promoting team spirit, improving the image and reputation of the township, and customer satisfaction.
 
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Coat Drive Makes Appeal for 300 Coats By New Year’s Eve to Beat 2013 Total

The Livingston Coat Drive has put out an appeal for an additional 300 coats by New Year's Eve, in order to surpass last year's total collection only halfway through the campaign. According to Livingston resident Jeff ("the Coat Guy") Friedman, founder and coordinator of the Coat Drive, "We will definitely trample last year's record, which was 1,500 coats collected. Already, we are at 1,200 coats – and it's only December!"
He continued, "we're hoping to hit the 1,500 mark by New Year's. Our generous residents can make this happen. It’s just so easy to donate through our drop-off locations or with our private, home pick-up service." He emphasized that, "There is always a need for warm coats. Please don't ever think we don't need your unwanted coats; there is always someone who can use them."
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SANTA VISITS LIVINGSTON!

The jolly old man in the red suit visited Livingston at the Camuso Holiday Display on Friday, December 12. While his reindeer were resting up for the Christmas fl ights, the Livingston Fire Department helped out by delivering Santa to the Gazebo, where he listened to children’s wishes and looked over their holiday gift lists.
 

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