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Wed
29
Oct

Comfort Project 360 To Hold Fundraiser

The Comfort Project 360 will be holding "A Reason to Rock" fundraiser at Crestmont Country Club in West Orange on Thursday, November 13, 7:30-11:30 p.m. Livingston residents Hyla Weiss and Suzanne Unger created the fund to focus on enhancing the mind-body connection for cancer patients at St. Barnabas Medical Center. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit www.thecomfortproject360.com.

Thu
23
Oct
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Students "Stuff the Bus" for CHOW

Livingston students stuffed a big yellow school bus with healthy foods to replenish shelves at the Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW) during "Stuff the Bus," a fall tradition to help local families in need. Baby food, multi-grain cereals, oatmeal, low sodium soups, tuna, peanut butter and jelly, and whole wheat pasta were just some of the donations that now line CHOW’s shelves and helped reopen nearby food pantries.
 
Thu
23
Oct
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THE INSTALLATION OF A NEW TOP COURSE

THE INSTALLATION OF A NEW TOP COURSE of asphalt pavement on a section of virginia Avenue between the intersections with West Mt. Pleasant Avenue and Oak Street, was done by Midwest Construction Inc. of Warren this week.
 
Thu
23
Oct
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STUDENTS AT BURNET HILL SCHOOL

STUDENTS AT BURNET HILL SCHOOL have spent the month of October, the Month of Respect in Livingston public schools, reading the book Same, Same but Different as a guide to help them create a more inclusive and safe atmosphere.
 
Thu
23
Oct
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Annual Leaf Collection Program Begins in November

Livingston Township will again be divided into three sections for the annual Leaf Collection Program, which begins in November. Leaves may only be placed in the street gutter on the specifi c dates listed in the 2014 Leaf Collection Program Schedule for each respective week and section. The New Jersey Stormwater Management Rules state that leaves may not be placed any closer than ten feet from any storm drain inlet or catch basin and can  
only be left in the street gutter for a maximum period of seven days prior to their scheduled collection date.
 
Thu
23
Oct
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Seek Volunteers for Town Committees

Two announcements this week point to the need for volunteers to serve the community. The Vision 20/20 Committee will hold its third annual Volunteer Fair on October 26 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Hillside Avenue community center. At the same time, the mayor and Township Council will make appointments to the many township advisory committees.
 
Thu
16
Oct
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Bands Team Up

VH1 and Republic Records “Make A Band Famous” winner Fancy Reagan is teaming with finalist Pastele, which features Brittany Dippold of Livingston, to play at Mexicali Live in Teaneck on Saturday, October 25. The two bands met on the show in June.
 
Thu
16
Oct
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SUMMONSES WERE ISSUED

SUMMONSES WERE ISSUED to one of the drivers involved in a two-car motor vehicle accident on Friday, October 10, at the Route 10 traffic circle. According to the police report, Geoffrey J. Varga of Randolph, driving a 2014 Acura, was traveling northbound on Eisenhower Parkway along the inside lane of the traffic circle and attempted to make an illegal left hand turn.
 
Thu
16
Oct
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Police Apprehend Man Suspected Of Breaking into Cars to Steal Purses

A 45 year old Pennsylvania man is in custody, facing multiple charges in connection with several motor vehicle break-ins and the theft of women's handbags. Beginning in mid-September, Livingston police received reports of car windows being smashed and women's purses being stolen from KinderCare on Old Short Hills Road, the West Essex YMCA on South Livingston Avenue and TutorTime on South Orange Avenue.
 
Thu
16
Oct
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School Board Candidates Discuss District’s Weaknesses

In an effort to help the community compare the two candidates, Buddy August and Barry Funt, for the one full term on the Board of Education, which will be decided in the November 4 election, the West Essex Tribune, with the help of the League of Women Voters, has posed a series of four questions to the candidates.
 

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