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Lancers Win!

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Cathy Fitzpatrick

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Takes a moment out from cleaning mud from Saturday’s rains off the elves’ workshop at the camuso Holiday display.

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Board Begins Search for Permanent Superintendent for next School Year

For the second time in three years, the Livingston Board of Education has started a search for a permanent district superintendent. Last spring, following the resignation of superintendent Dr. John B. Alfi eri, the district hired James O'Neill as an interim superintendent to run the district for the 2014-15 school year. He has told the Board he is unavailable to serve as interim for the 2015-16 school year. Alfieri, who had been hired as a permanent superintendent, had served only for the 2013-14 school year.

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The Chilling Story of Frankenstein

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The Chilling Story of Frankenstein takes the stage at livingston High school this weekend on thursday, Friday and saturday evenings at 7 p.m. victor Frankenstein, an eccentric scientist, and his wealthy family from geneva are encouraged to seek a greater understanding of the world through science.
 
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Almost Ready Despite The Early Snow

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The Camuso Holiday Display is being set up and the opening ceremony has been scheduled for December 6 from 7 to 9 p.m.; however, the weather forecast is not good and a rain date of December 7 has been set.
 
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The Livingston PBA

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The Livingston PBA is holding a Holiday toy Drive from now through December 22. all toys will go to children staying in saint Barnabas over the holidays and other local children in need.
 
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Police Are Investigating Multiple Burglaries; Recommend Steps to Prevent Break-Ins

The Livingston Police Department has asked for residents’ assistance. Over the past month, there have been several daytime burglaries on West McClellan Avenue, Riker Hill Road, Irving Avenue, Congressional Parkway, Washington Court and the most recent one at 6 Tuscan Road.
 
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Saint Barnabas Presents Plans For $210 Million Building Addition

Plans for a 269,982 square foot, $210 million addition to Saint Barnabas Medical Center were presented to the Livingston Planning Board on Tuesday evening, December 2. Attorney Peter Carton represented Saint Barnabas. The hospital's president and chief executive offi cer, Dr. Jack Bonamo and architect Kelly Miller provided testimony at the hearing.
 
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Coat Drive Organizers Announce Immediate Need for Donations of Coats, Hats, Gloves

With snow and cold weather predicted for this week, the fourth annual Livingston Coat Drive has announced there is an immediate need for donations of winter coats and accessories for the needy.
The Coat Drive is being conducted in partnership with the West Essex Tribune, which serves as a drop-off point for donations.
Livingston resident Jeff "The Coat Guy" Friedman and his Coat Drive "Dream Team" of volunteers each week deliver donations of gently used and new winter coats, gloves, scarves and hats to a variety of distribution partners in Newark and East Orange. These distribution partners range from social service agencies to churches and soup kitchens. "I want all of our donors to know that the items they donate go immediately to families who are in dire need," Friedman said.

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Lancer Robotics Team Qualifies for State Championships

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The Livingston Lancer robotics team #3415 competed at the "RoboCat-astrophe" qualifier on Sunday, November 16 at Columbia High School in Maplewood.

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