News

Sun
29
Jun

Prosecutor Releases Photographs of Possible Suspect

Article Image Alt Text

BREAKING NEWS:

 

From the Prosecutor's office, regarding the Wednesday night murder of Livingston resident Brendon Tevlin:

Acting Prosecutor Carolyn  Murray is releasing the (attached) photographs of two males running in the area at the time  of Wednesday night's homicide at Walker Road and Northfield Avenue in West Orange. The males in the photograph MAY or MAY NOT  be witnesses to  the homicide so we are seeking to identify them.   Anyone that can identify these  males, please call the Essex County Prosecutor's Hotline at (877) 847-7432 x1877.  All calls will be kept confidential.

The photographs were obtained from a video surveillance camera .

Wed
25
Jun
News Staff's picture

Town Celebrates independence day with Activities, Food, and Fireworks

Livingston's 78th annual July 4 celebration will include activities throughout the day, culminating with the annual fi reworks display on Friday evening at 9:15 p.m. In case of rain, the fi reworks will be presented the following day, Saturday, July 5.
 
Wed
25
Jun
News Staff's picture

THE LIVINGSTON HIGH SCHOOL

Article Image Alt Text
Class of 2014 officially became graduates on Friday, June 20. The class of 463 students marched to their seats on the high school football field to the traditional tune of Pomp and Circumstance, listened to speeches by Board of education president Barry Funt, LHS principal Mark Stern, valedictorian Kevin Kwok and salutatorian Helen Chen before receiving their diplomas under sunny skies and moderate temperatures. Later that evening, the graduates boarded buses for drew University and Project Graduation, the all-night, drugfree and alcohol-free celebration.
 
Wed
25
Jun
News Staff's picture

EAST CEDAR STREET WAS CLOSED

Article Image Alt Text
East Cedar street was closed to traffic on Tuesday evening as crews worked on the milling and paving reconstruction project. According to Jeanette Harduby of the Livingston engineering department, Essex County is overseeing the work on the county road.
 
Wed
25
Jun
News Staff's picture

More than 100 students inducted into nhs

Article Image Alt Text
Livingston High School inducted more than 100 students into the National Honor Society during ceremonies on June 5. The students each demonstrated academic rigor, leadership, and honorable service in order to qualify for the honor. The object of the Julius C. Bernstein Chapter of the National Honor Society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in all students.
 
Thu
19
Jun
News Staff's picture

SUMMER’S HERE!

Article Image Alt Text
Summer officially arrives on Saturday, June 21, and Livingston pools are ready. Above, first year lifeguard Michael Battista is on duty during opening day at the Haines municipal pool.
 
Thu
19
Jun
News Staff's picture

The Livingston Volunteer Fire Department opened its annual fund-raising campaign

Article Image Alt Text
The Livingston Volunteer Fire Department opened its annual fund-raising campaign this week with the mailing of solicitation letters. Although the township pays for the heavy equipment, such as the engines shown above, the volunteer firefighters bear the cost of uniforms, replacement of personal gear, education for the community and scholarships to LHS seniors as well as communication equipment and other expenses.
 
Thu
19
Jun
News Staff's picture

LHS Class of 2014 Becomes Graduates Tomorrow

Article Image Alt Text
The Livingston High School Class of 2014 will become graduates tomorrow afternoon, Friday, June 20, at 3:30 p.m. at the high school field. An anticipated 463 students will receive their diplomas. Valedictorian Kevin Kwok and salutatorian Helen Chen will address their fellow graduates at the school’s graduation ceremony.
 
Thu
19
Jun
News Staff's picture

78th Independence Day Celebration Will Be Held All Day on July 4

Livingston's 78th annual July 4 celebration will include activities throughout the day. The annual fireworks display will be held on Friday evening. In case of rain, the fireworks will be presented the following day, Saturday, July 5. In case of inclement weather, a decision will be made by 2 p.m. whether to resechedule. A message will be left on 973-535-7925.
 
Thu
19
Jun
News Staff's picture

Two School Board Members Leaving as of July 16; Petitions Due July 28 and Sept. 2 for Nov. Election

The Livingston Board of Education will look very different over the next months as two members announced that they will be leaving. Dr. David Jasin and Leslie Winograd are each moving out of Livingston, Board president Barry Funt announced on June 16. Their last meeting will be July 16.
 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - News