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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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SPRINGBROOK ROAD

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SPRINGBROOK ROAD was closed between Springbrook Court and Havenwood Drive on Saturday morning, November 22, due to a gas line leak.

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Reward Offered For Tips on Burglary

A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a burglar of burglars who broke into the home of Rachel and David Lugashi on Friday, November 21.

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Annual Camuso Holiday Display Is Going Up; Festive Events Planned for Dec.6 Opening

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It is that time of year again. The Camuso Holiday Decorations Comitte is back and preparing a special 2014 holiday celebration.

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Board of Education Hears Report On LHS Class of 2014 Post-Graduate Plans

When the class of 2014 graduated from Livingston High School, 97% were planning to attend a college, university or technical school, according to a report given by the Livingston High School guidance department to the Board of Education on November 24.

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Arthur C. Watkins, Jr. Dies on November 18

Arthur C. Watkins, Jr., of North Caldwell died on Tuesday, November 18. The former Livingston resident was 68 years old. Born and raised in Newark, he resided in East Orange and Livingston before moving to North Caldwell 28 years ago. Mr. Watkins was graduated from Weequahic High School. He earned a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from Rutgers University. He served as a teacher and guidance counselor with Newark public schools and retired as the chairman of the Guidance Department at Malcolm X Shabazz High School. Following his retirement, he worked as interim principal at various preschools and alternative education schools. Mr. Watkins was the former president of the Coastal Flyrodders and served as director of publicity for the club for many years. He is survived by Jill Watkins (nee Graifer), his wife of 28 years. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of one's choice.
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Nov
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Super Bowl Victory for the Jr. Lancers B Varsity

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Family, friends, and the Junior Lancer cheerleaders braved the cold to support Livingston Junior Lancer B football team as the squad defended its Super Bowl title on Sunday night, November 16. The Junior Lancers B varsity, a football team comprising fifth and sixth grade boys and girls, took on the West Essex Cowboys in Nutley, winning the Super Bowl championship, 8-6.
 
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Fourth Grade Boys' Carpini Cup

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Fourth Grade Boys' Carpini Cup Champions, the Jaguars, pose after their championship soccer win. Shown are Aidan Carmody, Sean Carmody (coach), Jonathan DePalma, Max Pritsiolas, Isaiah Chang, Jordan Kooper, Christopher Bonnar, Myles Seid, Noah Marcus, Benjamin Lerner, Matthew Teytel, Harry Sonet, Steven Paige (assistant coach), and Tanner Paige.
 
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A Life-Saving Skill

Recently a life was saved when a patron at a local restaurant successfully administered the Heimlich maneuver to another customer who was choking on her food. Luckily, the patron had previously seen the abdominal thrust procedure performed on a loved one, and was able to duplicate this valuable first aid technique.
 
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Nov
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Council Approves Sign Ordinance; Delays Hearings on Four Others

An ordinance to control the use of temporary and portable signs was enacted by the Township Council on Monday evening. The new ordinance sets the size of temporary signs for the sale or lease of a premises and defines the size and use of temporary wall-mounted banners and window signs.
 

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