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Livingston Dodgers Crush Staten Island Cardinals

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After two rain-outs and a hiatus for the Fourth of July holiday, the Livingston Dodgers of the U.S. Over Thirty (U.S.O.T.) Baseball League returned to action with a convincing 17-1 win over the State Island Cardinals. The game took place on Sunday, July 12, at the Livingston High School field. The Dodgers now have a 6-3 record in the U.S.O.T. league.
 
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Summertime Safety

Summertime safety is about more than sunblock and lifeguards. This is the time of year when many residents take family vacations and spend a bit more time out and about. As residents are enjoying the weather, attending social functions and traveling, we urge them to take time to think about ways to keep their home and property safe while they are gone.
 
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Police Arrest Woman in Connection With Tower Road Home Invasion

Livingston Police Department officials have announced that an arrest has been made in connection with a home invasion robbery that occurred on Tower Road on May 28. Following a six week investigation, Melisa Aquino-Arias, 21, of Passaic was arrested without incident on Friday morning, July 10, at her apartment by both Livingston and Passaic police detectives. She faces multiple charges, including kidnapping, robbery, burglary, and theft, among others. Her bail has been set at $150,000.
 
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Funeral Services Held For Robert Guglielmi

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Funeral Services Held For Ruth Sullivan, 87

Ruth Sullivan, 87, of Livingston, died on Wednesday, July 8. Mrs. Sullivan was born and raised in Jersey City and was employed by the Trust Company Bank of New Jersey, where she met her late husband, Eugene James Sullivan. They moved to Livingston 50 years ago. She was a member of the St. Philomena Rosary Altar Society and was a Eucharistic Minister serving the sick and infirmed at Saint Barnabas Medical Center and the homebound. Predeceased by her husband and her sister, Joan, she is survived by her children, Eugene J. Jr. and his wife, Patricia; Joseph B. and his wife, Margaret; and Veronica Mary Hotz and her husband, Bradford; and ten grandchildren. Mrs. Sullivan is also survived by her sisters, Evelyn Goodall, Doris Barry, and Josephine Cevetello. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Philomena’s Sharing Office, 386 South Livingston Avenue, Livingston NJ 07039
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Offer Mass Friday For Judith Lorenzo

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FOURTH OF JULY FUN

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The township's annual Fourth of July celebration featured food, music, children's activities, a car show, patriotic ceremony, and more!
 
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Ramer Seeks Election to School Board

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Another resident, Mike Ramer, has announced his candidacy for the Livingston Board of Education in the November election. Incumbents Pam Chirls and Ronnie Konner along with former Board member Barry Funt, are each seeking re-election for three year terms on the school board.
 
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NO ONE WAS INJURED

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NO ONE WAS INJURED during an early morning accident on Route 10, near the intersection of Walnut Street; however, the driver of the overturned car, seen above, received summonses for careless driving, driving whileher license and registration were suspended, and failure to report a change of address.
 
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TIES UP THE RECORD

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At the annual July 4 baseball game between Vailsburg American Legion Post 395 and Livingston Post 201,Vailsburg defeated Livingston, 6-0. Since 1977, when the two teams began facing each other on Independence Day, Vailsburg has won the match-up 19 times and Livingston has also won it 19 times, with one game ending in a tie.
 

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