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Drivers Urged To "Tie One On" for Safety

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The Livingston Health Department and Community Policing Unit are asking residents to "Tie One On for Safety" as part of the MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) campaign which asks drivers to tie red ribbons to visible locations on their vehicles.
 
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Some Things Don't Change

Born in 1887 in Livingston, he was the son of Amos Harrison, in whose honor the elementary school on North Livingston Avenue is named. He graduated from Princeton University in 1911, and taught at Livingston High School when the classes met in a small wood frame building on East Mt. Pleasant Avenue where the Firestone garage is now located.
 
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Lancer Hockey Team Loses Second of Season in Close Match

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by Bob Towey
 
The Livingston Lancers’ varsity hockey team lost at home to the Verona-Glen Ridge Maroon Raiders, 2-1, on Saturday, December 20, at Codey Arena in West Orange. Livingston got the game off to a strong start and seemed to have control during the first period. At 6:41 into the first, Lancer Jake Crockett scored his fi rst goal of the season to put his team ahead, 1-0. Eric Frieman and Cameron Zargarelahi were credited with the assists on the goal.
 
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Township Presents Awards to Employees Honoring Them for Excellence in Service

At the close of each year, the township recognizes staff members who have provided exemplary service to the Livingston community. The goal of the recently held fifth annual Employee Recognition Program was to recognize significant contributions in areas relating to improving operation, cost savings, promoting team spirit, improving the image and reputation of the township, and customer satisfaction.
 
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Daniel B. Paskow Succumbs at Home

Daniel Bach Paskow succumbed to lung cancer on December 20 at his Lake Grove, New York home. A funeral was held at the Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel in Livingston on Tuesday, December 23. Born on February 19, 1959 in Newark, Mr. Paskow was raised in Livingston, where he participated in Little League. A graduate of the University of Michigan, he earned a master's degree in business at New York University. Beginning with IBM in Austin, Texas, and finishing his career as a financial analyst for NCB in New York, Mr. Paskow worked for many multinational companies. He is survived by his wife, Lecia; a son, Zachary; a daughter, Alyssa; and his mother, Barbara Paskow. The family has suggested that memorial contributions be made to the Bonnie J. Adario Lung Cancer Foundation.
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Dorothy Keer Dies After Lengthy Illness

Dorothy (Dotty) Hartzell Keer, of Palm Coast, Florida, age 91, died on December 18, following a lengthy illness. Born in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Keer lived in Livingston from 1956 until 1984. She served as a librarian at the Livingston Public Library with former director Ruth L. Rockwood. Mrs. Keer was predeceased by her husband, Richard M. Keer, who was the former chairman of the foreign language department at LHS. She is survived by her son, David Keer and his wife, Rhonda, of Allen, Texas; daughters, Beth Keer, Cheryl Massaro, and Cyndie Boyles of Palm Coast; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be held at a later date at Flagler Memorial Gardens in Palm Coast.
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Funeral Mass Offered For John James Clark

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Offer Funeral Mass For Peter J. Cilenti

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SANTA VISITS LIVINGSTON!

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The jolly old man in the red suit visited Livingston at the Camuso Holiday Display on Friday, December 12. While his reindeer were resting up for the Christmas fl ights, the Livingston Fire Department helped out by delivering Santa to the Gazebo, where he listened to children’s wishes and looked over their holiday gift lists.
 
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ROBOTICS COMPETITION

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ROBOTICS COMPETITION: The Super Solutions team of Aaron Jacobowitz, Jonah Giat, Austin Boockvar, Sam Scher, Pierce Rubenstein, and Drew Fabian, pose with their robot at the FIRST LEGO League (FLL), an international robotics competition designed for children ages nine to 14 to promote an interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
 

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