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"Girls on the Run" Team Participates in 5K

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The Livingston "Girls on the Run" team, coached by volunteers Gina Vaccaro and Joanne Dzama, participated in the Sneaker Factory Running Centers' 5K at South Mountain Reservation on Saturday, November 14. There were close to 600 girls and 400 "running buddies" at the event.
 
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All Are Not to Blame

While this space is usually used to comment on hyper-local issues, this week, we would like to use a portion of this space to address a tragedy that affected the world this past week. The terrorist attacks on Paris were another in a series of horrific acts perpetrated by extremists who have no regard for human life.
 
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"Run and Tell That"

Livingston Community Players' (LCP) production of the hit musical Hairspray opened this past weekend to large crowds and standing ovations. Three performances will be offered this weekend, including Friday, November 20, at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, November 21, at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday, November 22 at 2 p.m., at Mt. Pleasant Middle School.
 
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Building Department Proposes Increased Fees; Council Discusses LMAC and Capital Improvement Plan

Livingston's Building Department proposed new, increased fees for the first time since 2010, at the Town Council's conference meeting on Monday, November 16. The Council also discussed the Livingston Municipal Alliance Committee (LMAC), as well as the Capital Improvement Plan.
 
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Funeral is Held For Angela Montalto

Angela Montalto of Brick, formerly of Livingston, died October 31 at her home. She was 83 years old. Funeral arrangements were by Colonial Funeral Home of Brick, and condolences may be posted on-line at colonialfuneralgroup.com. Mrs. Montalto was born in Newark to Dominic and Mildred Cerrato. She had lived in Livingston and Basking Ridge before moving to Brick two years ago. She was predeceased by her husband, Vito Montalto; her sisters, Celia Nahaczewski and Ann Matrisciano; and her companion, Emil Shiafo. She is survived by her children, Harry Montalto and his wife, Maria; Rick Montalto and his wife, Lisa; and Michele O'Brien; her brother, Vincent Cerrato; and six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The family has requested that donations be made in Mrs. Montalto's memory to the American Cancer Society, 2310 Route 34, Suite 1D, Manasquan, NJ 08736.
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Esther Knee

Mrs. Esther Knee died November 14, 2015. Services will be held privately at the convenience of the family. Wife of the late Simon E. Knee, Esther leaves two step-sons, Stephen H. Knee and Daniel E. Knee; step-grandchildren, Robert A. Knee, David E. Knee; and Dana R. Kaplan and six step-greatgrandchildren.
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James W. “Mike” West

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Husband, Father, Veteran and Long-Time State Farm Agent

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'Hairspray' Opens Saturday Night

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This Saturday night, November 14, is opening night for the Livingston Community Players' production of Hairspray, a lively, fun-filled family musical with a full orchestra and performers from Livingston and surrounding communities. The production is being sponsored in part by Regal Bank.
 
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Livingston Girl Scout Collecting Toys For Gold Project to Aid Homeless

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Meghan Nevola of Livingston, a member of Livingston Girl Scout Troop 20593, is collecting toys as part of her Gold Award project. The Gold Award is the highest level award presented by the Girl Scouts of America.
 
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Varsity Football Team Falls to Weequahic

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By Robert Towey
 
The Livingston Lancer varsity football team lost to the Weequahic Indians, 26-7, on Friday, November 6, at home. This loss sees the Lancers’ record move to 1-8. Weequahic started the scoring with a three-yard touchdown run in the first quarter for a 6-0 lead. After that score, the Lancers held the Indians to their six point lead for the rest of the quarter, but Weequahic pulled even further away in the second.
 

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