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Local Service Sept. 5 For Richard Blake, 84

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Elva Lawrence Hunt

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Hold Private Services For Clarice Flexner

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Hold Memorial Mass For Richard Rapicano

Former Livingston resident Richard Louis Rapicano, 61, died on July 27 in Mountainside after a long struggle with multiple sclerosis. A Memorial Mass will be offered on Saturday, September 5, at 10 a.m. at Saint Philomena Church in Livingston. Mr. Rapicano was the son of the late John and Mary Rapicano, who resided in Livingston. He was a long-standing member of Saint Philomena Church, where he attended grade school. Mr. Rapicano also attended Livingston High School. He worked at Baltusrol Golf Club. Mr. Rapicano is survived by his longtime companion, Carol Tharaud; his siblings, Marianne, Catherine, Chris, John, and Robert Rapicano, Linda Burgess, and Karen Forbes. Contributions in his memory may be made to the ASPCA.
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Five Take Oaths as Livingston Police Officers

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Livingston Police Chief Craig Handschuch introduced five new police offi cers who received their badges and took their oaths of offi ce at the August 3 meeting of the Township Council. Township manager Michele Meade pinned the badges on each officer and congratulated each before township clerk Glenn Turtletaub administered the oath of offi ce. Sworn in were Officers Kevin Mullaney, Carl McNamara, Jason Carrano, Jessica Colucci and Raughn Sommerville.
 
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Keeping Cool

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Keeping cool was easy at the Oval during National Night Out on Tuesday, August 4. Adults and children alike took advantage of the spray from a fire truck along with the rides, food, games and informational tables at the annual event.
 
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Schools Are Out, But Teachers Are In

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Schools are out but teachers are in, and prepping for the new school year that begins on Wednesday, September 2. Working in small groups by grade level and subject, the teachers and curriculum supervisors are discussing ideas in their fields, about how children learn, and about ways to improve their classroom practice.
 
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Team Air Group Wins Joe Valentine Tournament

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Team Air Group held off Jet Air, 17-16, to win the second annual Joe Valentine Memorial Softball Tournament on Saturday, August 1, at Mt. Pleasant Middle School. The tournament was initiated last year to raise funds for the family of Joe Valentine, who was raised in Livingston and died of multiple myeloma in 2013.
 
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Two Livingston Teams Compete in Relay Race

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Two Livingston teams of seven runners each competed in the 20th annual River to Sea Relay, a 91 mile distance from Milford to Manasquan, on August 1. The running relay race of 14 legs, which usually takes about ten to 11 hours, consists of teams of seven runners and two vans.
 
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Responding to Our Needs

Livingston has grown from a sleepy farming town, known for its leather and logging and later for its dairy farms, to a bustling suburban community. There have, of course, been growing pains along the way. We have seen the farms broken up, sold off, and become housing developments, allowing the population to burgeon. Little by little – and in some cases not so little – our open space was chipped away until there was precious little left of it. 
 

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