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Remember, Recycling's the Law

Recycling is not just a passing fad. It is a necessary requirement for our planet. Those who think that throwing a single soda or water bottle in the garbage is "no big thing," should stop and remember that we live in the most densely populated part of the most densely populated state in the nation. If each person recycled just one soda bottle, it would save acres of landfill. Multiply that one plastic bottle or can by the millions of people living in Essex County and the savings becomes staggering.
 
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The 22nd annual Paul Robeson High School All-Star Football Classic

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The 22nd annual Paul Robeson High School All-Star Football Classic, an event set for a 7 p.m. kickoff on Tuesday, June 9, at Robeson Stadium in East Orange, will include Livingston High's Mark Silvestri.
 
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GETTING READY FOR BIKE LIVINGSTON

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GETTING READY FOR BIKE LIVINGSTON on Sunday, June 7, bike tour sponsors Monte Ehrenkranz of Regal bank (far left) and Christine Patorniti of ShopRite (far right) helped committee members Gary Schwartz and Shari Stark set the route.
 
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Four Livingston Students Earn Girl Scouting Gold Award

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Girl Scouts of Livingston held its 20th annual Recognition and Bridging Ceremony on Monday, June 1, to honor local Girl Scout achievements. Receiving their Gold Awards in Monday's ceremony were Julie McEldoon, Jessica Yang, and Monika Ligot of Troop 460, and Noelle Schilling of Troop 309.
 
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Retired Livingston Business Teacher Jayne Cori Donates Kidney to Stranger

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It's not every day we find out that a retired teacher is a real life hero. Jayne Cori, who taught business education to legions of Mt. Pleasant Middle School students during her 23 year career in the Livingston public schools, is just that.
 
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Home Invaders Steal Car and Safe After Terrorizing Elderly Couple

A trio of home invaders terrorized two elderly Tower Road residents on Thursday, May 28. The intruders, two men and a woman, spent about 90 minutes ransacking the house looking for cash, jewelry and other items of value.
 
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Leonard P. Sherman Succumbs at Age 87

Leonard P. Sherman died on June 1, at the age of 87. A longtime resident of Livingston, and then Florham Park, Mr. Sherman was born Sept. 10, 1927, in New York City. As a young teenager, he moved to the New Jersey shore area, where his family went into the egg farming business. He was a veteran of the United States Army, serving as an Occupation soldier in post-World War II Germany. His training in the Signal Corps as a photographer sparked a lifelong hobby, producing numerous award-winning photographs. Mr. Sherman worked in the insurance industry for more than 60 years. Until recently, he was still driving to work every day. Surviving are his wife of 64 years, Janice Roth Sherman; his children, Robert Sherman (Carolyn) and Debra Sherman Parker (Geoffrey), and five grandchildren. He is also survived by his sister, Barbara Blum. In lieu of fl owers, the family has asked that donations be made to the American Lung Association.
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William Sarnak, 97 Dies in Pennsylvania

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MEMORIAL DAY 2015

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MEMORIAL DAY 2015 was celebrated in Livingston with a memorial service and the annual parade down south Livingston avenue. as hundreds lined the streets to watch, the veterans led the municipal portion of the parade with flags and banners, including one marking the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War.
 
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Ford retires from Zoning Board; seven applications are approved

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At its meeting on Tuesday evening, the Zoning Board approved seven residential applications and adjourned one until June. Also at the meeting, Zoning Board attorney Herbert Ford was congratulated upon his retirement after 15 years as the Board's legal counsel. Chairman James Hochberg said that the Board is in the process of seeking a new attorney.
 

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