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17
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Police Sell Shirts to Raise Money For Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign

Police Sell Shirts to Raise Money For Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign

The Livingston Police Department has joined with Regal Bank and Saint Barnabas Medical Center/RWJ Barnabas Health in a fundraising campaign for breast cancer awareness.

In addition to sporting pink police patches during the month of October, the LPD is selling special t-shirts, with the proceeds going to breast cancer awareness.

The t-shirts are available at the LPD Records Room, located on the second floor of Police Headquarters, 333 South Livingston Avenue, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Shirts may be purchased by check or money order (no cash or credit) made payable to “Saint Barnabas Development Foundation” with the notation “Breast Center” in the memo section. Call the LPD at 973-992-3000 for price.

 

 

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17
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Tennis Team Advances in State Tournament

Tennis Team Advances in State Tournament

The Livingston High School girls’ varsity tennis team advanced to the North I, Group IV Sectional Tournament final with a 5-0 victory over Morristown at the Memorial Park tennis courts in the Sectional semi-final on Thursday, October 10. Ridgewood defeated Bergen Tech in the other semi-final.

Livingston 5, Morristown 0: Valencia Xu defeated Grace Starcher, 6-0, 6-1, at first singles in a dominant performance. At second singles, Morristown’s Maddie Siegel was leading Emma Conforti, 7-6 (9-7), 4-2, but had to “retire” due to leg cramps. Brielle Schwartz overpowered Morristown’s Eliana Milich at third singles, 6-1, 6-1.

 

 

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17
Oct
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School Board Passes Resolution To Ban Vaping by Children and Teens

The Livingston Board of Education approved a resolution Monday night to address vaping concerns for children and teenagers.The resolution notes the existence of 530 confirmed and probable cases of lung illness associated with the use of e-cigarettes and vaping products, and that 20 percent of high school students in New Jersey use vaping products.

The draft resolution called for the NJ Legislature and Governor Philip Murphy to impose an immediate temporary statewide ban on the sale of all vaping and e-cigarette products [regardless of the purchaser’s age].

This draft had been circulated among the Board members. Sasha Pailet Koff, chairman of the Livingston Municipal Alliance Committee (LMAC), said that an informal poll showed thattheLMACmembers were “overwhelmingly in support” of the resolution “as currently drafted.”

 

 

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17
Oct
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Chief Marshuetz Discusses Idling Limits

Livingston Chief of Police Gary Marshuetz wants to remind residents of the state’s idling laws.Those in town can expect to see the laws enforced in town as we enter the colder months, when idling is more prevalent.

“New Jersey is ahead of the curve in passing anti-idling legislation, with the purpose to reduce air and noise pollution,” Chief Marshuetz said. “But there are also other concerns for the police department. Idling leads to the theft of more vehicles, the potential for vehicle fires, and the risk of a child entering an unoccupied vehicle and putting it in the drive position.”

Anti-idling laws were strengthened in New Jersey in 2012. It is now one of the strictest states for idling limits in the country.

 

 

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Wed
16
Oct

Charity Sets Up GoFundMe Page: LPI Vehicle Fundraising Initiative Continues; Collecting Furs and Leathers for Oct. 26 Sale

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Editor’s Note: This week, Jeff Friedman, founder and director of Livingston Philanthropies, Inc. (LPI), explains, in his own words, how a GoFundMe page has been set up to help finance the purchase of a vehicle for LPI.
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I’m thrilled to announce that Livingston Philanthropies, Inc. (LPI) has just gone live with a GoFundMe page to help fund a badly needed vehicle. The GoFundMe address is https://www.gofundme.com/f/vehicle-to-serve-the-homeless-amp-profoundly-.... I made a donation after creation, and found the donation process to be seamless.

Thu
10
Oct
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LHS Girls’ Cross Country Team Wins Super Essex Conference Championship

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The Super Essex Conference (SEC) championship, rescheduled several times due to weather, ended with the Livingston High School girls’ cross country team winning the Liberty Division title.

The Liberty Division consists of 12 teams. “The Lady Lancers,” recounted coach Dave Czeizinger, “had a decent season, managing to post a 20-8 overall SEC record, and were a solid 9-2 in Liberty Division competition. The Lady Lancers went into the meet ranked third. They were eager to avenge the earlier losses to West Essex and Mount Saint Dominic.”

In the competition, each team was allowed a maximum of seven varsity runners on the line, with no mixing of teams from other divisions.

 

 

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10
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Boys’ Track Team Places Seventh in Conference Championships

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Philmon Mehari Wins Division Race:

The Livingston High School boys’ cross country team traveled to Branch Brook Park in Newark on Monday, October 7, for the last time this season to compete in the American Conference Championships. This event is the most competitive of the three conferences. The team ran well, with many Lancers recording personal best times. Senior Philmon Mehari took first place in his event, and the Lancers finished in seventh place overall with 166 total team points.

 

 

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JV Girls Win

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JV GIRLS WIN: The Lancer junior varsity girls’ soccer team defeated West Orange, 6-1, on the Oval on Wednesday, October 2. Shown above, Lancer center Christine Belcuore moves the ball toward the net against the Mountaineers. Below, Lancer wing Emily Pawlak beats the West Orange defender and drives the ball toward the Mountaineer goalie. Don Schwartz Photos

 

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Open For Play

Open For Play

OPEN FOR PLAY: Livingston’s Township Council held a ribbon cutting for the new playground at Littell People’s Park on Monday, October 7. Shown here, just after the sun set, are township manager Barry Lewis, councilman Shawn Klein, councilman Michael Vieira, mayor Al Anthony, deputy mayor Rudy Fernandez, councilman Ed Meinhardt, and deputy township manager Russ Jones. MI Photo

 

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Van Breaks Bridge

Van Breaks Bridge

VAN BREAKS BRIDGE: At 12:27 p.m. on Monday, October 7, a contractor’s van loaded with bags of concrete mix was attempting to cross a bridge into a private driveway on East Northfield Road. The weight of the van caused one rear wheel to break through the wooden decking, causing the vehicle to become lodged in the bridge. A tow truck was able to extricate the van from the bridge before it fell into the water and damaged a gas line. Livingston Building Department officials inspected bridge and deemed it unsafe. The bridge was closed until repairs can be made. MI Photo

 

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