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Margaret "Peggy" Lee Dies Before 90th Birthday

Margaret Twyman Lee, known as Peggy, died on July 29, just short of her 90th birthday. Mrs. Lee raised her family in Livingston, during which time she worked at the Landmark Tavern for 20 years, before retiring to Raleigh, North Carolina in 1986. Born on August 3, 1925, to Joseph and Greta Twyman, Mrs. Lee was predeceased by her husband, Donald, in 1976. She is survived by her children, Susan Lee Marschalk of Raleigh, Douglas Lee of Raleigh, Thomas Lee of Brooklyn, New York, and William Lee and his wife, Mary Kiernan Lee, of New Hope, Pennsylvania. Additionally, she is survived by four grandchildren. No services are planned at this time, but a celebration of her life will be held by her family at a later date.
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Martin Rabinowitz Succumbs at Age 87

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A Community Event

Next Tuesday evening, August 4, Livingston residents will head over to the Oval to take part in the township's annual National Night Out, an event that celebrates community while increasing awareness of crime and drug prevention. Sponsored by the Livingston Police Department, the National Night Out offers an opportunity for residents, young and old, to come together as neighbors. We think that holding the event on the first Tuesday in August is the perfect time. No school, no holidays, no pressure. Just an invitation to enjoy a summer evening in town.
 
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Runway of Dreams Co-Sponsors Fashion Show at Special Olympics

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To "celebrate the thousands of amazing athletes from around the world who participate in the Special Olympics," Mindy Scheier of Livingston, founder of Runway of Dreams, reported that she teamed with Cur8able founder Stephanie Thomas to present a fashion show on the main stage of the Special Olympics. It was an ideal match. Runway of Dreams is a non-profit organization which creates modified clothing for individuals with special needs.
 
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NOT OPEN YET

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Although it looks ready to have small children play on it, the new adaptive playground at Monmouth Court Community Center is not yet complete. The rubber floor and the fence still need to be put in place. An official opening will be announced in the near future.
 
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Alice Baldwin Strecker Dies in Lexington, Va.

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12 Year Old Little League Team Captures The New Jersey Section 2 Championship

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The Livingston Little League 12 year old Williamsport team continued its successful season by winning the NJ Little League Section 2 championship to go along with the team's District 8 title. The team is now one of four teams that will play for the state championship. The other three teams are Somerset Hills, Monroe Township and Jackson Township. The state tournament will be played in Hammonton, beginning today, Thursday, July 30, in a double elimination series. Livingston will be playing in the first game facing Somerset Hills at 5:30 p.m.
 
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Florida Man Charged With Car Theft

An early morning call to Livingston Police led to the arrest of a Florida man on multiple charges, including car theft. Police received a call at 4:40 a.m. on July 24, reporting that a car was "doing doughnuts," riding around in tight circles resulting in circular tiremarks on the pavement reminiscent of doughnuts, in the parking lot behind Nordstrom Rack on Route 10.
 
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REPAIRING A LEAK

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Employees of the township's Public Works Department repaired a leaking water main on Friday afternoon, July 24. A car had reportedly hit the fire hydrant on West northfield road, near the traffic circle, causing the leak.
 
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NATIONAL NIGHT OUT IS AUGUST 4

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The Livingston business Improvement District and the Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce have made a donation to support Livingston’s National Night Out. Shown with bubbles that will be given out at National Night Out are community Policing officer ralph Kolbusz and beth Lippman, the executive director of both organizations.
 

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