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Cooling off at National Night Out

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Cooling off at National Night Out: The Livingston Fire Department helped residents keep cool on Tuesday evening as part of the township’s sixth annual National Night Out celebration. After sundown, The Lego Movie was shown on the outdoor 60-foot screen, which can be seen in the background above.
 
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The Livingston Outlaw competition cheer squad

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The Livingston Outlaw competition cheer squad competed at Cheerfest, held at Great Adventure in Jackson earlier in the spring. The Livingston girls placed second in their recreation/senior division. Shown here with their trophy are: (standing) Rebecca Fekete, Arsema Amare, Brianna Brown, Ryann DeMaio, Sammantha Sheng, Elise Soutar, coach Jessica Byrne, Quinn Wright, Gabriella Santucci, Giuliana Santucci, Madison Foster, Vanessa Cuppari, Emily Delle, and Christina Cheek. Sitting are Christine Haddad, Kayla Fils-Aime, Audra O'Toole, Priyal Patel, Jasmyn Treadwell, and Imani Medy. Also on the team were coach Janice Rothenberger, Carolina Lopez, Amanda Magenheim, Erica Magebheim, Kayla Sexton and Eve Goldstein.
 
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Inaugural tevlin lacrosse festival Draws Crowd of 300 to Kelly field

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More than 300 people attended the inaugural Brendan Tevlin Lacrosse Festival on Saturday, August 2, at Seton Hall Prep's Kelly Athletic Complex in West Orange. Bagpipers led the four teams of about 100 players on to the field. "It was a great way to honor Brendan," said Richard Shahpazian, one of the organizers. Tevlin, the 19 year old Livingston youth who was murdered on June 25, had been a member of the lacrosse club at the University of Richmond, where he had fi nished his freshman year. Shahpazian and Tevlin had played lacrosse together at Seton Hall Prep.
 
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“Walter’s Mafia” team recently won the Livingston M1 men’s softball playoffs

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The team defeated the Timberland Tree team, 11-8. Shown above displaying their trophy in the top row are Jim Cooney, Brady McLaughlin, Stan Banner, Mitch Goldberg, Mike Tuman, Sean Whalen, Ed Frayne and Brian Meierhofer. In the bottom row are Richie McLaughlin, Tracey Bent, Conor Gardner, Walter Writt, Phil Wells and Frank Denek.
 
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two House Fires and Lightning Storm Damage keep Volunteer Firefi ghters Busy During Week

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Livingston volunteer fi refi ghters answered two general alarms this week, extinguishing two residential fires, one of which resulted in the death of the family cat. Fire Chief Chris Mullin commended a neighbor, whose quick actions reduced the damage from a fi re at 24 Yorktown Terrace, the home of Gemma McSweeney, on Wednesday, July 23.
 
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CHOW Always in Need of Food; Seeks Household and Paper Products

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It's a known fact that in summer time, things slow down – and this includes donations to blood banks and food pantries. Livingston CHOW (Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse), operated by the Livingston Clergy Association and the St. Philomena Church Sharing Office, is no exception.
 
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SCHOOLS ARE NOT IN SESSION

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SCHOOLS ARE NOT IN SESSION but teachers are busy prepping for the new school year that will begin on thursday, September 4. teachers are working with their supervisors to develop curricula that meet new state standards and performance-based standardized assessments.
 
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Sunday Dodgers Shut-Out Verona Twins

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The Livingston Dodgers of the U.S. Over Thirty Baseball League, Sunday Division, improved their second place record to 11-4 with a 7-0 shut out win over the Verona Twins on Sunday, July 27, in Livingston. José Martinez won his ninth game on the mound against no losses. The tall right-hander surrendered only three hits while walking none. The Dodger defense, meanwhile, backed him up with three double plays.
 
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The Livingston Jr. American Legion

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The Livingston Jr. American Legion captured the Essex County championship with a 5-2 win over Belleville. Shown (kneeling) are Nooch Martine, Max Spitz, Luke Schnarr, Max Nunez, Jason Wittlinger, Jacob Schechter, and Richie DeMaio. Standing are coaches Dave McLaughlin and Jim Martine, Anthony Aurigemma, Ryan Muench, Ed Kasmin, Zachary Feit, Troy Modugno, Jack Haber, Nick Cotugno, and coach Rich DeMaio. Also on the team are Paul Silvestri and Chris Myers.
 
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Smoke Detectors Work

A tragedy was averted this week when a husband and wife were awakened in the early morning hours and alerted by the incessant beeping of a ten dollar smoke detector to a raging fire in their home. An Essex Fells woman was not so lucky. She was found dead in her bedroom after firefighters extinguished a massive blaze there. Although there was no report of whether or not she had a smoke detector, the comparisons of the two incidents in one week is easy to make.
 

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