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Lady Lancers Defeat Columbia; Fall to Montclair

The Livingston High School girls' tennis team completed its season, losing to Montclair, 3-2, before defeating Columbia, 3-2, both matches played at home.
Montclair 3, Livingston 2: Montclair won the three singles matches while Livingston won the doubles matches. In singles, Montclair's Alexandra Rodriguez, Emma Wallace, and Jessica Roy defeated Jacqueline Gelman, Cathy Nie, and Pujan Neopane.
 
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Oct
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Volunteer Opportunities

When we think of Livingston volunteers, our first thoughts are always of the brave men and women who volunteer for our Fire Department, Police Auxiliary, and First Aid Squad. Not everyone, however, has the wherewithal to volunteer for one of these groups.
 
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23
Oct
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An Early Endorsement

Because the November 4 election ballot is so full of choices, we have decided to make some of our comments about the coming election this week instead of waiting until the last issue before the election. The Tribune generally endorses only candidates running for office within our community; however, on occasion, we comment on other races.
 
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Oct
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Annual Leaf Collection Program Begins in November

Livingston Township will again be divided into three sections for the annual Leaf Collection Program, which begins in November. Leaves may only be placed in the street gutter on the specifi c dates listed in the 2014 Leaf Collection Program Schedule for each respective week and section. The New Jersey Stormwater Management Rules state that leaves may not be placed any closer than ten feet from any storm drain inlet or catch basin and can  
only be left in the street gutter for a maximum period of seven days prior to their scheduled collection date.
 
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23
Oct
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Seek Volunteers for Town Committees

Two announcements this week point to the need for volunteers to serve the community. The Vision 20/20 Committee will hold its third annual Volunteer Fair on October 26 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Hillside Avenue community center. At the same time, the mayor and Township Council will make appointments to the many township advisory committees.
 
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Oct
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Summer Memorial For Marion Toffic

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16
Oct
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Lancer Boys' Cross Country Team Records Fast Times in Conference Championships

The American Division High School Championship Cross Country race was held Tuesday, October 7, in Branch Brook Park in Newark, with the Livingston High School boys' cross country team competing. The boys of Livingston turned in their best race of the season, recording the team's fastest team average (18:09) for the year.
 
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Oct
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Football Team Sees Record Slip To 2-3 after Loss to Chiefs

by Bob Towey
 
The Livingston varsity football team suffered its third straight loss this week when it fell to the Caldwell Chiefs, 25-14, at home on Friday, October 10. Livingston started the game with a touchdown on its first drive of the game. On Caldwell’s six-yard line, quarterback Matt Gibbon passed the ball to wide receiver Greg Glassman. After a completed extra point from Mark Silvestri, Livingston took an early 7-0 lead.
 
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16
Oct
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School Board Candidates Discuss District’s Weaknesses

In an effort to help the community compare the two candidates, Buddy August and Barry Funt, for the one full term on the Board of Education, which will be decided in the November 4 election, the West Essex Tribune, with the help of the League of Women Voters, has posed a series of four questions to the candidates.
 
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Dolores M. Regan Dies in Montville

Former Livingston resident Dolores M. (Dillon) Regan died on Tuesday, October 7, at her home in Montville. She was 82 years old. Born in Newark, Mrs. Regan was raised in Livingston and lived in Whippany before moving to Montville in 1967. She attended Mount Saint Dominic High School in Caldwell and earned a degree in chemistry from Chestnut Hill College in Pennsylvania. Before raising her family, Mrs. Regan was employed as a chemist with Bell Labs in Murray Hill. She later became a teacher in the Montville School system, where she worked for 25 years. She retired from teaching in 1997. Mrs. Regan was predeceased by her brother, Martin Dillon. She is survived by her husband of 55 years, William F. Regan, Jr.; five children, Peggy Picklesimer and her husband, David; Bill and his wife, Amy; Tom and his wife, Rose Mary; John and his wife, Sue; and Mary Pat Paris and her husband, Craig; and 12 grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association.

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