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The Vision 20/20 Committee is launching a New Resident Mentoring program. The primary goal of this program is to familiarize new residents with the Township of Livingston and all it has to offer. Every new resident will be provided with a mentor, who will be available to answer any questions that new residents may have about their new town.
Every new resident will also be given a Welcome to Livingston Basket, which will be filled with information about the town, its…Continue
In an effort to clean up public areas in town, the Livingston Health Department has renewed its contract with the Catholic Charities of Newark Services for litter abatement throughout the township. The contract is made possible through a grant from the Clean Community Program.
Catholic Charities has been providing these services to the Livingston community for the last three years. The clean-up programs will commence in April and run through December.
Livingston residents are invited to celebrate the township’s green status on Arbor Day with the planting of a Kwanzan cherry tree at the Gazebo on the Memorial Oval. The event will take place on Friday, April 25, at 10:30 a.m.
On Saturday, April 26, residents are again invited – this time to the rear entrance of the Livingston Municipal Complex for the distribution of free trees from the NJ Tree Recovery Campaign. Residents who have pre-registered can pick up their…Continue
A daring burglary in the middle of the day is being investigated by Livingston police.
Ruma Ghoch of 4 Bennington Road told police that her home had been unoccupied from noon to about 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 15. When she returned home, she noticed that a back window was open and the screen had been removed. She then saw that the back door was open.
Anna Coats, the library's new Youth Services director, is eager to bolster teamwork, develop the collections, move into social media and reach out to people who are not coming in.
"The staff is really good, very enthusiastic, they care about the job and kids," said Coats, who started her new position on April 1. She is excited to be in Livingston. "As big as my dreams were in my previous position, I see a lot more potential here. Working together we…Continue
Residents with old, unwanted or unused prescription or over-the-counter drugs can take them to Police Headquarters between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 26. The Police will dispose of the unwanted drugs properly.
This provides a safe, environmentally friendly way to dispose of medications that might otherwise be tossed into the garbage or flushed down the toilet, both of which are potential safety and health hazards
Police Expo Returns To Livingston Mall
The Livingston Mall will once again be host to the annual Essex County Police and Public Safety Expo which will be held on Saturday, May 3, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
An opening ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. in the mall’s Center Court.
Held throughout the mall and in the parking lot between Eisenhower Parkway and Sears, the Expo includes live demonstrations featuring a variety of police…Continue
A retired college basketball coach and a college freshman have one thing in common. They were both honored by the Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges for their volunteer efforts at the Y.
West Orange resident George Jackson, who used his skills to teach the sport to hundreds of children at the West Essex YMCA, received the 2013 Youth Development Award from the Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges. Receiving the Youth of the Year award was Jesse Francione of…Continue