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The construction of a new bridge on Route 10 over the Passaic River is scheduled to begin on Saturday, May 10, at 7 p.m. Route 10 eastbound will be closed from River Road to Okner Parkway. All eastbound traffic will be diverted to Old Mt. Pleasant Avenue. Construction is anticipated to begin in the evening to minimize traffic disruption.
Livingston Police officers Joy Klapal and Stan Valles were named the Officers of the Year by the Essex County Crime Prevention Officers Association. The two officers, both assigned to the Community Policing division of the Livingston Police Department, were presented their plaques at the Essex County Police Expo at the Livingston Mall on Saturday, May 3.
Helen Wrubel of Livingston was thrown a surprise party by her daughter, Carole Beller, to mark Wrubel's 105th birthday. The party featured music by a chamber ensemble. Wrubel, who lives at Cedar Street Commons, works out on a treadmill three times a week and organizes bingo parties and outings to Atlantic City for her fellow residents.
he annual Kiwanis Karnival opened Tuesday evening to glorious spring weather. The fund raising event at the Northfield Road fairground will continue through Saturday, May 10. The fair will be closed to the public from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday morning for the Arc Barry Ross Day, when the Karnival will be opened to members and families of the Arc of Essex County, the Horizon School, and similar organizations in the area which care for the needs of disabled people or those with special…Continue
The Planning Board concluded a hearing on Tuesday evening for Brandywine Senior Living at 369 East Mt. Pleasant Avenue. The corporation proposes to construct a 62,152 square foot, two-story assisted living facility with 120 units, a partial basement, underground and surface parking. It is situated on more than eight acres of land, which is currently the site of the Salaam Temple.
The applicant's attorney, William Harrison, explained that the entire complex will reflect the building…Continue
On Sunday, May 4, Livingston police took a report of a suspicious incident on Brayton Drive.
Two children were playing in front of their home when a gold minivan operated by a white male of unknown age, pulled up and asked the children to come to his vehicle.
The children did not respond and went inside the residence without talking to the driver. At this time, police do not know what the intentions of the driver might have been.
Youth Appreciation week, which will be held May 19 through Memorial Day, May 26, will include many programs for children, including the Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars, a LEGO program, and an event for children with special needs.