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The Livingston School Board of Education met on Monday for its last meeting of the calendar year. Board president Ron Spring was at the helm of his final meeting, which included numerous presentations and exchanges of information.
Spring, who grew up in Livingston and has three children in the schools for the next 17 years, lost his bid for re-election to Art Altman. Spring said he had the utmost confidence in the newly-appointed superintendent John Alfieri, the Board,…Continue
All township offices, including the Livingston Public Library, will close at noon on Friday, December 13, so that employees may attend the township's annual Employee Holiday Party.
Township offices will re-open for business on Monday, December 16.
Multi-car collisions on Friday and Saturday of this week tied up traffic as emergency personnel worked to clear damaged vehicles from the intersections.
On Friday evening, four cars were involved in a chain collision on East Northfield Road at Old Short Hills Road.
Livingston’s Metal Recycling – including refrigerators, air conditioners, metal dehumidifiers, and grills, to name a few types of items – is collected on the last Wednesday of the month by the township's Public Works Department. The cut-off day to be put on the list for any metal pick-up is noon on the Friday before the pick-up date.
Because Christmas falls on a Wednesday this month, the metal pick-up will be on Wednesday, December 18. The last day to…Continue
New Jersey’s high school graduation rate, already one of the highest in the nation, crept up a little for the Class of 2013. Livingston was near the top of the list, with 96.04% of LHS students graduating last June.
Livingston’s graduation rate is well above the state average of 87.5%, according to breakdowns released December 4 by the state Department of Education.
The Children’s Institute (TCI) in Livingston and Verona recently celebrated its 50th anniversary with about 100 capital campaign donors at a special event at its new Livingston campus.
The Capital Campaign Recognition event featured tours of the new Livingston campus, which opened in the fall of 2012, and includes a new high school and young adult program and the Center for Independence, an adult program for ages 21 and up. TCI is a nonprofit school which also offers…Continue
Members of the Livingston High School chapter of Junior State of America (JSA), along with their teacher advisor, Amanda Buyes, attended the JSA Mid-Atlantic Fall State Convention. The theme of this year's convention, which was held November 16 and 17 in Iselin, was "Progressing Beyond Partisanship: from Conflict to Compromise."
At the convention, 650 civic-minded students from all over the Mid-Atlantic region gathered to discuss social, political, and…Continue
Former Livingston mayor David Wildstein has announced his resignation as the director of interstate capital projects at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The resignation will be effective on January 1, according to a letter he wrote to the agency’s deputy executive director, Bill Baroni.
Wildstein resigned after state lawmakers questioned whether lane closings at the George Washington Bridge that led to extensive traffic backups in September were…Continue