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By DANIELLE SANTOLAAugust 29, 2016
MAPLEWOOD, NJ — More than 100 local scouts participating, more than twice the number from previous years, volunteers from Packs in West Orange, Livingston, West Caldwell, Verona, East Orange, Maplewood, Montclair, Short Hills, Millburn and Newark recently collaborated on the annual CubMobile Derby in Maplewood.
In the CubMobile Derby, Scouts use gravity to race down the hill at Memorial ...
Daughters of Israel to Host Casino Night, Complete Rigorous Training , Host Summer Olympics and More
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Sponsorship Opportunities are still available for the Daughters of Israel Casino Night at Crystal Plaza in Livingston on Thursday, Sept. 15 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., underwritten by Valley National Bank.
General admission to Casino Night is $100 per person, which includes $50 in Casino Chips and admission to the dinner buffet and open bar.
The evening will also feature ...
STAFFORD, NJ - In the wake of the Louisiana flood that occured only two weeks ago, a local EMT wants to make it "her mission" to aid those victims in this sudden crisis.
Southern Regional Class of 2013 graduate, Marina Milia, is the local EMT traveling to the Golf Coast and leading a convoy to help her hand out the donations to the families ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — An interactive children’s event called “Fitness Night with Kung Fu Panda” at the Livingston Library this month focused on educating local youth on physical fitness in an engaging way, according to co-director Silvy Zhou. Hosted by the Livingston Young Families Club, the one-hour even included six activities with “Kung Fu Panda” and “The ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Since spreading the word about its need for a new rehearsal venue, Livingston Community Players (LCP) President Phyllis Meranus and Producer Lois Dyer received a message from Pastor Susan Gillespie of Trinity Covenant Church in Livingston: that the church had a small stage in its Fellowship Hall and that they would welcome LCP.
Around the same time, LCP was ...
Livingston Week in Review: Multiple Vehicles Reported Stolen, Livingston High School Jumps to No. 6 on Top Public Schools List & More
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Did you miss any of this week’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
Multiple Vehicles Reported Stolen in Livingston; One Recovered Prior to Being Shipped Overseas
Livingston High School Jumps from No. 16 to No. 6 on NJ Monthly’s Top Public High Schools in 2016
Livingston High School Football, ...
Livingston High School Football, Cheerleading and Marching Band Trade Places for "Lancers Mixer" on the Turf
LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Lancers football team, cheerleaders, and marching band took to the Livingston High School turf on Thursday, Aug. 25 to learn how to mix and match their halftime cheers with field-goal kicks and syncopated steps of the band.
According to Livingston Public Schools, the idea was to bring a sense of community spirit to the field when the cheerleaders and ...
WEST ORANGE, NJ — The intersection of Northfield Ave. and Pleasant Valley Way/Cherry Lane was upgraded ont Thursday, Aug. 25 with new traffic signal equipment and a new design to enhance motor vehicle and pedestrian safety on Thursday.
The work is part of the Executive Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo, Jr.'s ongoing initiative to ensure infrastructure ...
Livingston High School Jumps from No. 16 to No. 6 on NJ Monthly's Top 100 Public High Schools in 2016
LIVINGSTON, NJ – After being ranked at No. 16 in 2014 and No. 24 in 2012, Livingston High School jumped to No. 6 when “New Jersey Monthly” magazine published its bi-annual “Top 100 Public High Schools” ranking this week.
The online version of the magazine will be published on Sept. 1. The printed version is available on newsstands now.
This year, Livingston ...
Mountain Top League to Host first-annual "Over the Hill" Soccer Tournament/Fundraiser in West Orange
WEST ORANGE, NJ — There is still time to register for the first-annual "Over the Hill" Soccer Tournament/Fundraiser on Aug. 28, hosted by the Mountain Top League (MTL) at O'Conner Park in West Orange. The event is open to anyone over the age of 25 and is intended as a fundraiser for MTL in order to make the growing program more affordable for participating children.