December 13, 2013 at 6:55 AM
Livingston Town Hall and All Township Offices to Close at Noon on Fri., Dec. 13
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By DANIELLE SANTOLAOctober 25, 2016
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Once Upon a Tail, a new pet grooming, boutique and spa opened on Oct. 6 at 113 South Livingston Avenue, hosted a celebratory ribbon cutting on Thursday. Livingston Mayor Al Anthony, members of the township council, members of the Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce and a few of the new business’ furry clients enjoyed the grand opening with owner Daniel Nahum and ...
SECAUCUS, NJ – Next week, RISE of the Jack O'Lanterns debuts in New Jersey after sold-out events in New York and Los Angeles, and tickets are on sale to the public online now (www.therise.org/njny)! With four dates to see this iconic fall event, RISE will bring out the Halloween spirit in visitors of all ages, indoors at the Meadowlands Exposition Center, from October 27 – ...
WEST ORANGE, NJ — JCC MetroWest is partnering with ReelAbilities Montclair, part of the largest disability film festival in the country, to feature “cutting edge and sometimes controversial” films that challenge assumptions and promote discussion about ability and disability at the Maurice Levin Theater at JCC MetroWest beginning Oct. 30.
ReelAbilities Montclair is ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Four Livingston High School Alumni—Barbara Anselmi (’83), Dr. David Dean (’79), Howard Katz (’67) and Patricia Russo (’73)—were honored as the 2016 LHS Alumni Hall of Fame inductees and Judith Winston was recognized as this year’s LEAD Award recipient at the Livingston Education Foundation (LEF) Hall of Fame Reception on ...
NEWARK, NJ —A bronze plaque now located along Essex County Legends Way at the Essex County Government Complex in Newark was recently dedicated to Essex Fells resident Adrian Foley, former Essex County Surrogate
Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo, Jr. unveiled the plaque on Oct. 13 with Essex County Deputy Chief of Staff William Payne, Freeholder Patricia ...
LONG VALLEY, NJ – Meadowbrook Country Day Camp has announced that Marty Lamport of Califon has been promoted to assistant director of the day camp, which offers a full-day, traditional day-camp experience to children ages 3-15, with a travel program for those entering grades 7, 8 and 9.
Lamport, who is heading into her 11th year at the camp, previously held the position of ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Meet Livingston Board of Education candidate Mike Ramer.
Mike Ramer, an 11-year Livingston resident, is the principal of his own executive search firm, Ramer Search Consultants, and is also an employability expert witness for legal cases as well as a trainer in the staffing and recruiting industry. He was born and raised in northern New Jersey and ...
MONTCLAIR, NJ — Tickets are available for the third annual “Concert for Brendan” on Nov. 25, the day after Thanksgiving, at the Wellmont Theater in Montclair, featuring New Jersey favorite Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes with local duo "The Suyat Band" bringing their talent to the stage this year.
As it has in the past, the night will kickoff with a ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston Fire Department (LFD) responded late Thursday evening to the parking lot of Bottle King in Livingston, where police said a garbage truck was on fire. Activity closed the roadway until LFD extinguished the fire and Garden State Waste clean up crew cleared the scene.
Police said that the truck was owned by Garden State Waste management of Wharton, NJ, ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — In a tight match against Morristown High School on Friday, Lancers Football came away with a 29-28 homecoming victory.
Despite the foggy weather, fans young and old attended the homecoming game decked in white for the annual Lancers “White Out.”
In the end, Livingston head coach Robert Breschard said this was another hard-fought game for the ...