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By JACKIE LIEBERMANOctober 22, 2016
WESTFIELD, NJ — More than 20 Downtown Westfield businesses will participate in “Dine Out Westfield,” a two-week event from Oct. 16 to Oct. 27 (Fridays and Saturdays excluded), sponsored by the Downtown Westfield Corporation.
During Dine Out Westfield, patrons can enjoy a two-course lunch menu and a two- or three-course dinner menu at fixed prices at participating ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Did you miss any of this week’s top stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
1. Livingston Cross Country's Erin Chang Named Livingston Athlete of the Week
2. Senior Community Center to Host Sixth Annual Fright Night on Oct. 29
3. Turtle Back Zoo “BARKtoberfest” Pet Adoption Event to Benefit Friends of the ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ – Data results from an inaugural survey fielded with Heritage Middle School (HMS) and Livingston High School (LHS) students, parents and teachers from Sept. 22 through Oct. 7 are in and are pointing to several areas the district’s administrators are already beginning to focus on as they tweak the 1:1 computer initiative to ensure its effectiveness.
Turtle Back Zoo “BARKtoberfest” Pet Adoption Event to Benefit Friends of the Livingston Animal Shelter
WEST ORANGE, NJ – The Turtle Back Zoo welcomes Essex County residents to meet adoptable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens while supporting local animal shelters and rescue groups during “BARKtoberfest,” scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 29 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The event will take place in the Zoo’s Berson Learning Center, located directly off Northfield Avenue.
ORLANDO, FLA. – While many Halloween haunts remain steadfast in keeping the same themed trails year over year, the creative team at Universal Orlando has spent the last 25 years redefining the blurred lines of haunted houses and scare zones – and the 2016 edition of Halloween Horror Nights was no different.
Celebrating its 26th anniversary as one of the top Halloween ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Tommy Falus squared up the free kick. The ball was just 10 yards from the top of the box, easily in the senior forward’s range. Falus fired at the net, only to be stonewalled by the James Caldwell goalie.
Zach Schwartz saw his chance as the ball bounced in front of the net and sprinted for it. Schwartz punched the ball through for the opening goal of the game just ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Bob Zoller, technical consultant for Musco Sports Lighting, attended an open forum about Livingston’s Madonna Field project on Monday to allay residents’ concerns about excessive lighting so close to their houses at Bennington Road, Winchester Road and other residential streets.
Zoller has spent more than 17 years working with more than 3,000 facilities ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — With the Madonna Field Project officially underway after nearly a decade of planning, residents of nearby residential areas attended an open forum on Monday with apprehensions about the project, including excessive lighting, noise, traffic and parking.
The Livingston Township Council gathered with local traffic professionals Sgt. John Drumm and Cpt. Gary Marschuetz; ...
Livingston Girls Volleyball Aims for SEC American Division Title Following 'Senior Night' Victory over Bloomfield
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Entering the final part of the season with a 14-4 record, running neck and neck with Verona for the SEC American Division title, the 2016 Livingston girls volleyball team secured an important victory over the Bloomfield Bengals, 2-0, on Oct. 18—bringing the Lancers' record to 15-4.
During the match, the team also celebrated and honored its eight seniors, ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — New to the Livingston High School cross-country team this year, freshman Erin Chang has been named Livingston Athlete of the Week.
Chang decided to try a new sport when she entered LHS this fall, and the cross-country coaches are happy she did. The freshman opened up the season by winning her first-ever 5K race, approximately 3.1 miles, in the Super Essex Conference ...