Community Announcements

Public/Members Invited to--Livingston Chamber April Resource Breakfast

April 7, 2014 at 5:09 PM

LIVINGSTON, NJ - The public is invited to attend the April Livingston Chamber Resource Breakfast, which is being held on Thursday, April 10, at 8:00 a.m., at Bernheim Apter Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Home, located at 68 Old Short Hills Rd. The cost is $10 for Members and $20 for Non-Members.

This year, the Chamber is taking its “Meetings on the Road.” Click below to read about the past two meetings that took place at Jan Press and Argyle Marketplace.

Each week, more and more people have been attending the meetings, networking and joining the Chamber. Some benefits of becoming a member of the Chamber include:

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  • Direct net-working with other business and professional people
  • Chamber referral service: to interested consumers and among Chamber members
  • Free business listing in the Chamber Web Site membership directory
  • Chamber involvement in civic events
  • Periodic newsletter and mailings provide you with valuable information about special Chamber business events
  • Exposure in the Chamber Newsletter
  • Monthly breakfast meetings with various guest speakers
  • Chamber-sponsored business seminars
  • NEW for 2014—Member Spotlight in The Alternative Press.

Click here to see the past Chamber Member Spotlights:

To learn more about the Livingston Area Chamber or to become a member, send an email to:

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Livingston Bowling's Allen Cai Named Livingston Athlete of the Week

January 15, 2017

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston High School bowling’s walk-on senior Allen Cai is named Dr. Michael Rieber’s Livingston Athlete of the Week for establishing himself as one of the best bowlers in the SEC's Colonial Division.

According to bowling coach Griff Hughes, Cai currently holds a 205 average, which is the third-best average in the division. He has also bowled ...

Deadline Announced for 2017 Essex County Legacies Writing Contest

January 14, 2017

ESSEX COUNTY AREA, NJ — The deadline for Essex County seniors to submit an original story focusing on a special person, life-changing experience or significant period of their life to the 2017 Essex County Legacies Writing Contest is Monday, March 27.

Seniors ages 60 and older are encouraged to participate, as Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo these individuals have led ...

Upcoming Events


Tue, January 17, 7:30 AM

Apa Hotel Woodbridge, Iselin

ACG Breakfast Meeting January 17, 2017

Business & Finance Food & Drink

Wed, January 18, 6:45 PM

Temple B'nai Abraham, Livingston

23rd Annual TBA Women's Interfaith Forum in honor ...

Giving Back Health & Wellness


Thu, January 19, 12:00 PM

Convene Midtown East, New York

ACG New York Women of Leadership Summit

Business & Finance Food & Drink

Friends of the Livingston Library Restocks Its Ongoing Book Sale for January

January 14, 2017

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Friends of the Livingston Library is fully restocking its Ongoing Book Sale, effective Jan.17.  On a monthly basis, Friends takes down all stock and replaces it with entirely new inventory.  This is the “Friends flip.” 

Approximately 1200 items of fiction, non-fiction, children’s books, DVDs, and CDs are available. Between ...

Preparing for the Ski Season

It’s all about physical fitness. It’s what allows elite skiers to compete in the most extreme conditions and at their highest levels.  An obvious way to ensure your enjoyment and performance is with the appropriate level of strength, endurance and conditioning.

A balanced program focusing on aerobic fitness, strength training, core and balance is the way to get the most out of ...

Man vs. Waze

A lot of strange cars are traveling through my quiet neighborhood these days.  They are not driven by my neighbors.  Some mornings I even have trouble getting out of my driveway.  


Ever since bridge repair closed a major thoroughfare near my house, the traffic on my sleepy street has increased dramatically.  And it is not by accident that commuters have figured out ...