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2016 in Review: Top 10 Stories of the Year in Livingston

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Livingston’s Amanda DeFuria Wins Food Network’s Chopped Junior Competition
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LIVINGSTON, NJ — As the year comes to a close, TAPinto Livingston takes a look at the Top 10 local stories in 2016, based on pageviews. Click on the headlines to refresh:

 

1. 18-Year-Old Hackensack Man Arrested in Cyber Threats Against Livingston High School

(See also: Livingston Public Schools Responds to Threats of Violence and Suspect in Livingston Cyber Threats Re-Arrested After New Threats Surface)

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2. Livingston High School Alumna Jessica Moss Reported Missing by Police

(UPDATE INCLUDED: Jessica Moss found thanks to those her shared her story)

 

3. Teen Lifeguards Honored for Heroic Actions that Save Woman’s Life at Haines Community Pool

 

4. Livingston Town Center Aims for Success After Loss of Baumgart’s Café

 

5. Police-Involved Motor Vehicle Accident in Livingston Sends Two Millburn Police Officers to Hospital

 

6. Livingston High School Jumps from No. 16 to No. 6 on NJ Monthly’s Top 100 Public High Schools

 

7. The Corner at Livingston Circle to Welcome Four National Retailers

 

8. Livingston Owner of Go-Go Bar Arrested on Racketeering Charges in Alleged $9-Million Scheme

 

9. Livingston Board of Education Election Results are In

Click on the names to meet the winners—Samantha Messer and George Shen—who were sworn in on Tuesday (Click HERE for story.)

 

10. Livingston’s Amanda DeFuria Wins Food Network’s Chopped Junior Competition

 

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Here are five simple ways you can save water, to help you conserve water this summer and take some pressure off of your drains.

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