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"Camp Out" is the Theme at Trinity's VBS July 28-30

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Vacation Bible School 2017 at Trinity Covenant Church is all about the outdoor life as kids explore “Camp Out” on the weekend of July 28-30, 2017. Registration is open now for this kids’ program (grades pre-school through 5), which meets Friday evening (6-9 p.m.), Saturday morning (10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) and Sunday morning (10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.). 

The cost is $10 for each child. Register online at

At Camp Out VBS, kids trek through an outdoor adventure―minus the bug spray and lack of sleep. And along the way, kids discover that Jesus is the light of the world. While VBS will include lots of indoor “camp out” experiences, Trinity plans a real outdoors camp-out for the following weekend.        

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All this takes place under the guidance of Trinity’s Pastor to children and families Rev. Anne Weinberg and her staff of volunteers. For more information, call the church at 973-992-4044, visit their web site at or email at

Trinity is located at 343 East Cedar Street in Livingston, just off Northfield Road and down the hill from Saint Barnabas Medical Center. 

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Newark Man Pleads Guilty to Beating, Sexually Assaulting Rutgers Student

December 7, 2017

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — A Newark man pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting and severely beating a female Rutgers student and will spend up to 22 years behind bars, authorities announced on Tuesday. 

At 3:30 a.m. on May 4, 2016, 39-year-old Newark resident Michael Knight followed the woman and attacked her near College Avenue and Seminary Place on the Rutgers-New ...

Livingston Area Chamber Spotlight on Montclair Medical Associates, LLC

The Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC) is proud to spotlight its new member, Montclair Medical Associates, LLC (MMA), and owner, Dr. Renita Oglesby. Thank you, Montclair Medical Associates, for partnering with the LACC and being a part of Livingston’s thriving business community.

This virtual interview was conducted by in partnership with the LACC and ...

Fire Engulfs Billy & Madeline's Red Room

November 27, 2017

HANOVER, NJ — A beloved neighborhood icon experienced significant damage from a fire on Monday, November 27. Firefighters battled the blaze at Billy & Madeline's Red Room in Hanover Monday afternoon and the damage appeared extensive.

Several were sent to the hospital for smoke inhalation. The extent of the damage is unclear. The restaurant is closed on Mondays, and ...

Investors Bank October 2017 Fed Normalization Process

The Federal Reserve has increased interest rates twice this year and could do so again in December.  But the economy is hardly booming along and inflation remains tame.  Are the central bankers crazy?  No!  They simply are trying to add some monetary policy arrows to their largely empty quiver.

The near collapse of the world financial system in 2008, forced the Fed to take ...

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Sun, December 10, 3:00 PM

Livingston Public Library, Livingston

Sunday Concert: ELLEN LaFURN

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New Blood Pressure Guidelines Highlight Need for Greater Awareness and Proactive Treatment

December 1, 2017

WEST ORANGE, NJ – According to new guidelines issued in November by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology, 46 percent of U.S. adults—about 103-million Americans—are now considered to be in the high blood pressure range. Under the previous guidelines, which had not been updated in over a decade, only 32 percent of U.S. adults (or 72 ...

The Thought that Counts

The other day I was talking to our cat . . .  

Hmmm.  It says here that dogs are smarter than cats.

What are you reading, Mad Magazine?

No seriously, this article in the Times claims that a scientific study conducted at Vanderbilt University recently discovered that dogs have twice as many neurons as cats in the analytic part of their brains.

Yeah, but they only use a ...