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Livingston Wrestler Austin Paris Goes From Injury to County Title

February 10, 2019

LIVINGSTON, NJ — After years of trials and tribulations, Livingston’s Austin Paris has found a way to overcome his obstacles en route to becoming a wrestling champion.

This season, Paris has been nothing short of incredible at the 195-pound class. In his final year at Livingston High School, Paris has collected a 27-1 record with 20 wins and a county title.

“I figured it ...

StretchLab Livingston Offers Valentine's Day/Month of February Special

February 13, 2019

Couples massage? Done it. Fancy Dinner? Meh. Stretch Date Night? Yeah!

StretchLab, located at 184 S, Livingston Avenue, Suite 10, in Livingston, is inviting the community to bring "that special someone" to come into StretchLab this month only for an "AMAZING" deal! Book two 50-minute stretches and get two pairs of ToeSox for only $150!  

"Trust us, you ...

Celebrate Presidents Day at FunTime Junction; Get 50% off 1st Visit

FAIRFIELD, NJ — The award-winning children's entertainment venue FunTime Junction will be open Monday, Feb. 18 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for Presidents' Day. No reservations are needed! Just walk in and play!!

Get 50 percent off all first time visits at FunTime Junction when you download our FunTime Junction App! Mention that you saw this offer on TAPinto ...

Local Mom’s Family Health Desire Leads to Career of Helping Others with Essential Oils

Mompreneur Geeta Lahiri, a resident of Roseland, says that using Young Living (YL) essential oils and products has changed the lives of herself and her family members. In fact, using YL essential oils and other therapeutic products has become so important to her that she now teaches free classes on using essential oils efficiently and effectively in people’s daily lives.

She says, ...

Mom's Quest to Overcome Health Issues Leads to Career of Helping Others

Since her teen years, mompreneur Simone Mitjans has struggled with a variety of health problems including digestive issues, seasonal allergies, PMS and migraines. In addition, when she was 19, she was diagnosed with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), which affected her fertility.

After the PCOS diagnosis, Simone says she was determined to research how to treat the diagnosis and feel better in ...

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Livingston Alumnus Steven Lilien is a Hollywood Success Story

I have been watching God Friended Me since the day it aired and have loved it from the start. In fact, I had seen many promos for the show and couldn't wait for it to air. Like you will read below in a quote by Steven Lilien, with the current climate in the US so divided, I was looking forward to watching a heartwarming show about love, friendship and hope.

What I didn't ...

Essex County Makes Offer on Rock Spring Country Club in West Orange

February 4, 2019

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo, Jr. announced this week that the county has made an offer to purchase Rock Spring Country Club, a 168-acre site in West Orange that is currently up for sale. As the property is located next to South Mountain Reservation, DiVincenzo said it “should be preserved for open space and recreation instead of being ...

Livingston Little League & Softball Registration

February 17, 2019

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Reap the Benefits of Climate Controlled, Indoor Dog Daycare

City dog, country dog—sure the outdoors is a fun place to romp. Yet, with the extreme changes in New Jersey seasons, perhaps it behooves you to think twice before leaving your pooch outdoors for super extended amount of time. Similarly, you should consider this too when you entrust your beloved pooch to a daycare facility.

Spring. Summer. Fall. Winter.  Whether at home or at doggie ...

11 Rutgers Students Fined $750 Each Over Protest at Board Meeting

February 5, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A municipal court judge imposed $750 fines on each of the 11 Rutgers University students who were charged after a protest in December during university president Robert Barchi's speech at a Board of Governor's meeting.

Judge James Hoebich, the presiding municipal judge for the city, ordered the students on Monday to pay the fines as well as court costs, bringing the ...

Livingston Democratic Committee Member Explains Council Vote

February 13, 2019


My name is Billy Fine and I am one of two representatives of the 15th Voting District in Livingston. I was elected into this position in the Summer Primary Election during the 2018 election on the Democratic Line A Team in the 15th Voting District. While fulfilling my various duties once being elected to the Democratic County Committee, I have had the opportunity to advocate and ...