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Car Thefts, Burglaries, Holocaust Trip Among This Week's Top Stories

A look back at the week's top stories in Livingston.

Livingston Reports 12 Car Thefts In Five Days

Livingston police are advising residents to lock their cars after thieves stole 12 cars in five days over the last week in the township.

Thieves made off with GPS units and laptops as well as ransacking the cars.

On a journey through Germany and Poland, Jill Tejeda learns some of the 'missing bits of information' needed to teach students about the Holocaust.

Livingston police are looking for help in solving two home burglaries that happened in the township last week.

An orange pill found in a New Jersey man's vehicle last week resulted in an arrest for narcotics possession, say.

More than twelve pallets of food were made accessible to local families in need thanks to

Diane Allen, mother of two, says she hopes to show how safe the operation has become.

In about a month, the country will remember the attacks on America that happened on 9/11. And in Livingston, the community is preparing to honor the seven people it lost.

On this Sept. 11, Livingston will hold its annual Ceremony of Remembrance at the 9/11 Memorial Garden, located at the Oval Memorial Park.

Livingston will soon be offering a Home Improvement Program designed to help Livingston residents pay for essential repairs, thanks to a new grant program.

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