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Retiring Councilmen, Barnabas Donation, Crime Report Top Livingston Week in Review

A look at this week's top stories in Livingston

The two Democrats have been on the council since 2001.

Saint Barnabas Donates $100K to Livingston Bicentennial

The donation will help fund Livingston at 200 activities next year.

Young Organ Donor to be Remembered on Rose Parade Float

A Livingston family unveiled a floragraph likeness of their 11-year-old son, whose organ donations saved the lives of four people after he died of an allergic reaction.

The 2011 Uniform Crime Report showed an increase of approximately 85 criminal incidents in Livingston

Synchroettes Dazzle Crowd at Fundraiser

Tuesday's performance helped collect donations for Toys for Tots.

Livingston Donors Gave More to Romney Than Obama

NJ Spotlight Interactive Map shows Livingston residents contributed more to the former governor's campaign than to the President's re-election campaign.

Livingston Primetime Shuttle Back to Full Operation

The shuttle is back to full operation following Sandy.

Holiday Lights Spectacular Returns to Turtle Back Zoo (Photos)

Admission is free to this family-friendly annual event.

Teacher Tenure Reform: LPS Moves Closer

Models to evaluate teacher and principal performance are approved by the Board of Education.

Eighth night of joyous holiday marks end of Festival of Lights with car parade through townships.

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