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Livingston Week in Review

Here's what you may have missed over the week.

Business Owners Gear Up for Social Media and Marketing Summit

Join Patch on Feb. 14 for a groundbreaking opportunity to learn from digital experts and strengthen your business’ online brand.

Livingston at 200: A Full Year of Events

The township releases a list of events for each themed month throughout the year for its bicentennial celebration.

Livingston BOE Special Voting Meeting Rescheduled

The board has changed the date to Jan. 23

Livingston and Millburn Out of Flu Vaccine

Early outbreak of the flu has caused the two townships with a shared health department to run out of vaccines

Weird NJ Brings Sandy Fundraiser to West Orange

The Weird NJ crew will be presenting a night of music and food.

Wind Explorer, which uses turbine-generated electricity for power, could have applications for everyday vehicles, company officials say

Livingston Symphony Orchestra Performs Hurricane Sandy Concert

January 12 concert benefitted the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund, a group dedicated to helping victims of the October storm.

Livingston Falls in County Hockey Tournament

Nutley High School skaters defeat Lancers in recent Essex County Winter Holiday Hockey Tournament held at Codey Arena.

West Orange, Livingston, Cranford and Scotch Plains residents had their cars broken into in Short Hills last Friday.

Letter to the Editor: Reproductive Rights Remain at Risk

Millburn Resident and a vice president of Community Services of the National Council of Jewish Women in Livingston, Essex County Section, writes Patch seeking continued abortion rights support, not complacency.

Essex County Scales Back Annual Deer Hunt

The county's deer management program is less than half last year's sessions; there will be no hunting in Eagle Rock Reservation.

The ABCs of Kindergarten Registration

Livingston Public Schools begins the process for the Class of 2026.

Livingston Library Serves Coffee with Crime

The Coffee & Crime Mystery Book Club meets on Jan. 17

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