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West Orange Resident Embarks Trans-Atlantic Journey to Find a Cure for Brain Cancer; Oak Barrel Pub to Host Fundraiser
By DANIELLE SANTOLAJuly 29, 2016
WEST ORANGE, NJ — In an effort to raise awareness and fund research for glioblastoma, West Orange resident Michael Mault will embark on a TransAtlantic adventure in September with the hope that each of his 5000 nautical miles sailed will bring the American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) closer to a cure.
Dedicating the voyage to his mother, brother and friend, who all died from the ...
Livingston Pickleball Clinic Teaches How to “Dink About It;” More Free Clinics to be Held in Livingston
LIVINGSTON, NJ — A group of 10 Livingston residents eager to gain tips on a game they love to play recently gathered at the Northland Pool Tennis Courts, for one of the Free Pickleball clinics offered by Livingston Pickleball, a group of about 150 Pickleball players from the area.
This clinic worked on where to serve and why, and the “Dink,” ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Residents throughout Essex County have been asked to conserve water and to reduce lawn watering following a Drought Watch issued by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection.
The Drought Watch for the state’s Northeast region includes Livingston and all of Essex County.
According to a release, the Drought Watch designation was prompted by ...
ROXBURY, NJ – The owner of the Smiles II go-go bar in Ledgewood, his wife and a Succasunna man who works there, face serious criminal charges, including theft, tax evasion, credit card fraud and racketeering, according to authorities.
The owner, Kevin Lipka, 61, of Livingston, and the Succasunna resident, manager Eric Olsen, 47, were charged Wednesday by Roxbury Police ...
Essex County Freeholders Honor 11-Year-Old Livingston Resident for Participation on "Chopped Junior"
LIVINGSTON, NJ – After winning $10,000 and the highly coveted “Chopped Junior” chef’s jacket when her episode aired in May, 11-year-old Livingston resident Amanda DeFuria was honored for her participation on the Food Network reality cooking competition at the July meeting of the Essex County Board of Chosen Freeholders at Livingston Town Hall.
Amanda, a sixth grader at ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Due to lack of volunteer coaches in Livingston, Girls on the Run (GOTR), a nationwide initiative to inspire young girls to integrate running into an experience-based curriculum, was unable to offer a team in Livingston this spring.
According to Lori Kapferer, director of community relations for GOTR New Jersey East, there were many girls in grades 3-5 who wanted to join ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Expanding on its successful free membership program for seventh graders, the West Essex YMCA is now offering free memberships to sixth and eighth graders beginning in September.
“A Y membership fosters resiliency and a sense of belonging in middle schoolers, and encourages them to build their bodies and minds, developing healthy habits for a ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the expansion of the Livingston headquarters of Franklin Miller, Inc. on July 13.
Located at 60 Okner Parkway, this new addition to Livingston, which doubles the size of its wastewater systems equipment manufacturing facility, will provide additional jobs to local residents.
WEST ORANGE, NJ — Leading up to the Austism Speaks Walks in Morristown on Oct. 8 and in Cranford on Oct. 16, Autism Speaks will be hosting a kick-off dinner at the Turtle Back Zoo on Thursday, July 28 for anyone interested in learning more about the events.
According to Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, the kick-off on Thursday is a great ...
Academic Journeys is offering a new way to prepare for college entrance exams, the ACT/SAT Summer Bootcamp. Bootcamps start August 1 in Madison and Millburn.
Taking a summer SAT prep class is a rite of passage for students about to enter their junior year of high school. Using the limited academic demands of summer to introduce the curriculum for college admissions tests, ...