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By ALAN GROSSMANDecember 8, 2016
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Issues concerning the development of Madonna Field, and making sure that the upkeep of the Livingston High School fields is handled correctly, came to the fore at the Livingston Township Council meeting Monday.
The council questioned consultant John Jahr about the issue due to a recent article in the Star-Ledger about an investigation into ...
NEWARK, NJ - Authorities announced Tuesday that they have arrested Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, 20, of Orange, who is suspected of the murder of Sarah Butler, according to Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray and Montclair Police Chief Todd Conforti.
Butler, a 20-year-old Montclair resident reported missing on Nov. 23, was found dead on Dec. 1 in Eagle ...
EAST HANOVER, NJ — A handful of students with disabilities from Livingston’s CPNJ Horizon High School were among more than 100 students from 11 schools that recently visited Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation (NPC) for National Disability Mentoring Day—a day of career exploration for students with special needs.
The annual event, held at the ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Saint Barnabas Medical Center (SBMC) was named a Top Hospital for the second-consecutive year on Tuesday, showcasing SBMC's ongoing commitment to patient safety and quality.
Being acknowledged as a Top Hospital by the Leapfrog Group, which recognizes the highest-performing hospitals in the country through its annual survey, is one of the most ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ – The Owner/Directors of Meadowbrook County Day Camp Dan Millman and George Stein are launching a NJ Pizza Road Tour to meet prospective families and visit with former and current camp families. The first stop on the tour is Dec. 14 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Anthony Francos, 489 S Livingston Ave., in Livingston.
Families are encouraged to stop by for a slice ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, a Summit-based professional theatre, brings a concert reading of its original musical, “The Neighborhood,” to the Livingston Public Library on Sunday 3 p.m.
The production, with book and lyrics by Artistic Director Laura Ekstrand and music by Joseph Zawila, was created from the stories of Dreamcatcher’s Resident Acting ...
SHORT HILLS, NJ - New Eyes for the Needy, a Short Hills-based non-profit organization, has received a substantial matching gift for donations received in the year-end fund raising appeal. An anonymous donor will match all donations received through January 2017 (up to $100,000).
Founded in 1932, New Eyes has been able to assist more than eight-million children and adults in financial need ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ – Known throughout Livingston as the former editor of the “West Essex Tribune” and a longtime member of the planning board and other committees, Nancy and Richard Dinar, alongside their family, had the honor of officially lighting the Camuso display at the Livingston Memorial Oval on Saturday.
The evening was highlighted by a performance from the Livingston ...
Golda Och Academy to Host Programs for Families Interested in Transitioning from Public to Private School
WEST ORANGE, NJ — Recognizing that families looking to switch their children from public school to private Jewish day school often have several questions about the transition process, Golda Och Academy is hosting two upcoming Coffee & Conversation meetings at the Wilf Lower School Campus in West Orange on Dec. 15 and Jan. 18.
Although students from a variety of Jewish ...
NEWARK, NJ - Brandon Williams, 22, of Montclair has been charged and arrested with the murder of 22-year-old James Goff of Irvington, police officials announced on Sunday.
Williams is a 2012 graduate of Montclair High School and former player on the MHS football team.
Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray and Newark Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose stated that ...