LIVINGSTON, NJ - Samya Dajanae Tajae Epps was the first baby born on Jan. 1, 2014, at Saint Barnabas Medical Center. Born at 2:12 a.m., to Brayoni Miller and Ken Epps of East Orange, NJ, she weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce.
Saint Barnabas Welcomes Its First Baby of 2014
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By TAPINTO WEST ORANGE STAFFMarch 16, 2018
WEST ORANGE, NJ — Restaurants and eateries from throughout West Orange are currently participating in the Downtown West Orange Alliance’s (DWOA) second annual Restaurant Week, which wraps up on Saturday.
There will also be an opportunity to win $250 in restaurant gift certificates for purchases made during Restaurant Week.
For every purchase made at ...
By DANIELLE SANTOLAMarch 15, 2018
LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Mall recently allowed JCP&L to use its parking lot as a staging area for all of the trucks and crews who came from the southern part of New Jersey and beyond to help out during the extensive power outages in the area last week and throughout the weekend following the nor’easter.
“They brought all these extra trucks and line crews from ...
By TAPINTO LIVINGSTON STAFFMarch 15, 2018
LIVINGSTON, NJ — In order to ensure that moms in crisis receive the love and appreciation they deserve this Mother’s Day, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Livingston is hosting its Movers for Moms® collection drive to provide critical gifts to local women and families staying in community shelters this spring.
Although Mother’s Day is intended to be a joyous occasion for women ...
By DANIELLE SANTOLAMarch 14, 2018
LIVINGSTON, NJ — In order to make their voices heard and prove that “age is no obstacle to activism,” hundreds of Livingston High School (LHS) students participated in the student-led National School Walkout on Wednesday morning. For 17 minutes, the students gathered on the blacktop near the turf to honor the victims of the Parkland shooting and to also take a stance on gun ...
By DANIELLE SANTOLAMarch 12, 2018
LIVINGSTON, NJ — At the height of Winter Storm Quinn, 50 percent of Livingston’s homes and businesses were without power, but as of 3 p.m. on Monday, Livingston Mayor Ed Meinhardt has confirmed that less than 2 percent remain without power.
Township Manager Barry Lewis, Jr., who served his first official week as manager during the week of Winter Storm Quinn, has been steadily ...
By MICHELLE BENT, LIVINGSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLSMarch 12, 2018
SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ — Twelve members of the Livingston High School Forensics Speech and Debate Team recently competed in the sixth and final Newark CFL (Catholic Forensics League) tournament at Union Catholic Regional High School. The Lancers came away with six awards, including the fourth-place team sweepstakes trophy, both for this tournament and for overall ...
By DANIEL J. CIARLETTAMarch 12, 2018
NEW YORK, NY - The third in a series of nor’easters impacting the Mid-Atlantic and New England will affect the New York City area Monday evening through Tuesday.
The track of the storm has been particularly troublesome to forecast, but the midday model runs on Sunday converged on a solution that curves the center of the nor’easter far offshore of New Jersey before accelerating ...