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December 15, 2017

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Three RWJBarnabas Health Facilities Recognized as 2017 Top Hospitals

WEST ORANGE, NJ – Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Jersey City Medical Center and Monmouth Medical Center, three RWJBarnabas Health facilities, were recently recognized as Top Teaching Hospitals in 2017 by The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit organization driving a movement for giant leaps forward in the quality and safety of American health care.

Among thousands of hospitals in the ...

Livingston Family Orthodontics Celebrates Grand Opening with Ribbon Cutting

LIVINGSTON, NJ — A ceremonial ribbon cutting hosted by the Township of Livingston in conjunction with the Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC) on Wednesday celebrated the opening of Dr. Gauri “Gi Gi” Paralkar’s new practice, Livingston Family Orthodontics.

Mayor Shawn Klein, members of the township council and members of the LACC enjoyed donuts and ...

Livingston Community Thanksgiving Luncheon Honors Service Organizations and Businesses

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC) honored the community’s civic organizations through its annual Livingston Community Thanksgiving Luncheon, which is one of the LACC’s largest annual networking events, at Cedar Hill Country Club on Tuesday, sponsored by Saint Barnabas Medical Center and RWJBarnabas Health.

Following a welcome from LACC President ...

Jordan Baris Shares: 6 Reasons to List Your Home During the Holidays

LIVINGSTON, NJ — According to Jordan Baris, Inc., Realtors, there are many reasons why the holiday season is a good time to list a home.

The firm, located in West Orange and Livingston, encourages area residents to consider the following:

People who are looking for a home during the holiday season are most likely pretty serious about making a move. In fact, they may be in a ...

Bederson LLP Serves as Drop Off for Local Food Drive

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Firms and companies throughout Essex County recently participated in the drive, Essex County Bar Foundation (ECBF) Family Law Committee’s food drive, benefitting the Nutley Family Service Bureau (NFSB) Food Pantry, which ran through Nov. 8 and yielded a substantial contribution. All items were ultimately delivered to Kozyra and Hartz law firm in ...

Goldfish Swim School Opens its Doors to Livingston Community

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The newest addition to the Goldfish Swim School franchise, the country’s leading water safety and swim lesson school offering infant and child swim lessons, celebrated its grand opening at its 8,300-square-foot location in Livingston this week with the start of classes and a ribbon cutting ceremony leading up to Sunday’s public grand opening event from 2 p.m. to ...

Local Businesses Honored at 25th Anniversary NJ Family Business of the Year Awards Luncheon

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Fifteen family businesses from around the state were recently honored at the 25th Anniversary NJ Family Business of the Year Awards Luncheon held at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston, hosted by the Rothman Institute in conjunction with sponsors Sobel & Co., LLC, Coughlin Duffy LLP, PNC Bank, Crystal Plaza, NJ Business and NJBIA.

During a ceremony on Oct. 25, the ...

Sobel & Co. Networking Events Help Local Professionals Look and Feel Empowered

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Sobel & Co., LLC hosted two powerful networking events for local businesswomen in November that taught young professionals how to “dress for success” this season during the Livingston-based accounting firm’s quarterly Young Professional Women’s Roundtable and encouraged those at the monthly Executive Women’s Leadership Breakfast to ...

Advocate for Women and Children Joins Metro YMCA Board of Directors

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Michele Williams, who grew up in the inner city of Newark in the 1960s not knowing how to swim, was recently appointed to the Metro YMCA Board of Directors with women and children in mind. 

As an adult who was never exposed to swimming as a kid, Williams remains to be afraid of water. When her son turned three, she signed him up for YMCA swim ...

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