Sports

West Orange High School Football Beefsteak Fundraiser Draws Crowd

August 11, 2012 at 8:03 AM

WEST ORANGE, NJ - Over 100 supporters of West Orange High School Football filled the Toby Katz Center in Degnan Park Friday night to raise money for the 2012 football season.  Parents, coaches, and administrators, from WOHS, West Orange PAL, and the West Orange Rec department enjoyed an all you can eat filet mignon beefsteak dinner in anticipation of another strong season.

The evening began with a welcome from Bill Kehoe, West Orange Rec Director and Master of Ceremonies, along with John Jacobs, head football coach at WOHS.  Marcus White gave the invocation, and a moment of silence was held to honor the memories of Vincent Albanese and Donato "Dan" Parisi, PAL patriarchs and town sports supporters that passed away last week.

The regular season begins on Saturday, September 8, 2012, at 1:00 pm with a home game at WOHS against Teaneck.  Freshmen football games are played Saturday mornings at 9 and JV games on Monday afternoons.  A schedule of the games will be posted in the near future.

 

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Bane Haunted House Opens its Doors this Weekend

September 24, 2016

LIVINGSTON, NJ - Halloween is just around the corner, and for those who get a thrill from being scared—Bane Haunted House opened its doors this weekend, and will remain open through Halloween. According to Jennifer Condron, who owns the attraction with her husband John, Bane is one of the first such attractions in NJ to open this early.

Bane, which is ADA accessible, will be open on ...

Police Investigate Second Attempted Luring in Roselle

September 23, 2016

ROSELLE, NJ - Another attempt to lure a youth in Roselle occurred Thursday afternoon, Sept. 22, when a 16 year old girl was approached on the 500 block of Walnut st. around 4:30p.m by a man in a silver SUV style vehicle. According to Roselle Police Chief Gerald J. Orlando, the man exited the vehicle and grabbed the girl around the waist, but the girl was able to break free and run ...

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Trinity Covenant Church, Livingston

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Sun, September 25, 10:00 AM

Township of West Orange Municipal Building, West Orange

26th Annual Mayor's 5K RUN/Walk "Break the ...

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The Ethical Culture Society of Essex County, Maplewood

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A Statement from the West Orange Board of Education; Vows to Find Equitable Agreement for all Parties

September 23, 2016

WEST ORANGE, NJ — The West Orange Board of Education and Administration values our staff but need to find a fair and equitable agreement for all parties, as the board represents all West Orange taxpayers. We welcome the opportunity to find common ground and work together on viable solutions.

The Association unilaterally declared impasse on May 26, 2016. A mediator was appointed by ...

On the Move: A Consumer Conference for People with Spinal Cord Injury

September 20, 2016

You’re cordially invited to attend On the Move: A Consumer Conference for People with Spinal Cord Injury on this Friday, September 23rd, 9:30am-4:30 pm, in West Orange, NJ.

The Kessler Foundation conference will provide a rare opportunity for the media to see people with spinal cord injury (SCI) demonstrating how to use various types of robotic ...

You’re Only as Old as You Dress

“Do you think this is too young for me?” asked a voice from behind me. I turned from the dressing room door where my teenage daughter was trying on clothes.

The “this” in question was a super-clingy, lycra mini dress in a black and purple animal print.

The “me” who was asking, was a 40-something year-old mom.

I was, quite literally, at a loss for ...

‘Bathing in Moonlight’ Recalls 1950s Cuba

PRINCETON, NJ – Although this  play by Nilo Cruz is set in 2015, reflecting both Cuba and Miami, the theme is closer to struggles at least 30 years earlier. 

A priest who falls in love would more likely become an Episcopalian or even a Unitarian. So this dichotomy makes the whole premise less than believable. It’s really “The Thornbirds” revisited.
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