latest news from Livingston

Thu
24
Dec
News Staff's picture

PARSONS SCORES 18 POINTS IN GIRLS' BASKETBALL OPENER

Article Image Alt Text
Shown above, Lady Lancer senior guard Sarosha Parsons, #10, drives the lane to score against Irvington. Parsons scored 18 points to lead the Livingston High School varsity girls' basketball team to the opening day victory.
 
Thu
24
Dec
News Staff's picture

HOCKEY TEAM DEFEATS VERONA/GLEN RIDGE

Article Image Alt Text
The Livingston High School hockey team defeated the Verona/Glen Ridge Hillbillies, 2-0, at the Codey Arena last Saturday evening, December 19.
 
Thu
24
Dec
News Staff's picture

Healthcare Foundation of NJ Gives Grant For New NICU Suite at Saint Barnabas

The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey (HFNJ) has awarded $1.5 million to the Saint Barnabas Medical Center Foundation to support the creation of The HFNJ Private Room & Isolation Suite. The suite will be located in the expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, part of the hospital’s new Cooperman West Wing that is slated to open in the summer of 2017.
 
Thu
24
Dec
News Staff's picture

To Hold First Meetings of 2016

The Livingston Township Council and the Board of Education will hold their first meetings of the New Year in the coming weeks.
 
Township Council
 
The Township Council will hold its annual re-organization meeting on New Year's Day, next Friday, January 1. The event will begin at 11 a.m. at the Senior/Community Center on Hillside Avenue.
 
Thu
24
Dec
News Staff's picture

Donald F. Julich Dies In Hollywood, Florida

Donald F. Julich died on December 14, in Hollywood, Florida, at the age of 86. Mr. Julich was born in East Orange and moved to Livingston, his primary residence, in 1954. In recent years, he divided his time between Connecticut and Florida. Mr. Julich was co-proprietor of Crown Fish Company in New York City for more than 50 years and was dubbed the "Shrimp King" by the New York Times. He is survived by his wife, Beatrice; and his three children, Susan and her husband, Dee D’Andrea; Linda Stafford; and Donald, Jr. and his wife, Susan. He is also survived by three grandchildren, as well as his sister, Carol Schrader, and his brother, Richard Julich.
Thu
24
Dec
News Staff's picture

Memorial Service Held For Trevor Lee Swartz

Trevor Lee Swartz of Parsippany died Wednesday, December 16, at the age of 43. A memorial service was held on Saturday, December 19, at the Hancliff Home for Funerals in East Hanover. Born in Livingston, Mr. Swartz resided in East Hanover before moving to Parsippany. A graduate of Hanover Park High School, he was employed as a stone mason for the Livingston Department of Public Works for the past ten years. He was a former parishioner of St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church in East Hanover and a member of the Livingston Elks' Lodge No. 1855. Mr. Swartz is survived by his son, Maximillian of Pine Brook; his parents, Joan (Merkel) and Lt. Thomas W. Swartz Sr. East Hanover Police Department (Ret.) of Conway, South Carolina; his brothers, Thomas Swartz Jr. of Parsippany and Troy Vernon Swartz and his wife, Michele, of Lake Hiawatha; and his former companion, Brandy Garrido of Pine Brook. It was suggested that memorial donations be made to his family in lieu of flowers.
Thu
24
Dec
News Staff's picture

Joseph Milici

Beloved Husband, Father, Brother and Grandfather, 86
 
Thu
24
Dec
News Staff's picture

Mass Offered Monday For William L. Weber

William L. "Bill" Weber of Manchester Township, formerly of Livingston, died Friday, December 18. He was 83 years old. Arrangements were by the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston. Mr. Weber was born in Passaic and lived in Livingston for many years before moving to Manchester Township 17 years ago. He served in the U.S. Army in the Korean War and was a member of Livingston VFW Post 2856. For many years, he owned and operated Neu Interiors Inc. of Livingston, which continues under the direction of his son. Mr. Weber was predeceased by his daughter, Diane W. Simpson, and his brother, Hubert "Jim." He is survived by his wife, Helen (Neu); his sons, Steve W. and his wife, Jeanmarie, and Mark L. and his wife, Monica; his siblings, Catherine Hooper, Helene McGovern, Joyce Mitschele, Sister Mary Clare Weber, and Betty Weber; and four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Thu
17
Dec
News Staff's picture

Branquinho Is 2015 Employee of the Year: Twp. Presents Excellence in Service Awards

Article Image Alt Text
At the close of each year, the Township recognizes staff members who have provided exemplary service to the Livingston community. The goal of the recently held sixth annual Employee Recognition Program was to recognize significant contributions in areas relating to improving operation, cost savings, promoting team spirit, improving the image and reputation of the Township, and customer satisfaction. Both full-time and part-time employees are nominated by their colleagues, and the selection committee is made up of Township employees. There are seven categories of Awards: Employee of the Year, Customer Service, Teamwork, Innovation, Sunshine, Mentor, and Pride.
 
Thu
17
Dec
News Staff's picture

Santa's Eye View

Article Image Alt Text
This aerial photo of the Camuso holiday display at the Memorial Park Oval shows how it will look to Santa Claus as he flies over it Christmas Eve. The display, originally created by Ernest Camuso and erected at his family home on Burnet Hill Road, was donated to the township after his death, and continues his tradition of serving as a collection site for the Saint Barnabas Burn Foundation.
 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - latest news from Livingston