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Mrs. Barbella-Weller Dies in Forked River

Josephine A. Barbella-Weller died on Wednesday, July 22, in Forked River. She grew up in Montclair and had resided in Livingston and Verona. A homemaker, Mrs. Barbella-Weller worked for Essex County and was active in the Disabled American Veterans Ladies Auxiliary in Forked River. Surviving are her husband of 15 years, Richard W. Weller Jr.; daughter, Jeanine Breen and her husband, Daniel; sons Robert Barbella, Ronald Barbella and his wife, Deborah, and Thomas Barbella; six grandchildren; and a brother, Vincent Innarella and his wife, Denise. She was predeceased by her parents, Anthony and Theresa Innarella, and four brothers, Anthony Jr., Charles, Philip and Joey. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, www.jude.org. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.farmerfuneral.com.
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Moises A. Medina Dies in Livingston

Moises A. Medina, 64, died on Friday, July 3, in Livingston. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mr. Medina came to the USA in 1962, grew up in Jackson Heights, Queens, New York and lived in Guttenberg, prior to moving to Livingston in 1985. A self-employed mechanical engineer, Mr. Medina is survived by his wife, Christine Reis Medina, his sons, Benjamin and Jonathan; and his brother, Michael.
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Funeral Mass Offered For Patricia J. O'Brien

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THE B STREET BAND PERFORMANCE

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THE B STREET BAND PERFORMANCE, presented on July 19 as part of the Summer Concert Series, was held indoors in the Livingston High School (LHS) auditorium due to the high Heat Index Advisory issued to the area.
 
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THE INSTALLATION OF PVC PIPING

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THE INSTALLATION OF PVC PIPING for a storm drainage system on a section of Camelot Drive, in the vicinity of the intersection with Hastings Lane, is underway. The work is being done by Ischia Construction & Paving of Livingston as part of the Camelot Drive street improvement project.
 
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Former Residents Celebrate 70th Anniversary with Family Reunion

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Jerome (Jerry) and Norma (Pear) Marsh of Boca Raton, Florida, formerly of Livingston, recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary at a family reunion held at the Skytop Lodge in the Poconos. The Marshes, former owners of S. Marsh and Sons jewelry store in Millburn, were joined by their children, eight grandchildren (with six spouses among them), and eight great-grandchildren (with two more on the way), who came from near and far to celebrate the milestone.
 
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LEAGUE CHAMPS

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LEAGUE CHAMPS: The Swingers defeated Game Time to win the Livingston Wednesday Night B Division Softball League Championship.
 
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Women's Recreation Softball League to Play Through August

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During the spring season eight teams of "amazing" Livingston women play in the Livingston Recreation Women's Softball League for residents ages 30 and over. Notes organizer Kimberly Schwartz, "Over the years, we have tried to continue into the summer as the men do; but, until now, we’d not had much luck. But somehow the moons aligned and thanks to some fortitude of women determined (and the help of TeamSnap organizing) we have 39 ladies signed up to play through mid-August."
 
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Whose Responsibility Is It?

The Tribune this week received a call from a very angry reader who demanded that the newspaper "do something" to force the town manager to put the flags at half-staff in memory of the five U.S. service members who were slain by a gunman in Chattanooga last week. While we do not condone the caller's tone nor should we have had to listen to his foul language, we did opt to look into his concern.
 
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Board Of Education Explains Facility Rental by Governor Christie

Board of Education president Pam Chirls read a prepared statement at its July 15 meeting to explain the Board's decision to approve an agreement with the governor's offi ce for the rental of the auxiliary gym at Livingston High School on June 30. Chirls said that the event had originally been billed as "an event with the governor," and the Livingston Board of Education was careful to follow Policy 7510. She added that the superintendent deemed this event "advisable" and referred it to the school board for action according to the policy.
 

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