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LHS Wrestlers Win Home Opener

The Livingston High School wrestling team got off to their winning ways at home on Friday, January 9 against the Red Raiders from East Side High School, winning by a dominant score of 61-18.
 
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GRANDPARENTS GONE WIRED

The Senior, youth and Leisure services held "Grandparents Gone Wired," a technology program for senior citizens, at the Livingston Public Library on Saturday, Januray 10.
 
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Carrying on the Legacy

Some years ago, when the Board of Education announced plans to close schools in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, we strenuously objected. We believed – and continue to do so – that our students could learn more about Dr. King and his ideals in school than they would having a day off.
 
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Superintendent of Schools Holds Forum For Parents of High School Students

Jim O’Neill, interim superintendent of schools, held an open forum for Livingston High School parents. The event was held in the media center at Livingston High School on January 12. In attendance were the department supervisors, the LHS administration, and members of the Board of Education, along with a number of district parents.
 
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Offer Prayers Sunday For Ajay Shah, 57

Ajay Shah of Livingston died on Sunday, January 11, at the age of 57. Funeral services, followed by cremation, were held Tuesday, January 13, at Rosedale Crematory in Montclair. A religious ceremony and prayers to honor his life will be offered at the Hindu Temple in Wayne on Sunday, January 18, from noon to 2 p.m. Mr. Shah was born in the city of Vadodara, India. He had been a resident of Livingston since 1989. He received his master's degree in chemical engineering from Rutgers University. He was a member of the Livingston Zoning Board of Adjustment and active with the Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Shah is survived by his wife, Preety Shah, and his sons, Chirag and his wife Aishwarya; and Rajiv.
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Wanda Spohn Hinds Dies at Age 95

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Funeral Mass For Patricia Baker

Patricia Lynn Baker, 61, of Livingston died Monday, January 5. A funeral Mass was held January 6 in St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Bloomfi eld. Born in Newark, Ms. Baker lived in Nutley before moving to Livingston nine years ago. She was a Spanish teacher for the Roseland Board of Education at the Lester C. Noecker School. The daughter of Audrey F. and the late Charles A. Baker, Ms. Baker is survived by her sisters Susanne Casale, Ginger Scholar and her husband, Richard, Kim Baker, and Lisa Spaner; and a brother, William, and his wife, Audrey. She was also predeceased by her brother, Kenneth.
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Memorial Service For Eli Gorelick, 84

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Offer Funeral Mass For Lonnie Sementa

Yolanda “Lonnie” (Pelosi) Sementa, 87, died at Morristown Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, January 6. The Funeral Mass celebrating her life was offered at St. Philomena’s Church, Livingston, on Monday, January 12. Born and raised in Orange, Mrs. Sementa lived in Livingston before moving to Island Heights in 1982. She assisted her husband, Agostino, in his accounting practice and later assisted her son, Frank, at D’Jais in Belmar. Predeceased by her husband Agostino, she is survived by her children, Frank and Teresa, Gail and Tom, and her three grandchildren.

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