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BOYS' FENCING TEAM LOSES TO ST. PETER'S PREP

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Lancer sabre fencer Jack Berk scores against Bryce Belser of Saint Peters Prep. Belser defeated Berk, 5-3. The Lancers fell to the Marauders by a score of 18-9.
 
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Girls’ Track and Field Team Competes in NYC; Pole Vaulters Take First and Third Place at FDU

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The bulk of the Livingston High School (LHS) girls' track and field team travelled over the George Washington Bridge into New York City to compete at the New Balance Track and Field Center, home of the Millrose Games. It is considered by many as the fastest indoor surface in the world. The center played host to hundreds of New Jersey high school runners and jumpers who were there to compete in freshman, novice, and varsity events. The team filed into the center and up the winding stairs, past the plaques of records lining the wall to the balcony seats where they would await their chance to challenge other high school athletes in their age class. Meanwhile, just over the bridge in Teaneck, the pole vaulters and shot putters competed at Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU).
 
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Safety After the Storm

Mother Nature sure does make herself known when she wants to. Just when we started to believe that we could tip-toe through the winter months without any actual "winter," she gave us a loud wake-up call this past weekend! For some, snow creates beautiful scenery – a winter wonderland. For others, the landscape looks more like a frozen wasteland. Regardless of which image suits your fancy, the clean-up after the storm requires work and we all need to pitch in to make our town a safer place post-Winter Storm Jonas.
 
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Board Approves Residential Variances; Request for Interpretation is Withdrawn

The Livingston Zoning Board held its reorganization meeting on Tuesday, January 26, followed by a regular meeting at which it approved two residential variances and discussed a request to interpret an ordinance regarding attic space. The Board elected James Hochberg as chairman and Anthony Nardone as vice chairman, and appointed Lauren Tabak Fass as recording secretary and Alan Ozarow as the Board attorney. The appointments are effective through January 24, 2017.
 
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Funeral Mass Thursday For Gaetinina Saverino

Gaetinina "Cathy" Saverino died in her home in Livingston on Thursday, January 21. She was 57 years old. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered for her at St. Raphael's Church, 346 East Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Livingston, today, Thursday at 10 a.m., followed by the entombment service at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, East Hanover. Funeral arrangements are by Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston. Born in Belleville, Mrs. Saverino lived in Livingston for 35 years. She was an executive assistant at Jamacha, L.L.C., in Roseland. Surviving are her husband Robert; her sons, Robert "Bobby" and Christopher; her siblings, Carol Sexton and Vincent Salerno; and her sisters-in-law, Linda Saverino and Donna Mahony. In lieu of flowers, the family has noted that memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
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28
Jan
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Funeral Mass Offered For Janet Graham

Janet (Jacobs) Graham, 66, died Wednesday, January 20, at Saint Barnabas Medical Center. Arrangements were by the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home. Mrs. Graham was born in Lyndhurst, and had lived in Livingston for more than 60 years. She earned a bachelors of arts degree in psychology from Chestnut Hill College. For more than 30 years, she was a Weekday Nursery School teacher. She was also a delegate for Hillary Clinton during the 2008 Presidential election. Mrs. Graham is survived by her husband, John; her children, Ryan and his wife, Julie; Michael and his wife, Fang; Lindsay FitzPatrick and her husband, Tom; her brothers, Glenn and Craig Jacobs; and five grandchildren. The family has suggested that memorial contributions be made to the Saint Barnabas Healthcare Cancer Center.
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Funeral Services Held For Richard Turteltaub

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Carmen Longo, 81 Dies January 19

Former long-time Livingston resident Carmen Longo, 81, died Tuesday, January 19. Arrangements were by the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home. Born in Orange, Mr. Longo resided in Livingston for about 40 years before moving to Forked River. He was the founder and owner of Arrowhead Roofing and Siding in Livingston. He was a long-time parishioner of St. Philomena's Church in Livingston. Mr. Long was predeceased by his wife, Angelina; his eight siblings; and his son-in-law, Thomas Fischer. He is survived by his children, JoAnn Salvadore, Mary Ann Fischer, and Vincent Longo and his wife, Libby; his sisters, Lena Robles and Katherine Colo; and nine grandchildren.
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21
Jan
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Sarosha Parsons Scores 1,000th Point

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Sarosha Parsons, captain of the Livingston High School girls' varsity basketball team, scored the 1,000th point of her high school basketball career in the team's home game against Verona on Thursday, January 14. The senior is just the seventh female basketball player to reach this milestone, and joins Patti Friend, Kim Busichio, Stephanie DelPreore, Hester Blum, Erin Boland, and Dawn Janukowicz in the 1,000 point scoring club. In LHS boys' basketball history, the 1,000 point scores are Whitey Dukiet and Pete Cullen.
 

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