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Icing Conditions Cause Multi-Vehicle Pile-Up On Both Sides of East Northfield Road

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Livingston police officers and other emergency personnel were kept busy on Monday and Tuesday when a day of snow and a night of freezing rain left roadways slick and dangerous. Several motor vehicle accidents were reported across the township, including a multi-vehicle pile-up on East Northfield Road, a car into a house on East Cedar Street, and an overturned vehicle on South Orange Avenue. At 6:22 a.m. on Tuesday morning, Joseph M. Urcinoli was traveling west on East Northfi eld Road when he lost control of his Chevrolet Express box truck due to the icy road conditions. His vehicle crossed over the curbed median, striking multiple cars that were traveling eastbound, including that of Livingston resident Mary Bridges and Bloomfield resident Judy A. Williams.
 
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LHS Bowler Kaie Jarvis Wins Women’s Championship

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During the past week, Lancer bowler Kaie Jarvis was crowned the Essex County bowling champion. The Livingston High School (LHS) varsity bowling team was represented by two individuals for that portion of the Essex County Championship. Junior Justin Schoenbach had rolled a 544 in the team round, which landed him in the top 12 in the county. He put together a 535 series with games of 161, 225 and 149. Schoenbach’s series was good enough for seventh place in the contest.
 
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Livingston Fire Department Holds Inspection Dinner

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The Livingston Fire Department held its inspection dinner on Tuesday evening, February 9, at the Cedar Hill County Club in Livingston. The annual event included an inspection of the department's equipment, and the firefighters' safety and protective gear. Fire Chief Chris Mullin also presented the Department's annual report that evening. According to the report, Livingston's volunteer firefighters responded to 27 general alarms in 2015.
 
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Track Stars DiTonno, Jones-Davis Lead Lancers At NJSIAA State Group 4 North 1 Championship

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The Livingston High School girls' winter track and field team recently participated in the North 1 Group IV State Sectional Meet. "The Lady Lancers were eager to compete against the other 17 teams fighting for top spots individually and as a team," aid coach Dave Czeizinger. "This meet marks the start of the State Tournament, and each athlete must finish in the top six in her event, or her season ends here." The top six in each event earn a berth to the Group 4 Championship, to be held at the Bennett Center in Toms River on Friday, February 19.
 
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Ninth Graders Developing Nutrition App

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Eashon Bagia and Rohat Chari are two busy freshmen at Livingston High School (LHS). In addition to their coursework, sports and musical interests, the two young entrepreneurs are hoping to qualify for a national competition, the MIT Launch Club, sponsored by the MIT Sloan School of Business. "We are working on an app that will scan the barcode of foods to make people more knowledgeable about what they are eating," said Bagia. They call their company, and their app "Nutritionex: A better choice, a better life."
 
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Celebrating Our History

This week, the Tribune is printing its semi-annual “Celebrate Livingston's History” section. Over the four years we have been producing it, this special section has grown in both size and popularity. We think it's a fun and informative way to learn about our town, whether you're new to Livingston, or your family has been here for generations. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we do producing it!
 
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Board Approves Retaining Wall

The Livingston Planning Board met on Tuesday evening for a special meeting to hear an application by A&M Associates. The applicant came to the Board seeking approval to erect retaining walls to permit the future development of 6.17 acres of property just south of The Pointe on the eastern side of Eisenhower Parkway. The applicant was represented by attorney Stephen Geffner, who said that the application is the first step to further developing the property in the future. He noted that the applicant has already received approval from the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).
 
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Millburn Police Vehicles Collide

Two Millburn police officers sustained minor injuries and were transported to Morristown Medical Center after their vehicles collided at the intersection of JFK Parkway and East Hobart Gap Road last Wednesday night. According to Livingston police officials, both units were responding to assist other Millburn officers who were in pursuit of a black Mercedez-Benz which had struck a security vehicle at the Mall at Short Hills.
 
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Services Held Sunday For Harvey Daniel Braun

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Services Held Tuesday For David Mendelson

David Mendelson of Livingston died Saturday, February 13, at the age of 80. Funeral arrangements were by Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel of Livingston. Mr. Mendelson is survived by his wife, Lois; his children, Stephani and Rick, and Jon and Jodi; his brother, Stan; his sister, Gloria; and four grandchildren. The family has suggested that memorial donations be made to Saint Barnabas Hospice or to the fund in memory of David Mendelson at the American Parkinson's Disease Association.

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