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Funeral Services Held For Salvatore Buono

Salvatore Buono, 72, died on Friday, February 5. Born in Prata Avellino, Italy, Mr. Buono lived in Orange before moving to Livingston in 1974. He was the owner of Buono Landscaping Co. in Livingston. Mr. Buono is survived by his wife of 48 years, Lena; son, Gerry and his wife, Michelle; daughter, Nancy Wilson and her husband, Ernie; sisters Antonia Aversali, Sabatina Leone and Gabriella Buono; and six grandchildren. His sister Angela Giordano predeceased him. Funeral arrangements were by Paul Ippolito-Dancy Memorial in Caldwell. Messages may be shared on www.ippolitofuneralhomes.com. Memorial donations may be made to St. Philomena’s Church of Livingston.
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Audrey Lynn Brecher Dies on February 7

Audrey Lynn Brecher, 67, died at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston on Sunday, February 7, after a three-and-a-half-year battle with cancer. Mrs. Brecher was born in Passaic, and graduated from Passaic High School in 1966. She received her B.A. in early elementary education from Fairleigh Dickinson University and taught in several school districts. She also founded Gala Affaire, a balloon and party decorating business. Shortly after marrying Jack Brecher, who was her next door neighbor, in 1969, the couple moved to Livingston. Mrs. Brecher is survived by her husband, Jack; her daughter, Amy, and her fiance, Tyrus Minier; her son, David, and his wife, Michelle; a grandson; her mother, Libby Bitterman; and her sister, Judy Gothelf and her husband, Steven Gothelf. Arrangements were by the Jewish Memorial Chapel in Clifton. Donations may be made to the Cancer Center/Oncology Services at Saint Barnabas Medical Center.
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Home on Hill Street is Ravaged by Fire

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A fire of as-yet unknown origin ravaged the house at 16 Hill Street, the home of Esteban Cruz and Nina Navarez, on Tuesday morning, February 2. The homeowners were home at the time the fire broke out, and called 9-1-1 at 8:44 a.m. The Livingston Fire Department responded to the general alarm and arrived to find a "well-involved, heavy smoke condition" at the house, according to Fire Chief Chris Mullin.
 
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WELCOMING CLASS OF 2029

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Parents with children turning five years old on or before October 1, 2016, have begun registering their children for kindergarten in Livingston Public Schools. An online pre-registration process is new this year in Livingston and is expected to streamline the enrollment process, making it easier and more convenient for parents and guardians to complete preliminary information.
 
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LIVINGSTON TEAMS TO CYCLE FOR SURVIVAL

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Shown above, Livingston's Team 6AM Spinners attend the 2016 Cycle for Survival kick-off event in Times Square. Standing are Martha Ackermann, Holli Ehrlich, Len and Sandy Goodman, Pam Chirls, and Jill Neff. Kneeling are Nancy Dinar and Sarah Wozniak of Cycle for Survival. Founded by the late Jennifer Goodman Linn, a Livingston native, Cycle for Survival is an indoor team cycling event that raises funds for rare cancer research.
 
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FORMER LHS PLAYER IS HEAD COACH

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Stephanie Oliver, the head womens' basketball coach at Long Island University (LIU)-Brooklyn, is shown as she welcomes her former Livingston coaches Richard Shue and Richard Gore to the Stratis Court at the Rothman Center of Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU)-Hackensack.
 
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LHS HOSTS FENCING COMPETITION

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Livingston High School hosted the ten team District 3 Fencing Tournament on Sunday, January 31. Shown above, Lancer sabre fencer Ben Levitt maneuvers Doug Manz of Somerville High School. Levitt defeated Manz, 5-4, to advance in the competion. The girls' fencing team competed at the meet, as well.
 
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Keep Hydrants Clear

Last week in this space we wrote about "Safety After the Storm." We urged residents to clear snow away from fire hydrants near their homes so that they can be easily located and accessible in the case of an emergency. One such emergency occurred this week, when on Tuesday morning fire spread through a home on Hill Street. Thankfully, residents in the area had made sure that the two hydrants that firefighters had to use that day were cleared of snow. Unfortunately, according to Livingston fire officials, the hydrants were blocked by garbage that was at the curb ready to be picked up.
 
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School Board and Administration Discuss Budget

The Livingston Board of Education and members of the administration discussed the district's spending plan for 2016-17 at the Board's meeting on Monday, February 1. Dr. Palestis said that this was the first of five meetings during which the budget would be discussed, noting that the process will continue over the next three months.
 

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