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Offer Mass Today For Harold Jordhoy Jr.

Harold "Brandt" Jordhoy Jr. died at the age of 66 on April 24 at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick. A Mass will be held today, Thursday, April 30, at St. Therese R.C. Church in Succasunna, where he was a parishioner. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Mr. Jordhoy was raised in Livingston and resided in The Woodlands, Texas for 20 years before moving to Mine Hill. Prior to his retirement in 2012, he had been a computer information technician at Exxon Mobin in Houston, Texas. Mr. Jordhoy is survived by his wife, Linda; his daughter, Kara of Hoboken; his mother, Dorothy Jordhoy of Basking Ridge; and his sister, Judith Battista.
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23
Apr
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Lady Lancer Girls' Track And Field Team Undefeated at Super Essex Conference Meet

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In addition to the Morris Hills Relays on Saturday, April 18, the Livingston High School (LHS) girls' track and field team defeated Columbia High School and Mount Saint Dominic last Tuesday at Underhill Field in Maplewood. While Mount Saint Dominic’s small squad would be "overrun," by the two larger teams, it was predicted that the contest between Columbia and Livingston would depend on every performance from every runner, thrower and jumper on each of the teams.
 
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Earth Day – Every Day

Yesterday was the 45th annual Earth Day. In 1970, when the fi rst Earth Day was founded by Gaylord Nelson, then a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, America was described as "slurping leaded gas through massive V8 sedans; industry belched out smoke and sludge with little fear of legal consequences or bad press; and air pollution was commonly accepted as the smell of prosperity. 'Environment' was a word that appeared more often in spelling bees than on the evening news."
 
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LSO to Feature Young Violinist

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Selected from among 20 young New Jersey musicians in the Livingston Symphony Orchestra (LSO) 2015 Young Artist Competition, Elizabeth Hendy of Berkeley Heights will appear with the LSO and guest conductor Anthony LaGrauth for the “Russian to the Finnish” concert on Saturday, May 2. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Livingston High School auditorium.
 
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Firefighters Respond to House Fires; Fatality Reported in East Cedar Blaze

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Livingston's volunteer firefighters responded to two house fires over the past week, one involving a fatality and another sending the homeowner to the hospital for smoke inhalation. 
 
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Intergenerational Prom Celebrates Both the Young and Young at Heart

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Senior citizens were treated to a very senior, senior prom at the Intergenerational Prom on Wednesday, April 15. Even the 90-somethings dancing with walkers, seemed forever young at the prom, which was held in the brightly decorated Livingston High School (LHS) cafeteria,
 
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High School Baseball Team Plays Five Games

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by Bob Towey
 
The Livingston Lancer varsity baseball team played five games in six days this week, defeating Nutley High School away, 5-4, on Monday, April 13; losing to Randolph High School, away, 7-3; on Tuesday, April 14; losing to Seton Hall Prep at home, 12-2, on Wednesday, April 14; defeating Montclair High School, away, 4-1, on Friday, April 17; and losing to Montville High School, 13-12, away, on Saturday, April 18.
 
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Planning Board Hears Suggestions From Public on Master Plan Review

The Planning Board held an open forum conference meeting in the Town Hall on Tuesday evening. This meeting was held for the public to provide opinions, suggestions, and recommendations to the Board as it prepares to re-examine the Township’s Master Plan. The most recent Master Plan was published in 2007 and the Planning Board is now starting its required re-examination to publish an updated plan in 2017.
 
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Lucy Ting Dies In Pennsylvania

Lucy S. Ting, 93, of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania died April 16 at Phoenixville Hospital. Born near Suzhou, China, she left China in 1948 to pursue graduate study in economics at Montana State College in Bozeman, Montana. There, she married Andrew P. Ting, to whom she was married for 55 years until his death in 2003. Mrs. Ting had been a long-time resident of Livingston before moving to and Allentown, Pennsylvania. While living in New Jersey, she had a career with the NJ Department of Transportation. She is survived by two sons, Harold of Berwyn, Pennsylvania and Ernest of Oakland, California; and five grandchildren.
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Boys' Tennis Team Wins Five of Six Matches

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The Livingston High School boys' tennis team won five of its six matches in the past week’s play. Livingston has a 7 and 1 record, 3-0 in the Super Essex Conference. In addition, the team will be host to the 11th annual “Lancer Tennis Showdown” Tournament, which will be held this Saturday, April 18, at the Memorial Park Tennis Courts from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The courts will be closed to the public during this time.
 

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