Livingston Tribune

Thu
05
Feb
News Staff's picture

One Person can make a Difference

It is easy to sit back and say that one person can't make a difference in this huge country of ours – but if we look around we can see that this is just not so. This weekend's Cycle for Survival, co-founded in 2007 by Livingston native Jennifer Goodman Linn and her husband, Dave, raises crucial funds for research on rare cancers. Approximately 50% of people with cancer are battling a rare cancer.

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition 

Thu
05
Feb
News Staff's picture

Board Hears Plans For 170 Townhouses

A new proposal for multi-family housing behind the Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy (JKHA), opened before the Planning Board on Tuesday evening. The original hearing and Mt. Laurel settlement between the developers and the township goes back to December 2008.

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition 

Thu
05
Feb
News Staff's picture

Leonore Hornung Dies on January 29

Thu
05
Feb
News Staff's picture

Funeral Services Held For John Joseph Leslie

John Joseph Leslie, 61, of Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, formerly of Livingston, died suddenly on Friday, January 16. Mr. Leslie was an ironworker and member of the Ironworkers' Union Local 11, Newark. He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Paulette; his children, Patricia, John and Sean; his brother, Jimmy and his wife, Nancy; his sisters, Kathy (Missy) Whelan and her husband, Buz, and Patty Miller and her husband, Lee.
Thu
05
Feb
News Staff's picture

Funeral Tomorrow For Marilyn Moore

Marilyn H. Moore, 81, died on Monday, February 2. Her family will receive relatives and friends today, Thursday, February 5, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston. The Funeral Mass celebrating her life will be offered at St. Philomena’s Church, Livingston, on Friday at 10 a.m. Mrs. Moore grew up in Kearny and moved to Livingston in 1959. She was an active member of the Livingston Women’s Club. She is survived by her husband of 58 years, James; four sons: Kirk and his wife, Elizabeth; Mark and his wife, Sharon; Glenn and his wife, Kristie; and Daniel; a sister, Barbara Marsh; and three grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Livingston First Aid Squad, 62 South Livingston Avenue, Livingston, NJ 07039.
Thu
05
Feb
News Staff's picture

Norman Arons 1935-2015

Thu
29
Jan
News Staff's picture

DPW Works Hard Preparing For "Historic Storm" That Wasn't

Article Image Alt Text
Following a snowstorm late Friday into Saturday that dropped five inches of snow, the Livingston Public Works Department (DPW) then had to gear up almost immediately to prepare for what was predicted to be an "historic" storm that would drop up to two feet of snow on the township on Monday and Tuesday. But to the disappointment of no one but die-hard snow enthusiasts, the storm fizzled out with a muchdiminished impact on the state.
 
Thu
29
Jan
News Staff's picture

LANCERS HONOR VETERANS

Article Image Alt Text
The Livingston High School Athletic Department continued its “Honoring the Veterans” program with a recognition ceremony held at half-time during the recent Lady Lancer varsity basketball game against Bloomfi eld.
 
Thu
29
Jan
News Staff's picture

Lancer Ice Hockey Team Defeats Montclair To Take Over First Place in Conference

Article Image Alt Text
By Robert Towey
 
The Livingston Lancer varsity ice hockey team defeated the Montclair Mounties, 3-2, at home at Codey Arena on Friday, January 23. This win put the Lancers at 9-2-1 in the Super Essex County Conference and above 500 for the first time since the beginning of the season; a feat which head coach Dave Conklin said “means a lot… We have a very difficult non-league schedule. We are playing the best teams in the state. We have been working hard and it’s starting to pay off with some wins, which feels good.”
 
Thu
29
Jan
News Staff's picture

LANCER FENCERS

Article Image Alt Text
Livingston High School was host to the District 3 Fencing Tournament on Sunday, January 25. The tournament saw ten teams with 90 fencers competing in epee, sabre and foil events.
 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Livingston Tribune