Livingston Tribune

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A change in Policy

Over the years, the Tribune has been criticized for reporting information about homes that have been entered by burglars. We have always taken these criticisms to heart and discussed what we should do. We have always thought that this information was important to put in a community newspaper. The police have agreed, noting that they cannot be everywhere at once and neighbors are the best defense they have against break-ins. People who live in a neighborhood know what is normal for that area and what is out of the ordinary. If they know that the thieves are active in their section of town, they will, hopefully, keep an eye out and report anything that seems untoward.

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Carol Marlene Bruskin

Funeral services for Carol Marlene Bruskin, 83, were held Tuesday, December 9 at Bernheim-Apter- Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel in Livingston. Mrs. Bruskin, who died December 7, was born in Jersey City and lived in Livingston for many years. She was a doctor of psychology and worked at the Matheny School in Peapack. Dr. Bruskin, who also maintained a private practice, was a member of the Garden State Yacht Club in Hopatcong. Predeceased by her husband, Lester in 2011, Dr. Bruskin is survived by her sons, Michael and his wife, Deborah Fay of West Orange, Robert of Newark, Delaware, and Richard and his wife, Stephanie of Succasunna; fi ve grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The family has suggested that memorial contributions be made to the Zoological Society of New Jersey, 560 Northfi eld Avenue, West Orange, NJ 07052.

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Carmella (Cea) Mercurio

Carmella (Cea) Mercurio, 99, died at her residence in Livingston on Sunday, December 7. Her family will receive friends at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston today, Thursday, December 11, from 4 to 8 p.m. The blessing service will be held tomorrow, Friday, December 12, at 11 a.m. at Gate of Heaven Chapel Mausoleum in East Hanover. Born in the Bronx, she lived in Brooklyn before moving to Livingston 15 years ago. Carmella was predeceased by her husband, Pasquale, in 1959. She is survived by her sons, Paul and his wife, Rosalind; Carl and his wife, Renee; and Steven and his wife, Dorothy. She is also survived by nine grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

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The Chilling Story of Frankenstein

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The Chilling Story of Frankenstein takes the stage at livingston High school this weekend on thursday, Friday and saturday evenings at 7 p.m. victor Frankenstein, an eccentric scientist, and his wealthy family from geneva are encouraged to seek a greater understanding of the world through science.
 
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Almost Ready Despite The Early Snow

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The Camuso Holiday Display is being set up and the opening ceremony has been scheduled for December 6 from 7 to 9 p.m.; however, the weather forecast is not good and a rain date of December 7 has been set.
 
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The Livingston PBA

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The Livingston PBA is holding a Holiday toy Drive from now through December 22. all toys will go to children staying in saint Barnabas over the holidays and other local children in need.
 
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Livingston Runners Compete in Ashenfelter 8K

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While many were still asleep or preparing for a Thanksgiving meal, members of the Livingston Track Club ventured to Glen Ridge, in what is becoming an annual tradition. They were all there to compete or support those competing in the Ashenfelter 8K Classic.
 
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ANNUAL TURKEY BOWL

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Approximately 40 children from fourth through seventh grade met in the snow at the Oval last week to play in their annual Turkey Bowl football game. This year, the players donated canned foods to CHOW (the Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse).
 
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Police Are Investigating Multiple Burglaries; Recommend Steps to Prevent Break-Ins

The Livingston Police Department has asked for residents’ assistance. Over the past month, there have been several daytime burglaries on West McClellan Avenue, Riker Hill Road, Irving Avenue, Congressional Parkway, Washington Court and the most recent one at 6 Tuscan Road.
 
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Saint Barnabas Presents Plans For $210 Million Building Addition

Plans for a 269,982 square foot, $210 million addition to Saint Barnabas Medical Center were presented to the Livingston Planning Board on Tuesday evening, December 2. Attorney Peter Carton represented Saint Barnabas. The hospital's president and chief executive offi cer, Dr. Jack Bonamo and architect Kelly Miller provided testimony at the hearing.
 

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