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LHS Boys' Varsity Soccer Loses to Montclair; Ties with Newark Academy and Seton Hall Prep

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In recent action, the Livingston High School boys' varsity soccer team posted ties with Newark Academy and Seton Hall Prep, and lost to Montclair. The Lancers traveled to Newark Academy last week and got out to a quick start on a goal by senior Alex Sugarman. Fellow senior Dan Kaltman took a corner kick which Jack Wasserman flicked into the box.
 
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School Bus Driver Arrested with Weapon

A 47 year old Paterson man, employed by the Livingston Board of Education as a school bus driver, was arrested on Thursday, October 2, as the result of an apparent road rage incident the previous day. The victim, a 39 year old man from Sussex County, was driving on North Livingston Avenue when he became embroiled in a dispute with the driver of a 2004 Infiniti SUV.
 
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Council Takes First Steps Toward New Turf Field

Livingston teams may soon have a new turf field on which to play. The Township Council took the first steps on Monday evening toward the installation of a new field with a synthetic surface on the open space property to the rear of St. Philomena Church. Livingston mayor Dr. Michael Rieber announced that the township has received a letter of commitment from Saint Barnabas Medical Center to fund the construction of the field.
 
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Funeral Services For Carole Restaino

Carole J. Restaino of Livingston died Saturday, October 4, in Saint Barnabas Medical Center. Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 7, in the Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel of Livingston. Born in Newark, Mrs. Restaino lived in Union before moving to Livingston in 1981. For many years, she had been a dental assistant in the Belleville office of her late husband, Dr. Robert M. Restaino, D.D.S. Predeceased by her husband of 37 years, Mrs. Restaino leaves her children, Donna Restaino Levey and her husband, Yale Levey; and Dr. Robert Restaino, Jr., and his wife, Fallon; and four grand-children. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Jude Children's Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105.
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Fire Prevention Week

Fire Prevention Week was established to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire, the 1871 confl agration that killed more than 250 people, left 100,000 homeless, destroyed more than 17,400 structures and burned more than 2,000 acres.
 
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GIRLS WIN TWO

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Lancer Tory Belcuore, #4, passes to Annie Werner, #8, during a breakaway against Millburn. The Lancers defeated the Millers, 3-1.
 
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Fire Department Extricates Victim from Vehicle, Investigates Alarms from Smoke, Power Outages

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The Livingston Fire Department responded to a three-vehicle accident at 635 West Mt. Pleasant Avenue on Friday, September 26. A Buick LeSabre, driven by Antonio Antoniello, 92, of East Hanover, struck a tractor-trailer, which was attempting to pull off to the east-bound shoulder of Old West Mt. Pleasant Avenue. The rear of the trailer pivoted into the lane of traffic, where it collided with a Buick Enclave, driven by Dianne Orangeo, 54, of Florham Park.
 
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School Superintendent Announces Ending of Mid-Term Exams at LHS

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The September 29 meeting of the Board of Education began with short stories told by Harrison School Students. Fourth graders Manya Sur and Ariana Batista, and fifth graders Matthew Hostetler, Athena Thai and Jean Paul Monter Nores were invited by teacher Lynn Sorrentino to share stories they had told as third graders during an annual storytelling program. The children demonstrated both the art of storytelling and confidence in public speaking.
 
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Private Services For Kenneth Schweiger

Kenneth E. Schweiger, 90, of Whippany, formerly of Livingston, died on Monday, September 22. Services were private. Born in Brooklyn, he served in the US Navy during World War II. He later became a member of the Whippany Veterans of Foreign Wars, serving as a Post Commander. After attending Princeton, Mr. Schweiger later became director of industrial relations for the National Association of Manufacturers. He later served in the same capacity with Singer Corporation and finally for his own firm, Management Consultants. Predeceased by his wife, Marguerite (Lea), Mr. Schweiger is survived by his daughters: Janet Kerr and her husband, Thomas; Dorothy Sobieski and her husband, Kenneth; Lea Bumber and her husband, Edward; and Carol Thompson. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. The family has suggested that memorial contributions be made to the Wounded Warriors Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, Kansas 66675.
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LHS Girls' Volleyball Team Event Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

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When it comes to high school girls' volleyball, the Mount Saint Dominic Lions and the Livingston Lancers are fierce competitors on the court. Off the court, however, they are teaming up to support the Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization and breast cancer awareness with their Pink Event. The fund-raiser will held on Saturday, October 11, in the Livingston High School gym. All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure in North New Jersey Foundation.
 

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