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By TAP INTO CHATHAM STAFFJuly 29, 2016
CHATHAM, NJ - Detailed artist renderings of two of the three suspects from Thursday's armed robbery at Crescent Jewelers in Chatham were released by authorities on Friday.
Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp and Chatham Borough Police Chief Philip J.Crosson, Jr. confirm that an armed robbery occurred Thursday morning at Crescent Jewelers, located at 251 Main Street in ...
Summit's Samantha Pearson Part of Oak Knoll Student Group Teaching Vacation Bible School on Minnesota Native American Reservation
SUMMIT, NJ - Summit's Samantha Pearson, a recent Class of 2016 Oak Knoll graduate, was part of a group of five Oak Knoll students who recently gained rare insight into Native American culture while participating in a summer service trip to Red Lake Nation in Minnesota.
Pearson and Lindley Hall ’18, of New Providence; Asher Marie Coates ’18, of New Providence; Valerie ...
SUMMIT, NJ - The Christ Child Society of Summit and Bridges Outreach are again partnering to provide 600 Summit students eligible for free or reduced price lunches with a new backpack and school supplies.
“We want every child to arrive at school with all the supplies they need, just like their peers, and with the knowledge that people care and want them to succeed,” said ...
Summit Gets to Celebrate Briefly for 'Parklet' Opening, but Mother Nature Rains on City’s '19th Hole' Party
SUMMIT, NJ - Thursday evening in downtown Summit was to be a two-tiered celebration—the official ribbon cutting for the "Parklet" in front of Batavia Cafe and Tito’s Burritos and Wings, and a “Party at the 19th Hole” on Beechwood Road, to mark the Hilltop City's role in support of the PGA Championship Golf Tournament, held July ...
CHATHAM, NJ - Three armed black males robbed Crescent Jewelers at gunpoint on Main Street in Chatham just before noon on Thursday, making an escape in a gray or silver Jeep Cherokee, according to Chatham Borough Police.
"They put a gun to my head, duct-taped me and robbed," Jillian Prisco, one of the proprietors, said. "I was the only person there. I was only open ...
SUMMIT, NJ - The Art Center has opened up an extra week of Art Camp -- "Creative Exploration Intensive" -- for kids 5-15 focused on individualized creative exploration. The innovative week will focus on the creative cycle, emphasizing how each child can do creative, investigative work at home and school.
Children and teens of all skill levels will explore, create and ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Atlantic Health System has named Lawrence Harrison, MD to the Atlantic Medical Group staff of the Carol G. Simon Cancer Centers at both Morristown Medical Center and Overlook Medical Center in Summit. Dr. Harrison is a fellowship-trained surgical oncologist who will serve as chief of a new Atlantic Medical Group specialty practice, Atlantic Surgical Oncology.
He joins ...
Residents, Non-Profits Come Out En Masse as Summit's 'Community Night' Showcases Best of Hilltop City
SUMMIT, NJ - Children in firefighter hats sprinted past the concert stage. Volunteers at information booths danced to a rendition of Uptown Funk. Spirited young boys faced off against a member of the local wrestling club.
These Summit residents joined an estimated 1,500 others at the Village Green July 26 to celebrate “Community Night” as part of the town’s ...
Summit Council Approves Park Line Agreement with State; Mayor Radest, Naidu Question Timing of Approval, Details of Pact
SUMMIT, NJ—The Summit Common Council, at its second July meeting, approved an agreement with the New Jersey Department of Transportation (DOT) granting a license to the city for a 1.2-mile stretch of land along a former railroad right-of-way to be used for the Summit Park Line greenway.
According to First Ward Councilman Robert Rubino, who has spearheaded the project on the ...
SUMMIT, NJ - The first Hilltopper Girls Soccer Camp, led by Summit High School Girls Varsity Soccer Head Coach Gary Healey met all its objectives, according to the Maroon & White's man at the helm.
According to Healey the camp, that featured a staff which included new varsity assistant Matt Carder and varsity players Leila Esposito, Mary Nelson, Carly Space and Anna ...