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District News Briefs: High School Morning Traffic Bad, Clocks Slow; Parent Wellness Series Back for Second Year Beginning Oct. 6
By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFSeptember 25, 2016
SUMMIT, NJ - Saying that traffic is "extremely congested" and that the situation "is made worse due to the continued closure of the Morris Avenue Bridge and the use of Kent Place Boulevard as a detour." Summit High School (SHS) Principal Stacy Grimaldi -- in an e-mail to parents -- has asked parents to keep the following traffic-related issues in mind:
- Pull ...
CHATHAM, NJ - The overcast skies couldn't stop the bright light of awareness that shone through on Saturday when the first "Out of the Darkness" Community Walk was held behind Chatham High School.
People came from as far away as Virginia to raise more than $60,000 and remember lost friends and relatives who are no longer here because of suicide, an issue participants say needs to ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Fifteen vocalists and music directors from local houses of worship will share the stage as the Summit - New Providence Rotary presents 'Voices Up!' September 27 at the Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School Auditorium.
The concert, which begins at 7:30 p.m., will highlight the city's musical talent while benefiting the Summit-New Providence Rotary Club ...
SUMMIT, NJ - It's fair to say that there is a bit of brotherhood between the Summit High School Varsity Football team and their counterparts from Warren Hills High School -- forged through both tough, close battles on the gridiron and shared sadness and grief from tragic events that no young man -- or their communities -- should ever have to go through.
Their DNA is also ...
SUMMIT, NJ - The 20th Annual Classic Car Show, presented by the Summit Police Athletic League (PAL), will pull into Downtown Summit October 2, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
All vehicles -- stock, restored, modified, unrestored, custom and Military -- are invited to participate. Pre-registration, priced at $20 / vehicle, is open through September 30 by mailing a check, made payable to the ...
SUMMIT, NJ - You are what you eat, right?
The Connection is hosting a free two-part food and nutrition workshop beginning with 'Facts vs. Fads', October 1 from 3 - 5 p.m., followed by 'Smart Meal Planning, October 15 from 3 - 5 p.m.
In Part I, attendees will learn:
- What the terms whole foods, organic, free range, GMO, omega ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Conference leading Oak Knoll came to the Summit High School Main Gym, and the Hilltoppers Girls Volleyball team -- coming off their first win of the season -- played a strong match, going toe-to-toe with the Royals before falling 11-25, 25-22, 23-25.
In another instance of "so close, but yet so far," Summit had the match in their hands, leading 20-17 in game 3, but saw ...
Celebrity Chef Showdown Oct. 6 Heralds Arrival of Soup Kitchen 411; Event Serves as Fundraiser to Fight Hunger
SUMMIT, NJ - More than 45,000,000 Americans struggle just to put food on the table. Soup Kitchen 411, a newly-formed non-profit, is aiming to stamp out hunger because the organization and its supporters believe "the problem is 100% solvable."
Soup Kitchen 411 is a web-based portal containing a national directory of information and ...
Hundreds Expected for 'Black Lives Matter' March in Summit Sept. 25; Event Necessitates Multiple Late-Afternoon Street Closures
SUMMIT, NJ - A group of 250 or more people are expected to participate in a 'Black Lives Matter' march down Springfield Avenue September 25. The event, a joint effort between the Unitarian Church in Summit and Fountain Baptist Church, begins at Christ Church, located at 561 Springfield Avenue, and culminates with a related banner-raising event at the ...
Another Brace From Reyes Helps Summit H.S. Boys Soccer Drop Jonathan Dayton 3-1 for Fifth Straight Victory
SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit High School Boys Varsity Soccer Team opened their season in less-than-glorious style, dropping their first two matches and scoring just a single goal.
The not-so-sparkling start was -- and their subsequent response is -- reminiscent of the nascent part of the Hilltoppers 2015 campaign when, after winning their first two matches, they had an ...