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By TAPINTO.NET STAFFAugust 25, 2016
UNION COUNTY, NJ – Five Summit-based organizations have received 2016 Union County HEART (History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands) grants, through a program that recognizes the importance of culture and the arts for economic development and quality of life.
The initiative was established by the Union County Freeholder Board in 1998 to support programming that connects Union ...
SUMMIT, NJ - As part of "Welcome Week," the mission of which is to inspire people to build inclusive communities that embrace immigrants and foster opportunity for all, a free screening and post-film discussion of I Learn America will be hosted by the Summit Area YMCA and The Film Society of Summit September 16, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Directed by Jean- Michel Dissard ...
Future Hilltoppers to Train with Summit H.S. Varsity Coaches, Players at Boys Soccer Camp Aug. 29-31
SUMMIT, NJ - Boys in grades 3 - 8 will take to the pitch under the supervision of Summit High School Boys Varsity Soccer Head Coach Ashley Sularz and his staff when the Hilltopper boys soccer camp kicks off August 29 - 31 at Wilson Field.
Limited space remains for the program, which will feature members of the The Maroon & White Varsity Soccer Team. Each ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Neighbors and friends, Summit's Helene Hulse and Catherine Lyness had a dilemma. They wanted to go to a movie during the day when their kids were at school, but the local movie theater did not open until the evening and the 'big theaters' along Routes 10 and 22 opened too late to catch the flick and make it back to the Hilltop City for the traditional 3 p.m.
SUMMIT, NJ - One of myriad camp offerings at the Summit Area YMCA this summer, the innovative Leaders in Training (LIT) program provides rising 9th graders, ages 14 - 16, an opportunity to obtain the tools they need to enter the working world and become leaders in their community.
Teens are provided with weekly leadership and job professionalism ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Thirty boys and girls, ages 11 - 14, comprised the 2016 Summit Police Department's Youth Academy graduating class, emerging from a program that, in its 12th year, is designed to provide area youth with the opportunity to gain an understanding of the role of the police officer.
The cadets were celebrated in a ceremony attended by family members, Summit Mayor Nora ...
HUNTER, NY — Marcie Yates, 56, of Westfield fell to her death while hiking in the Catskills Friday, according to according a report in the Register-Star.
Yates was hiking with two others along a narrow trail when she fell 100 feet off a ravine near Kaaterskill Creek August 19 at about 5:45 p.m., according to the publication. The article says that Yates was pronounced dead at the ...
After Latest Executive Order from Governor Christie, City of Summit Officials Await Updated Bridge Construction Status
SUMMIT, NJ - In the wake of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announcing the enactment of Executive Order 213 -- under which the state Treasurer "is directed to make available general funds for expenses determined to be absolutely essential for the protection of the health, safety, and welfare of the people of the State of New Jersey, or that are required to ensure the ...
Registration Open for Summit Basketball Club Tryouts; Summit H.S. Hoops Head Coaches Lead Girls, Boys Prep Program Launching Sept. 21
SUMMIT, NJ - Registration is open for for the Summit Basketball Club Travel Basketball Program through October 1, with tryouts slated for to-be-determined dates in October.
Travel teams are offered to Summit boys and girls who will be in grades 4 through 8 during the 2016-17 season. All registrants are required to pay a $105 registration deposit. If selected to a travel team, that ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Three new installations featuring abstract sculpture, assemblage and metal will debut at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey September 25, from 2 - 4 p.m. with a free opening reception and art afternoon featuring artist talks at 3:30 pm.
The Art Center will also host a special 'Sculpture Day' October 16 at 2 p.m., free for Art Center members, with families ...