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Hardwood Foes for a Night, Friends for a Lifetime, Summit High Girls Basketball and Hanover Park Partner to Honor Kyle Kirst Jan. 21
By GREG ELLIOTTJanuary 20, 2017
SUMMIT, NJ - Kyle Kirst, in his life and coaching career, touched countless lives -- leaving an unforgettably positive impression on all whom he met, mentored and entertained with his boundless enthusiasm, infectious energy and omnipresent positivity,
Known in the Hilltop City primarily for his long-standing service as Assistant Coach of the Summit High School Lacrosse Team, Kirst was ...
Secondary Education Director Donna D'Acunto Will Not Return from Maternity/Family Leave, Departs Summit School District
SUMMIT, NJ - Summit Public Schools Director of Secondary Education Donna D'Acunto has tendered her resignation and will not be returning from maternity / family leave. D'Acunto was named to the newly-created post in June of 2016, when the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction role was split into two positions.
According to Superintendent of Schools June ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Time to locate and polish up those dancing shoes, Hilltop City, as the 45th Annual Summit High School Big Band Dance will take place at The Grand Summit Hotel on February 3, beginning at 7 p.m.
Presented as a fundraiser by the Summit Music Parents Association, the annual soirée features a cash bar, buffet dinner, and some amazing music from Band Director Alex Bocchino ...
Golfing legend Juan Antonio 'Chi-Chi' Rodriguez stands in the fairway with the Summit resident who was the winning bidder for the auction item -- a day on the links with Rodriguez -- which benefited Franklin Elementary School's community mosaic mural project.
The twosome played at Bear Lakes Country Club in West Palm Beach and then had lunch together. 'Chi ...
SUMMIT, NJ - The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, beginning January 19, will debut a site-specific art installation responding to the space in the Art Center’s main stairwell entitled 'Stair-Gazing: Rhia Hurt', featuring colorful, organic shapes that can be considered both paintings and sculpture.
Defying the conventional rectangular canvas, Hurt takes her inspiration from ...
Winter Track and Field Standouts Claudia Piron and Griffin Feeney Earn Summit High School Athlete of The Week Honors
SUMMIT, NJ - Claudia Piron and Griffin Feeney, members of the Hilltopper Girls and Boys Winter Track and Field Team, respectively, have been selected as Summit High School Athletes of the Week, presented by TAP into Summit, for the week ending January 14.
Each week throughout the school athletic year, an athlete or athletes will be honored for distinguishing themselves ...
Pedestrian Safety, Transit Access in Spotlight as Summit Council Approves NJDOT-Related Grant Applications; Mayor Says Morris Ave. Bridge Project Likely to Stretch Into 2018
SUMMIT, NJ - Improved pedestrian access from the Village Green to and from the Summit Train Station, and safety measures on streets and other facilities in the vicinity of the station, are targets of two New Jersey Department of Transportation grants the City will be applying for, in light of two resolutions approved at the first Summit Common Council regular meeting of ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Celebrating of the life and legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Summit Area YMCA offered myriad opportunities for the community to join together in a day of service on January 16, enabling Summit residents and their neighbors to give back to those in need and to learn more about diversity and inclusion.
Demonstrating the very core values that ...
SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Area Public Foundation (SAPF) has awared a $25,000 grant to Employment Horizons, a non-profit agency providing employment, training and job placement services to persons with disabilities and other disadvantages in the greater Morris County area.
The grant award will support the Employment Horizons' Career Development Services division in assisting ...
Pain in the Paint: Missed Shots Around Basket Cost Summit High Girls Basketball in 39-31 Loss to AL Johnson
SUMMIT, NJ - If the time-tested proverb that states "Where there's a will there's a way'" is applied to the Summit High School Girls Varsity Basketball Team, it is only a matter of time before the squad's negative trend -- they've lost seven of their past eight games -- will cease and better days will follow.
The 'will' part is there. Commitment, energy, ...