SUMMIT, NJ - Thanks to the efforts of one talented artist and the catalytic effort of their PTO Garden Chair, Brayton Elementary School has a new sundial.
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By LOIS SCHNEIDER REALTORDecember 7, 2016
SUMMIT, NJ - Lois Schnieder Realtor and its agents partnered with The Valerie Fund, raising more than $4,500 to support children in the area with cancer and blood disorders. The Valerie Fund provides important health care services to over 6,000 children with cancer and blood disorders at seven centers in North, South and Central New Jersey.
Realtors Winnie Cavazini, Roey ...
SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Common Council, at its first meeting in December, voted to accept the final report of Level G Associates, which evaluated operation of the City’s parking agency, its finances and suggestions for meeting the Hilltop City’s future parking needs.
Chief among the report’s recommendations, as explained by Gerard Giosa, president of Level G, ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Maddie Gaeta, Megan Abate and Margaret Robb, three standout members of the Summit High School Field Hockey Team, are the recipients of numerous Conference, County, and State recognition.
Goalie Gaeta was a human save machine for The Maroon & White, and was selected First Team, All-State Group 3, First Team All-Conference, and Second Team All-Union County.
Abate earned First ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Former longtime Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School language arts teacher, Deborah Schwarzmann, and Summit resident and SPP Capital Partners Founder and Managing Partner, Stefan Shaffer, are among four individuals recently named to the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey's Board of Trustees.
The 2013 Union County Teacher of the Year, Schwarzmann taught at LCJSMS for more than ...
Mayors Forum on Diversity Hosts 'Summit Stands Together' Unity Rally Dec. 11; Group Will March to Village Green in Support of Social Justice, Equality and Discrimination-Free Community
SUMMIT, NJ - Social justice, equality and a community free of discrimination will be the foundational themes of a 'Unity Rally' entitled "Summit Stands Together," which will be hosted by The Mayors Forum on Diversity December 11 at 4 p.m.
The organizers are inviting citizens to participate in a brief march, beginning at Promenade Park and concluding at the Village Green, ...
He had to go overtime to do it -- five days to be exact -- but Steve Bowman eventually won his Ward II Summit Common Council race by a slim, nine-vote margin over Greg Vartan, after mail-in and Provisional Ballots were tabulated.
Bowman thanked his supporters at an event held at the Elks Club, where entertainment was provided by Roses In Stereo.
Among the 200 guests who ...
SUMMIT, NJ - The Hilltop City's law enforcement agency will join The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration's 'Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over' initiative, a national program first launched nationally in 1999 that works to combat drunk driving during the holiday season, one of the busiest travel times of the year.
The Summit Police Department will, beginning on ...
SUMMIT, NJ - A half-dozen members of the Summit High School Boys Varsity Soccer team have been honored post-season, with Jafeth Reyes, captain Michael Greenstein, Delmer Argenal, Andres Chacon, Aidan Lines and James Ford all earning accolades.
Uber-talisman Reyes was named First Team, All-Conference, Mountain Division, along with Argenal, Chacon, and Greenstein. Reyes was also named First ...
Central Presbyterian Church in Summit Partners with Nomi Network to Combat Human Trafficking; Humanitarian Group Representatives to Speak at CPC Dec. 11
SUMMIT, NJ- Nomi Network, a non-profit organization that creates economic opportunities for women who are vulnerable to, or victims of, human trafficking in India and Cambodia, will be the featured speakers at Summit's Central Presbyterian Church at the 10 a.m. Service and 11 a.m. Fellowship Hour on December 11.
Naomi Network Co-Founder and COO, Alissa Moore-Williams, and Summit native -- ...
Summit H.S. Volleyballers Casey Nardino, Jocelyn Mendez, Val Guzman, and Gabby Mejia Earn Post-Season Accolades
SUMMIT, NJ - A quartet of Summit High School Girls Volleyball team members -- Casey Nardino, Jocelyn Mendez, Val Guzman, and Gabby Mejia -- have earned post-season honors.
Nardino was named a Mountain Division All-Star, with Guzman, Mejia, and Mendez selected as Mountain Division Honorable Mention.
in addition, Guzman was tabbed for the All-County Third Team.
Under the guidance ...