SUMMIT, NJ - Beginning Oct. 1, the Springfield Avenue entrance to the tiered parking garage will be closed through March 2015 as part of the 466 Springfield Ave. construction project. Residents are asked to use Maple Street to enter, and Springfield Avenue to exit the garage.
Tier Garage Entrance on Springfield Avenue Closed Beginning Oct. 1
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By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFOctober 23, 2016
Summit Mayor Nora Radest stopped by the Transfer Station, visiting the Summit Free Market and offering her thanks to the Summit High School student volunteers who run the seasonal event.
The popular initiative sees residents bring reusable, yard-sale quality items to share, and take whatever they may want or need at no charge.
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SUMMIT, NJ - Summit-based HomeTowne Television (HTTV) will honor three individuals -- Mark S. Hobee, Bonnie J. Monte, and Todd Schmidt -- each of whom has made it their life's work to develop a thriving performing arts industry in New Jersey, while also giving back to their communities at large. The trio will be feted at HTTV's Annual Gala, which will be ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Wei Luo, a 17-year old award-winning pianist, will be the next talented musician to grace the St. John’s Summit Concert Series (SJSCS) stage when she performs November 5, at 7 p.m.
Born in China, she began piano lessons at age five and gave her debut recital in Hong Kong at age six. In 2010, the then 11 year-old made her orchestral debut, ...
City of Summit News Briefs: Construction to Affect Lot 1, Flu Shots Offered, Drought Watch Brings Call for Water Conservation
SUMMIT, NJ - Construction at the entrance of Park and Shop Lot 1 on Deforest Avenue between Maple Street and Woodland Avenue will take place October 24 and 25 from 8 a.m to 8 p.m. Access to the entrance and exit of the lot may be impacted, but the lot will remaining open during construction with the Summit Police on site to assist with vehicle ingress and egress.
SUMMIT, NJ - The Right Reverend J. Neil Alexander will join Calvary Church October 30, preaching at all morning services, and speaking on his Call to the Episcopacy and Teaching at the adult forum at 9:30 a.m.
Alexander is currently Dean of the School of Theology at Sewanee, The University of the South. He is also professor of liturgy and the Charles Todd ...
Miracle on Route 22: Last-Minute Touchdown Caps 21-Point Fourth Quarter Comeback as Summit H.S. Football Stuns North Plainfield, 46-42
"I Don't Believe... What I Just Saw!"
Hall of Fame Announcer Jack Buck, calling Kirk Gibson's two-out, pinch-hit, game-winning two-run home run off of Dennis Eckersley in Game One of the 1988 World Series
NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - Sophomore quarterback Skyler Schluter's 19-yard touchdown pass to junior wideout Stephen Sajer with 34.2 seconds left in the game ...
SUMMIT, NJ - The City of Summit’s Family Aquatic Center has once again been recognized by the World Waterpark Association with their 'Wave Review Award for Excellence in Promotion'. This year’s award, presented to a facility with fewer than 100,000 visitors, was for the City’s promotional work on the "World’s Largest Swim Lesson."
City of Summit Receives $57,000 in Union County Matching Grants for Youth Sports, 'Greening' Initiatives
ELIZABETH, NJ - The City of Summit has been awarded two Union County matching grants totaling $57,000, funding that is provided by the Union County Open Space, Recreation, and Historic Preservation Trust Fund.
Summit is one of 19 municipalities to receive grants designated for upgrades to playgrounds and youth athletic facilities through the Kids Recreation Trust Fund, and one of 14 ...
Summit H.S. Girls Volleyball Flying After Second Consecutive Win, Two-Game Sweep of Roselle Catholic
SUMMIT, NJ - Coming off a heart-stopping three-game victory against Oak Knoll -- the program's first in six seasons versus their Hilltop City neighbors -- that saw them grab the deciding game 28-26, the Summit High School Girls Varsity Volleyball team delivered their second powerful statement win in a row, this time a two-game sweep of Roselle Catholic, 25-12, 25-18 at the Main Gym.
Year-Two PARCC Scores Show Summit Students Far Exceeding State and Consortium Peers; Donna Schneider Leaves Assistant Business Administrator Post
SUMMIT, NJ—Summit students once again are excelling over many of their peers in New Jersey and those in at least 11 states who are members of the consortium that sponsors the Partnership For Assessment Of Readiness For College And Careers (PARCC).
The standardized testing tool is administered to students in the third through 11th grades across the Garden State and in other ...