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 STAFFAugust 31, 2016
SUMMIT, NJ - Downtown Summit employees can now obtain and renew annual parking permits online beginning Sept. 1. Parking permits are required by the City of Summit for all employees to park in municipal parking lots and garages.
The new 'virtual permit' system is managed by license plate recognition, with no physical permit to place on a vehicle, and can be accessed by visiting ...
CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Board of Education discussed possible action it could take at its regular meeting on Monday night to prevent a "renegade" men's soccer league from playing games at Haas and Cougar fields on Sunday mornings.
According to board president Jill Critchley Weber, a men's soccer league has been playing games at Haas and Cougar fields during ...
SUMMIT, NJ - David French was diagnosed with cancer in 2000, and today is cancer free. The England-born French's artwork now gives a visual impact to the themes of recovery and healing via Numerators, an exhibition of paintings currently on view in the Bouras Gallery at Overlook Medical Center through November 10.
The subject matter has been a constant interest to the artist ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Home for Good Dog Rescue will host its Sixth Annual “Bark-a-Que,” a celebration of the 4,500 dogs the non-profit organization has rescued since its inception, September 10 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Summit's Village Green.
The event, which is open to the public, features food and merchandise vendors, family activities, dog contests ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Christine Todd Whitman, who served as New Jersey's 50th Governor from 1994 - 2001, will speak September 16 in Lile Hall at Summit's Christ Church. Whitman will discuss her book It’s My Party, Too: The Battle for the Heart of the GOP and the Future of America.
The event, a Book Review Breakfast sponsored by the Summit College ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Selections from legendary reggae artists such as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Toots and the Maytails, and Sublime, will fill the late summer air at Reeves-Reed Arboretum hosts a return performance of the MASSIVE Reggae Band September 14.
The show, which marks the the final 'Sounds of a Summer Night' concert for 2016, begins at 7 p.m., with the gates to the ...
UNION COUNTY, NJ - Residents are invited to honor the memory of the Union County residents who lost their lives in the September 11, 2001, terror attacks by visiting the Union County September 11th Memorial on the 15th anniversary of the tragedy. The Memorial is located near the Springfield Avenue entrance of Echo Lake Park on the border of Mountainside and Springfield.
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SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Family Aquatic Center (SFAC) will be the site of the final outdoor movie night of the season when the Disney / Pixar film Brave screens August 29. The SFAC gates will open to the general public beginning at 6 p.m., welcoming movie-goers to swim prior to the film's beginning at 7 p.m.
Brave is the story of Merida, an impulsive young lady and daughter to ...
Equity at Stake: 'Shark Tank-Middle School Edition' Gives Young Entrepreneurs Skills to be Pitch Perfect
SUMMIT, NJ - Middle school teens won't have to deal with the prickly 'Mr. Wonderful' Kevin O'Leary but -- starting this fall -- they will get to experience a sampling of the entrepreneurial process as "Shark Tank - Middle School Edition" comes to the Summit Area YMCA.
The program is loosely modeled after the ABC-TV reality series Shark Tank which, ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Summit High School -- ranked 38th in 2014 -- has jumped 20 places to rank 18th in New Jersey Monthly's list of the state's Top Public High Schools, as noted in the magazine's September issue.
A total of 337 public schools were ranked, including seven charter schools, with schools lacking sufficient data excluded.
New Jersey Monthly uses New ...