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Dear Democrats: The Road Less Traveled Needs Paving

September 22, 2016

Dear Democrats: The Road Less Traveled Needs Paving
 
On November 8th, many voters entering the voting booth will be checking the box for who they dislike the least. Sadly, our political culture is now defined more by what we oppose. This election will mark the end of a unique, if not historic campaign season punctuated by demagoguery and hate filled speeches by one candidate, and the ...

Summit Police Blotter

September 14, 2016

8/22 - At 2051 hours a report was taken for a theft from a residence on Orchard Street. Taken sometime between 0830 hours and 1930 hours were a silver/black Apple MacBook Pro Laptop, a Western Digital 2TB external hard drive and a pair of Beats by Dr. Dre Headphones. It was unknown how the actor(s) entered the residence. Total value of the missing items is approximately $1900.00.

8/23 - ...

American Red Cross Blood Drive Oct. 14

September 24, 2016

The Presbyterian Church at New Providence, located at 1307 Springfield Avenue, is hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive, Friday October 14, from 2:30 -7:30 p.m.

DID YOU KNOW?

One pint of blood can save up to three lives.
Someone needs blood every two seconds.
38 percent of the U.S. population is eligible to donate blood but less than 10 ...

Dietze: Proud to Be Part of Summit Team Committed to Ensuring Best Possible Education

Point View Wealth Management's Founder, President and Chief Investment Strategist, David Dietze, who also serves as the current President of the Summit Board of Education, poses with fellow Board Members and Administrators.

 

"I am delighted to work with my fellow Board members and Administrative officials to ensure that the Summit Public School District ...

You’re Only as Old as You Dress

“Do you think this is too young for me?” asked a voice from behind me. I turned from the dressing room door where my teenage daughter was trying on clothes.

The “this” in question was a super-clingy, lycra mini dress in a black and purple animal print.

The “me” who was asking, was a 40-something year-old mom.

I was, quite literally, at a loss for ...

Markets Hit Record Highs: Three Opportunities

In August, for the first time since 1999, all three major indices, the Dow, S&P, and the Nasdaq, hit a record high on the same day. It doesn’t feel like 1999. Today, investors fret about weak earnings growth, Brexit, the implications of negative interest rates cloaking much of the globe, and a volatile presidential campaign.

Yet, the market continues to grind higher, admittedly ...

Ain't That Grand?

Your Hometown Home for the Holidays

Synonymous with tradition and the classic look and feel of the holiday season, The Grand Summit Hotel has been a part of local residents and their family’s holidays for more than 150 years.

The hotel will begin preparing for Thanksgiving soon, long considered one of its most iconic holiday events. While New York’s annual tree lighting takes place a couple of days into December, the ...

JCP&L Continues Tree Trimming to Enhance System Reliability

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) forestry contractors are scheduled to trim trees in more than 60 municipalities over the next two months as part of the company’s ongoing efforts to maintain proper clearances around electrical equipment to help protect against tree-related outages.     

Since the beginning of the year, work has been completed on more than 2,000 ...

In Your Community

Teen And Dad Join Team Atlantic Health System at Bike MS

Ryan Amalfitano, who turns 15 this weekend, plans to ride his bicycle 100 miles in two days.  He won't be alone ‑ he and his father, Chris Amalfitano, chair of the emergency department at Overlook Medical Center, are part of Team Atlantic Health System which is taking part in Bike MS, a nationwide fund-raising effort on Sept.17 and 18.

Their team and at least another 52 teams of ...