Summit Snaps

  • First Things First

    June 19, 2018

    Winning their first-ever tournament title in style, the Boys 7th/8th Grade Summit Futures Lacrosse Team commemorates the moment after capturing the Future Legends Championship in ...

  • A Century of Kindness

    Inspired by Ellen DeGeneres' "One Million Acts of Good" challenge, students in The Connection’s AfterSchool program at Jefferson Elementary School ...

  • Almost Time to Fly

    Since she and her husband will soon be matriculating to Florida, it is only fitting that a flock of flamingos visited the home of the soon-to-be-retiring Eunice Churchill.

    The iconic Ms.

  • Benchmarking a Legacy

    Gathering fittingly on 'International Children's Day', Summit Mayor Nora Radest, Police Chief Robert Weck and several of the SPD's Officers, Board of Education member ...

  • Battling The Elements

    Summit boys were part of Boy Scout Troop 63's recent visit to Gettysburg National Military Park, camping for two nights and touring the historic sites during daylight ...

  • Rock Stars

    Union County 4-H member Michael Laumbach explains plate tectonics to a visitor at Rutgers Geology Museum, where Laumbach and his fellow members of the Union County 4-H Teen Service Club ...

  • Peaceful Plantings

    Planned and constructed by teen congregant Gabe Schiffer as his Eagle Scout project, Congregation Ohr Shalom - Summit Jewish Community Center (COS-SJCC) recently celebrated the opening of its new ...

  • Pining for Speed

    Pack 301 Webelos and Lincoln-Hubbard Fourth Grader Anderson Lee proudly shows off the first-place trophy -- complete with flames -- and his his winning racer, a faster-than-fast ...

  • Elite Eight

    Summit High School seniors -- Megan Abate, Maddie Gaeta, Helen Louise Johnson, Anna Turk, Stephen Sajer, Cole Schneider, Will Vitton and Greg Vlass -- have been ...

  • Justifiably Victorious

    After upsetting number-one seed Mountain Lakes in the semifinals and then beating Seton Hall Prep 6-5 in double-overtime in the ultimate game, the Summit High School Boys JV Lacrosse Team has been ...

  • Neighborly Offering

    St. Teresa of Avila Church Monsignor Robert Meyer -- known to many as "Father Bob" -- and his staff brought lunch to the City of Summit Firehouse and spent time with Deputy Fire ...

  • Pedaling Unity

    Summit Police Department members including Chief Robert Weck, Mark Tarentino, Peapack Gladstone Officer Dirk Sheasley, Sergeant Ronald Martin, Sergeant Matthew Buntin, Officer Sean Thompson, ...

  • Silver Shell

    Summit's Harry Finnegan, second from left, and Andrew Treger, fourth from left, are part of a Mountain Lakes Rowing Club Boys Novice 8 crew that captured a silver medal at the Long ...

  • Making a Splash... Safely

    Summit Mayor Nora Radest and Director of Community Programs Judith Leblein Josephs are joined by brine icon and Summit Family Aquatic Center ambassador, 'Shark Diddy', as ...

  • Fellow Partners

    Student / Partner Alliance President Emmett Daly, second from right, joins Other Fellow First Foundation Directors Brett Haire, Jordan Glatt and Jim Greberis at the famous ...

  • Klash Named After a Titan

    The third annual ‘Kirst Klash’ Memorial Lacrosse Tournament, which featured youth lacrosse teams in grades 5 - 8 from Summit, Mountain Lakes, Shark River, Colts Neck, ...

  • Everyone Needs a PAL They Can Count On

    Finding their older radio scanning systems incompatible with their new digital platform, the Summit Volunteer First Aid Squad had a challenge -- the distortion began to interfere with the ...

  • Teachable Moment

    Summit High School students watch the aftermath of a simulated 'fatal' automobile collision during an assembly held as part of 'One Moment, Three Decisions', ...

  • Bold Mettle

    Jennie Silecchia, a 15-year veteran volunteer and this year’s Individual Honoree, is celebrated at Susan G. Komen North Jersey's 'Pink Tie Party'. With a ...

  • Mass Amount of Love and Remembrance

    Serving both as a tribute to the memory of Summit Police Detective Matthew Tarentino -- a Somerville resident who was killed in a traffic accident on Route 78 nearly one year ...

  • Open Season

    As if cloudless blue skies and temperatures approaching 60 degrees weren't enough to bring put a smile on Hilltop City residents, the 23rd season of the Summit Farmers Market is now ...

  • Totally Pointless

    It is billed as "the coolest, most unusual party ever" and it is now available in the Hilltop City.

    'It' is 'Extreme Foot Dart' at the Summit YMCA, 45-minutes of ...

  • Making A Stand

    Summit Mayor Nora Radest, second from left, joined Union County Freeholder Chairman Sergio Granados and Freeholders Bruce Bergen and Linda Carter, Cranford Mayor Tom Hannen, Winfield Mayor ...

  • Showering Attention

    April showers may, indeed, bring May flowers however, more importantly, the fourth calendar month of the year signifies 'Autism Awareness Month', and no Hilltop City resident has brought more ...

  • A Lot in Common

    Ward 2 Summit Common Council Member Marjorie Fox and SAGE Eldercare Board of Trustees member Chris Glacken delivered Meals on Wheels as part of the Nationwide 'March for ...

  • A Father's Thanks

    St. Teresa of Avila Church Monsignor Robert Meyer -- affectionately known to many as 'Father Bob' -- gathers with the Summit Volunteer First Aid Squad's Denise Barber, EMT; ...

Upcoming Events

Mon, June 25, 9:00 AM

Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, Little Falls

Yogi Berra Museum Summer Softball Camp

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Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, Little Falls

Yogi Berra Museum Summer Softball Camp

Education Health & Wellness Sports

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Mon, June 25, 9:00 AM

Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, Little Falls

Yogi Berra Museum Summer Softball Camp

Education Health & Wellness Sports

Berkeley Heights PAL Runners Take Titles and Record At USATF Jr. Olympics T&F State Championship

June 24, 2018

PLAINFIELD, NJ – The highly anticipated USATF Jr. Olympics T&F State Championship meet brought the best of the best of New Jersey to Hub Stine Stadium in Plainfield for a two day event, Saturday, June 9 and Sunday, June 10. Top three earn medals and top six competitors in each event advance to the USATF Region 2 Junior Olympic Championships on July 12-15 at the College of New Jersey ...