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Thu, January 23, 7:30 PM

Renaissance Church (Ren Students Space), Summit

Rays of Hope Support Group

Health & Wellness Religions And Spirituality

Add to My Calendar 01/23/2020 7:30pm 01/24/2020 4:30pm America/New_York Rays of Hope Support Group

Rays of Hope Support Group
A support group for families and friends of loved ones struggling with substance abuse

Watching someone you love struggle with alcohol or drug abuse can be painful and isolating. But there is hope and comfort in meeting with others who share a similar burden. Rays of Hope is a support group for adults. Each weekly group is stand-alone and you are welcome to attend ...

497 Springfield Ave. Summit, NJ 07901

Sun, January 26, 1:00 PM

Renaissance Church (Ren Students Space), Summit

GriefShare Support Group

Health & Wellness Religions And Spirituality

Add to My Calendar 01/26/2020 1:00pm 01/27/2020 4:00am America/New_York GriefShare Support Group

GriefShare Support Group
A caring group to help through the difficult times after the death of a loved one. Registration is encouraged, but not required. Each weekly session is stand-alone and you are welcome to join the GriefShare group at any point. More information:

497 Springfield Ave. Summit, NJ 07901

Sun, January 26, 1:00 PM

Renaissance Church , Summit

DivorceCare Support Group

Health & Wellness Religions And Spirituality

Add to My Calendar 01/26/2020 1:00pm 01/27/2020 4:00am America/New_York DivorceCare Support Group

DivorceCare Support Group
You don’t have to face life after a divorce or separation alone. Each weekly session is stand-alone and you are welcome to join the DivorceCare group at any point. More information:

2 Kent Place Blvd Summit, NJ 07901

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Update on the Achievement Gap?

February 18, 2020

At the last Board of Education meeting on 2/13/2020, I asked the board how it defines the achievement gap. I also asked if there was a game plan since no “Education Committee” reports in recent memory had alluded to any definitive plans for this chronic problem.

Not a single board member had an answer, and they all deferred to our outgoing superintendent, which tells me that they, ...

Summit Police Blotter

February 8, 2020

01/14 - At 1128 hours a report was taken for a theft of cash from an Overlook Road apartment. The victim reported the incident occurred between 0900 hours and 1700 hours on 01/06/2020. The victim reported approximately $50.00 had been removed from the secured apartment during the above time frame. At the time of the report, there was no damage/tampering observed to the locks to the ...

Summit EMS Response Report - January, 2020

Summit’s EMS Volunteers started 2020 by answering 167 emergency calls in January. These included:

93 medical emergencies
12 motor vehicle accidents, including a car into a building and another with a trapped driver
11 traumatic injuries
26 falls
6 reports of poisoning or overdose
7 pedestrians struck by a motor vehicle
3 responses to a medical alarm
1 allergic ...

Summit Area Public Foundation's $20,000 Grant Supports Family Promise Volunteer Program

February 22, 2020

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Area Public Foundation (SAPF) has awarded a $20,000 grant to Summit-based national nonprofit Family Promise, funds that will support Family Promise's expansion of its volunteer management program to include new technology that will assist the organization with engaging volunteers while also enhancing prevention and stabilization efforts for families ...

Affordable Energy for New Jersey Coalition Launches with Support of Business, Labor, Civic and Energy Interests

In response to the recently released New Jersey Energy Master Plan (EMP), representatives of labor, energy, business and civic groups have come together to launch Affordable Energy for New Jersey.  The Coalition will work to ensure New Jersey residents continue to have safe, reliable and affordable choices to meet their energy needs.

“The EMP’s emphasis on a move to complete ...

2020 Real Estate Outlook Promising as Spring Market Approaches

Slow and steady will be the name of the game in the new decade. All reports indicate that 2020 will be a positive year in real estate. 

With a surge in consumer spending towards the end of 2019 the economy remains on a steady path. Healthy consumer spending is a sign of consumer confidence. Coupled with low unemployment rates and low mortgage rates will contribute to economic growth.

Set Yourself Up for IRA Success

Your IRAs will be an important source of your retirement income and perhaps your legacy. How you handle them throughout your working life can help enhance and secure that retirement income.

First Things First: Establish an IRA. Most retirement saving occurs in the workplace, and you should absolutely contribute as much as you can to your 401k, 403b, or similar employer- sponsored plan. You are ...

Community Members, Family Foundation Mark American Heart Month with $2.5 Million Donation to Gagnon Cardiovascular Center Expansion

As individuals and organizations across the nation gather to raise awareness of heart disease during American Heart Month, Thomas P. and Sally Mac Mahon and Ken and Claudia Silverman have marked the occasion by giving $1.5 and $1 million, respectively, to further expand the largest cardiovascular program in the state — Gagnon Cardiovascular Institute at Morristown Medical Center. The ...

Advice From Life's Flight Attendants

Flight attendants give us the best advice.  In the event of an emergency, first put the oxygen mask on yourself before beginning to help anyone else.  Too often, our instincts are to care for others before we care for ourselves.  Whether an emergency or not, if we don’t take care of ourselves, we won’t be in the best position to help others.  During February, ...

The Adults in the Room

My house was recently designated as being “teen free”.

This is because my youngest two children just turned 20. They are twins. They are both in college, away from home. I only physically see them when they come home on breaks.

Turning 20 means they have run out of youthful brand names. After spending a lifetime transitioning from infants to toddlers to kids to tweens to teens ...

Overlook's National Honor

TAPinto Summit has partnered with Summit-based HTTV on a featured column -- 'HTTV Taps Into Summit' -- designed to give residents an inside look at the programs, initiatives, events and happenings that shape the lives of Hilltop City residents.

In this edition of 'HTTV Taps into Summit', HTTV showcases the celebration accompanying Overlook ...