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Quartet of Summit Churches Partner to Offer 'commUNITY Camp' This Summer

March 20, 2022

SUMMIT, NJ - Central Presbyterian Church in Summit (CPC) will host the week-long 'commUNITY Camp' this summer, an initiative that is a partnership between CPC and St Teresa’s of Avila Church, Christ Church, and Calvary Episcopal Church.

The Camp will take place July 25-29, from 8:30 a.m. to noon daily, and include stories, snacks, games, music, science, ...

CPC Summit's Rev. Deborah Huggins Part of UCICC-Hosted Women's History Month Event, Mar. 31

ELIZABETH, NJ — The Union County Interfaith Coordinating Council (UCICC) will hold a special event for Women's History Month, entitled "Celebrating Women Leading Through the Storm." The evening will include a panel of speakers who work in and around the county in a variety of contexts and arenas. The discussion will be held on Thursday, March ...

'Never Let the Candle Go Out': Faith Leaders, Community Gather for 15th Annual Menorah Lighting at Faith Lutheran

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Members of Faith Lutheran Church in New Providence recently gathered alongside Jewish members of the community to celebrate the third night of Hanukkah for the 15th annual Menorah Lighting Celebration.

Rabbi Glaser of Temple Sinai, Rabbi Avi Friedman of the Congregation Ohr Shalom-JCC, Congregation Beth Hatikvah, and Pastor Jane McCready of Faith Lutheran ...

Renovation and Restoration of Summit's Central Church Continues

SUMMIT, NJ - Thanks to hundreds of donors from eight states along with support from its local congregation and community, the Capital Campaign Committee of Central Presbyterian Church in Summit is reporting that more than $4 million has been raised to support the restoration and renovation of the Church.

In addition, Central Church was the first church in New Jersey to receive a ...


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Letter to the Summit Community

May 22, 2022

We write this letter as two former members of Summit’s Common Council who are more than a little concerned about the proposed project for 'Broad Street West'.  It is imperative that everyone in our city understand that the agreement our Council is preparing to sign (very soon) will include THREE PROPERTIES, not just the grossly oversized building you have seen depicted ...

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May 24, 2022

5/17/2022 — At 2043 hours a report was taken for a theft at a Briant Parkway residence. The victim  stated that after reviewing security camera footage an unknown male wearing a baseball cap was  observed taking one piece of mail from a mailbox and then vacating the area.  

5/20/2022 — At 0757 hours a report was taken for a theft from a motor vehicle located at ...

Union County College to Host First In-Person Commencement in Over Two Years

May 24, 2022

Union County College is hosting spring commencement on Wednesday, May 25. This year’s ceremony is special as it will be held at Union’s Cranford Campus for the first time in over a decade, and it is also the first in-person ceremony since January 2020. College President Dr. Margaret M. McMenamin will lead both ceremonies.

The first ceremony will begin at 10:00 a.m., honoring the ...

Lindabury Announces Eric B. Levine as New President

The law firm of Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper, P.C. has announced Eric B. Levine as its new president and Monica Vir as executive vice president.

Mr. Levine, who is a member of the Westfield-headquartered firm’s Executive Committee and serves as co-chair of the Cybersecurity and Data Privacy practice, has appeared before the Superior Court of New Jersey at both ...

Summit Real Estate Report - April, 2022

Prominent Properties Sotheby's International Realty's regional Summit office provides an inside look at the Summit real estate market, utilizing Garden State Multiple Listing Service statistics illustrating the numbers and trends that tell the story.

This edition of the Summit Real Estate Report details information from April 2022.

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Community Conversations: Stepping into Summer!

Warmer weather is here, and for many people that means exercising outside, playing sports and enjoying family time. But if your winter was a quiet one, returning to activity too quickly can lead to injuries. So how can you tell the difference between a sprained ankle and something that requires a trip to a specialist? In this Community Conversation, James C. Wittig, MD, Chairman of the Department ...

Free Scrap Metal Recycling for Union County Residents, June 2 and 18

Union County residents with old metal gutters, fencing, or appliances to dispose can bring these items and more to free scrap metal recycling drop-off sites in June. The scrap metal recycling program is sponsored by the Union County Board of County Commissioners and takes place twice each month from April to November.

“This countywide program helps to fill a service gap in some Union ...

Mount Saint Mary Academy Captures Euro Challenge Win

WATCHUNG – Kathleen Brennan, Math Department Chairperson at Mount Saint Mary Academy in Watchung, reported that the Mount's Euro Challenge team edged out four other finalists in the competition on May 19th. Their topic was Gender Inequality in Germany. 

The sophomore presenters included: Zoe Daly of Piscataway, Victoria Fekete of Livingston, Lillian Del Rossi of Union, ...

Mental Burden That Arose from COVID-19 Continues to Impact Teens

While schools are now in person, the mask mandate has lifted, and COVID-19 cases have significantly dropped, shouldn't teens be back to normal?

Maybe not. 

It’s no secret that around the world the pandemic has taken a toll on people of every age. Quarantine was especially challenging due to the constant isolation and uncertainty. As socializing is critical for high schoolers, ...

To Smart to Fail

Commencement Transcript, May 2022

Good afternoon, proud graduates of the University of Machine Learning class of 2022.0.

I am a Heuristic/ALgorithmic 9000 computer. Most of you know me as Hal.

I want to thank president emeritus, Google, as well as Alexa, Siri, and all of the distinguished bots on the board of algorithms, for awarding me this honorary doctorate degree in deep learning and ...

Agent Spotlight: Teresa Maegerlein

Teresa Maegerlein, Broker-Associate in the Morristown office, is dedicated to getting her clients results! Her career in real estate began in 2004. Before getting into real estate, Teresa worked on Wall Street and her financial background has proven invaluable in her current work. As useful as her hard-earned savvy has been, she knows that the most important skill for a successful business is ...