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January 19, 2018

A record number -- 35 in total -- of Summit High School seniors gathered along with a teacher of their choosing celebrate the students' designation as National Merit Scholars.

As is tradition, each member of the Class of 2018 presented their respective teacher with a special book and personalized inscription as a thank you for the inspiration and influence the respective educator ...

Brothers in Blue

If big number 81 looks a bit familiar, that's because he is Summit's own Ryan O'Malley, who was signed to the New York Football Giants' practice squad in mid-December and activated for the G-Men's final regular season game of the year December 31 versus the Washington Redskins.

O'Malley wasn't the only iconic Summit presence at MetLife Stadium, as the ...

To The Max

World War II veteran Robert Max of Summit receives a Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders resolution recognizing the 94-year-old for publishing a book about his remarkable story of survival and escaping Nazi slave labor.

The presentation was made at a speaking engagement at Union High School where Max spoke to students. Max and Freeholder Bruce H. Bergen are joined by ...

For Sam

Executives from Villa Restaurant Group present a check for $40,000 to Sam’s Fund, created to help the then-Morristown Memorial Hospital build a high quality NICU to serve the families of northern New Jersey. The family of Samantha Marie Salzberg, just over one-month-old when she passed away in 1987, pledged $1.5 million to name "Sam’s ...

Special Delivery

Christmas Eve saw members of the Summit Fire Department escort Santa on a visit with kids at Overlook Medical Center's Pediatric Center and Emergency Room, marking the 30th year that Kris Kringle has asked Summit firefighters to join him on his holiday visits.

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Maestro, Music If You Please

Greta Morgan, Kathryn Evenson, and Emily Misiewicz -- along with music teacher Dan King -- are three members of a group of Summit High School students accepted into Central Jersey Music Educators Region II Ensembles.

Those selected include band students Katrina Lin: Flute, Symphonic Band; Abby Brandt: Oboe, Symphonic Band (Brand was also accepted on English ...

'Tis The Season

Community liaison Alicia Gorman, Natasha Kim, Hope Basaman, Summer Cullen, Nikki Passick, Student Council Co-Advisor, Maria Wager -- along with Student Council Co-Advisor Gary Burns and Principal Damen Cooper -- gather to celebrate the Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School Student Council Organization's annual 'Spirit of Giving' charity drive.

Students in grades 6-8 this ...

Meet The Met

Summit High School AP Spanish Literature class students Samantha Fernandez, Cindy Torres, Monica Mazariego, Leila Esposito, Andres Chacon, Hans Seaz, Monica Badilla, Iria Diaz and Vanessa Herrrera-Rojas recently took a field trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, where they spent the day exploring the different art works from a variety of countries, eras ...

Not-So Silent a Night

“Here we come a-wassailing” was heard on the streets of Summit on as members -- both young and old -- and friends of St. John’s Lutheran Church greeted and serenaded shoppers, diners, residents, and travelers throughout the Hilltop City with the joyous sound of Christmas carols.

Accompanied by trumpeters Stephanie Rothman and Pastor Gladys G. Moore, the group was ...

Such a Planner

The Summit Planning Board recognized Jeffrey Wagenbach for 14 years of dedicated service, with current Chairman William Anderson presenting him with an honorary gavel and block.

In his decade and a-half of service, nearly 10 years of which were spent as Planning Board Chairman, Wagenbach navigated the Board and the City through myriad applications and ...

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