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April 24, 2018

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 self-acknowledged 'BOLD GOAL' to reduce the number of breast cancer deaths in the U.S. by 50 percent by the year 2026, the event saw Summit-based Komen North Jersey take an equally ...

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 ago -- and to honor the men and women of law enforcement, The Immaculate Conception School hosted a “Blue Mass” at Immaculate Conception R.C. Church.

Tarentino had been a longtime ...

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 underway.

Acknowledged as a top farmers market in New Jersey, the Summit Farmers Market's vendors offer fresh, locally-sourced food and produce every Sunday, from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m., in ...

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 professionally-managed mayhem that sees kids having a blast running around the gym and kicking balls to hit a ginormous inflatable target.

Time slots for the game are available on ...

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 Gary J. Genz, Roselle Mayor Christine Dansereau, Roselle Park Mayor Carl Hokanson, Union Mayor Suzette Cavadas, Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr, Westfield Mayor Shelley Brindle and Rahway Mayor Raymond ...

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 attention to the cause than Zachary Brooks.

In proclaiming April as 'Autism Awareness Month' in Summit, Mayor Nora Radest was recently joined by Brooks, a Summit teen who has ...

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 Meals' program supporting homebound older adults.

The program was a community effort with participation from government, law enforcement and town officials, along with businesses and local ...

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; Beverly Brown, Crew Chief; and John Buscaino, President, to give thanks for the Squad's top-notch care of Sister Frances Marie, sacristan at the Church, who had fallen down the side ...

Anchor Leg

FOX News anchor and Summit resident Martha MacCallum -- along with her teenage son, Harry -- pause for a photo with SAGE Eldercare Executive Director Angela Sullivan and SAGE Board of Trustees President John Hoffman to commemorate their participation in the 16th annual 'March for Meals' program.

'March for Meals' is a ...

Magic Lamp

Kids of all ages enjoyed the opportunity to be enchanted by Disney's "Aladdin" -- and get out of the snowy, cold weather -- when the Prominent Properties Sotheby's International Realty office in Short Hills hosted clients and guests from throughout the area at a free screening of the Genie-centric film.

At the Bow Tie Cinemas, donations were collected to benefit the ...

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