Summit Snaps

July 15, 2021

Summit High School student Claire Guo is joined by Summit Mayor Nora Radest at the most recent Summit Common Council meeting where Guo was presented a certificate heralding her participation in The New Jersey State League of Municipalities' Louis Bray 2nd Future Municipal Leaders essay ...

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The 314 members of Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School's Class of 2021 gather on the stadium field at Tatlock Park for Eighth Grade Graduation, basking in the warm sunlight of the day, the memories and experiences they shared at the Morris Avenue campus, and the shared excitement of their ...

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Two members of Summit Scout Troop 67 lead the children's arts & crafts activities at Good Grief's annual 5K Run & Walk on at Giralda Farms. Members of Summit's BSA Troop 67 served as volunteers for the event, with one of the Troop's fellow Scouts leading the top fundraising team and raising ...

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Multiple members of the Summit High School Boys Lacrosse Team brotherhood -- spanning several generations -- gathered on a steamy afternoon at Tatlock Field in the annual Alumni Game. The event supports the Katie Hadley Memorial Fund, which has awarded scholarships since 1978. The current ...

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A limited number of reserved tickets and general admission seats still remain across all shows for the Summit High School Performing Arts Department's production of 'Newsies: The Broadway Musical', which opens tonight in the school's Performing Arts Garden. Five performances are scheduled for ...

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Customers form a lengthy line at Pickle Licious -- the Teaneck-based purveyor of cultured cucumbers -- on opening day of the Summit Farmers Market. The weather cooperated and folks from the Hilltop City and beyond flocked to Park & Shop Lot #1 to peruse and purchase fresh produce, flowers, ...

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Proprietors Sara D’Agostino and partner Alix Terpos are joined by Summit Mayor Nora Radest as the ribbon is snipped at the ceremonial opening of the R3finery. Located at 95 Summit Avenue, #303, the R3finery is a specialized studio offering Pilates reformer and yoga classes as well as physical ...

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Displaying signs such as "Stop Punishing Our Kids" and "14 Days is Sick," a group of about 50 Summit parents and their neighbors, representing Summit United Parents for Extracurricular Return to Routine (SUPERR), gathered outside City Hall to amplify their objections to the current COVID-19 ...

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In NCAA Women's Lacrosse, one is a bona fide 'A-Lister' when they are put on the 'T List', as in the Tewaaraton Award Watch List. The Tewaaraton Award annually honors the top college lacrosse players, both female and male, in the United States. The selection committees are made up of premier ...

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Rehearsals are underway for the Summit High School production of 'Newsies, The Broadway Musical'. Beginning June 2, the award-winning Hilltopper Performing Arts program will stage five performances the of show, which is based on the 1992 musical film of the same name which. That movie ...

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Two generations of Hilltopper pride -- mothers and their daughters -- were on hand as the 2021 Summit High School Girls Volleyball Team celebrated 'Senior Day'. Georgette (Douglas) Barnes, Caroline (Pierce) Maldonado and Mary (Kane) Tarashuk, Summit High School Class of 1985 graduates, joined ...

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Love Thy Neighbor. The Golden Rule. For the majority of Americans, those salient words reflect a way of life and the way they live their lives. Sadly, for others, their ethnicity and-or color of their skin has resulted in them being subjected to acts of racism, hate and even violence. That is ...

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More than 100 folks gathered at a rally in Summit to support Hilltop City resident Lisa Stockman-Mauriello, her family, and her quest to obtain access to the medicine that she and her doctor believe can assist her fight against Bulbar Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Diagnosed in January, ...

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Jefferson Elementary School students, part of The Connection's After School Enrichment program, proudly display the school break food packs they assembled for kids at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School in Irvington. Along with Site Director Alyssa Roncallo, the Summit kids also discussed ...

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Luis Londono proudly stands in front of Nicky's, the barber shop he now owns and operates. Situated just next door to iconic Summit Diner at 76 Summit Avenue, the male grooming emporium was known as Rocco's for three-quarters of a century. In a poetic and heartfelt gesture, Londono chose to name ...

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Mayor Nora Radest joins owner Janette Spiezio, her husband Ethan Adams and staff members Hasitha Kakileti, Jennifer Gibbons and Lena Schulz to clip the green ribbon at the official grand opening of Sustainable Haus Mercantile in Summit. The unique business offers a full line of zero waste home and ...

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Heads up - there's another snow event forecast to arrive in Summit tomorrow. Thankfully, however, the accumulation is slated to be a mere fraction of the two-foot snownami that washed over the Hilltop City just days ago. While many folks don't dig the dramatic dumping of the white stuff because, ...

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The Summit Luminary Fund, began 39 years ago on a handful of streets, raised a new record total in 2020 -- generating approximately $130,000 for local charities and bathing Summit neighborhoods in a holiday glow on December 25. Hilltop City residents, in an all-encompassing community effort, ...

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It may be the only thing that there is just too little of, but the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) will be providing a contribution to the all-too-precious commodity when, on January 14, it debuts the next edition in the popular 'Love Series'. The first stamp in the Series was issued in 1973.

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Irene Loschert, Allison Lees, Kristen Pierotti and Annemarie Cahill apply the finishing holiday touches to the Christmas tree they and their Prominent Properties Sotheby's International Realty Summit office teammates decorated for tomorrow's first annual 'Festival of Trees' at Summit's Reeves-Reed ...

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He's made a list, and he's checked it twice, but even Santa Claus can't tuck the ideal treat under the tree unless he gets the one of the main things that he wishes for this and every holiday season. The List. Now there is a direct pipeline to The Pole -- The North Pole -- as the City of ...

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Overlook Auxiliary Co-Presidents Heather Speas and Stacy Beckett flank the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Overlook Medical Center's Breast Nurse Navigator Jannine Valledor and Oncology Nurse Manager Donna Delicio as they commemorate the Auxiliary's $3,000 cumulative grant to the cancer center. The ...

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Many traditions have been put on hold or altered by the pandemic, but not Lois Schneider Realtor's support of the Summit Luminary Fund. Once again this year -- as it has every year since the Fund's inception 38 years ago -- Lois Schneider Realtor will underwrite the annual event which sees the ...

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Opening to glowing reviews, the Summit High School Performing Arts Department's staging of Radium Girls continues with two more performances on October 23 and 24, both at 7 p.m. Radium Girls is based on the true story of young female dial painters set in the U.S. Radium factory in Orange, in the ...

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Men's winner Scott Gordon and women’s winner Mara Bergman, left, along with women’s runner-up Soojan Shao and men’s runner-up Jean- Francois Changeux hold court at Memorial Field after The Summit Tennis Association's (STA) recent annual singles tournament. The STA is an all-volunteer group that ...

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Dwight Hiscano, Jonathan Sacks, Diane Langworthy, Bill Anderson, David Naidu, Jack Kelly, Nick Minoia, Amy Cairns, Maureen Alvidrez, and Adam Zucker were all on hand as the ribbon was snipped to officially open the Summit Free Market's new, permanent home. Located at the City of Summit Transfer ...

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Mara Bergman and Jim Buchanan, right, bested runners-up Yolanda Barron and Jean- Francois Changeux to claim the crown in the Summit Tennis Association's annual mixed doubles tournament at the Memorial Field courts. The tournament was held in memory of Lita Dunne, an active Summit Tennis Association ...

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Partisan and nonpartisan noshers alike can rejoice as, with the campaign season steamrolling toward the November 3 General Election, Brownie Points Bakery in Summit has created a quorum of classic American desserts celebrating Americans' right to vote. Adding to the theme is an array of acrylic ...

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A Hilltopper-sized tent -- serving as the Summit High School Football Team's 'outdoor locker room' -- now sits just outside the fieldhouse at Tatlock Park. To enhance the health safety for all members of the program, the team's coaches are limiting the numbers of players inside the fieldhouse ...

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Volunteers from the Community Service Association of New Providence and Feed to Give welcome a 300-pound donation of chicken at the Summit and New Providence Lions Clubs' annual chicken fundraiser. Nearly 4,000 pounds of donated chicken were collected along with $1,200 dollars in cash, all ...

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