Summit Snaps

  • Musique, s'il vous plaît

    December 6, 2017

    French language students at both Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School and Summit High School enjoyed a melodious lesson courtesy of middle school teacher Brigid Le Minez, who was ...

  • He's Gonna Find Out...

    Even though there is a mailbox with a direct pipeline to the North Pole right in downtown Summit, the Big Man in the Red Suit made his annual pre-Christmas Eve trip to the Hilltop City December 2 to ...

  • Cooking Up Good Deeds

    Pathways, a program of The Connection in Summit, receives a $10,000 donation from The Provident Bank Foundation, funding which will support of one of its keystone programs – Pathways ...

  • Hairy Driving Conditions

    The crew at Salerno Duane Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram and Ford in Summit kept busy making deals, but put away the razors for No Shave November, raising money for the St. Jude Children's Research ...

  • Basket Case

    The community is invited to shop, dine and 'Celebrate in Summit' tonight from 5 - 9 p.m., with many stores open late, music throughout downtown, horse-drawn carriage rides, as well as ...

  • Special Delivery

    The City of Summit and Summit Downtown Inc. are making it easy to ensure that Kris Kringle gets that always-important Christmas list with the proper lead time necessary to make his ...

  • Around The Horn

    Summit community members gathered at the Summit Diner to support Leroy Horn as the longtime Hilltop City resident and legendary athlete and coach continues his recovery from a series of ...

  • Frontline Observations

    Jill LaZare, who recently was defeated in her bid for New Jersey State Senate, was the guest speaker at The Fortnightly Club of Summit's November general meeting. LaZare shared her ...

  • Sack Race

    The answer to the question 'how many bags of groceries can five Girl Scouts and a group of approximately 25 other volunteers bag in two hours?' was answered with gusto on ...

  • Labour of Love

    Caliegh Pan-Kita, in the role of Moth, offers love advice to Michael Polivko, playing Don Armado, as the Summit High School cast and crew puts the finishing touches on rehearsals for ...

  • Groups Hug

    After a strong, third-place finish at the NJSIAA Sectionals last weekend at Greystone Park, the Summit High School Girls Varsity Cross Country Team is set to race in the Group Championship ...

  • Kicking Up The Spirit

    The third annual Summit High School Cheer Team's 'Youth Cheer Clinic' culminated in a halftime performance during the Hilltopper football game versus Somerville at Investors ...

  • Bake Sale Strong

    Students from Oak Knoll’s coed elementary school -- members in 'Club 4 Change' -- along with other student volunteers and their families raised $725 for those recently impacted by ...

  • Mural, Mural on The Wall

    Two years in the making, the Franklin Elementary School's 'community mosaic' is now complete, with the wall on the school's main entrance now featuring three ships -- dubbed the ...

  • Peer Posse

    A Summit Educational Foundation (SEF) grant provided Summit High School Peer Leader students the opportunity to spend a full day at Camp Nyoda Hills in Oak Ridge, where ...

  • On Any Given Saturday

    Summit Youth Football and Summit High School players and coaches came out in numbers to tackle the task of  volunteering for the Jefferson Elementary School 'Fall ...

  • Pink Tops in The Hilltop

    Summit Fire Department Firefighters Lonn Mullen, Matthew Lemons, Thomas Murray III, Dwight Nichols, and Battalion Chief David Guida -- all 'rocking' pink polo shirts -- along ...

  • Raising The 'Canes

    Summit High School alum Michael Badgley points out that he and his University of Miami Football teammates are about to improve to 5-0 after he drilled a 24-yard field goal with four seconds ...

  • Roaring Good Cause

    Kate Morrison, Ashleigh Koss, Katie Salerno -- members of the the Summit Junior Fortnightly Club's (SJFC) 2017 Provisional Class -- present a donation to ...

  • Take it to The Bank

    Summit resident and Investors Bank President and CEO, Kevin Cummings, and Summit branch executive Christine Wenslau handled the coin toss duty prior to Summit High School's traditional ...

  • Sign of Respect

    Summit Police Department Chief Robert Weck, Summit Mayor Nora Radest, members of the Summit Police force, and the family of the late Detective Matthew Tarentino stand beneath the sign heralding ...

  • Saluting The Chief

    Summit Police Chief Robert Weck is joined by Mayor Nora Radest and TransOptions officials as he receives the 2017 Government Official of the Year Award from TransOptions at its ...

  • Hear Them Roar

    The Summit Lions Club presented Melvin Jones Awards to Lions Adrian Hawkins and Dr. John Boozan, recognizing each as outstanding individuals by bestowing on ...

  • Kitchen Makeover

    Hilltop City Mayor Nora Radest snips the ribbon officially opening the new kitchen for Summit Helping Its People (SHIP) located within Calvary Episcopal Church.

    SHIP was established in ...

  • Next Steps

    The steps along the Passaic River are getting a sprucing up courtesy of an Association of New Jersey Environmental Commission $1,000 grant awarded to the Summit Environmental ...

  • Home Cooking

    The Grand Summit Hotel's Assistant General Manager, Jimmy Thornton, and its General Manager, Michael Marino, flank Summit Volunteer First Aid Squad President Mike D'Ecclessis as he -- on ...

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Fri, December 15, 4:00 PM

Reeves-Reed Arboretum, Summit

Decorate a Tree for Wildlife

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Fri, December 15, 7:30 PM

Renaissance Church, Summit Opera House, Summit

The Light of Christmas: A Night of Music

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Sat, December 16, 10:00 AM

Latin Bistro, Summit

Meet the Mayor

Community Calendar

Summit Fire Department Blotter

October 18, 2017 at 3:22 pm FD units dispatched to a Morris Avenue business for an alarm activation.  On arrival investigation found that a malfunctioning temporary light fixture had arced and activated a detector on the first floor.  FD removed the fixture and reset the alarm

October 20, 2017 at 22:42 FD dispatched to Summit Train Station for a report of a trash can smoking. On ...

Summit Police Blotter

December 11, 2017

1/28 - At 0546 hours a report was taken for a burglary to a Beechwood Road business. The incident occurred at approximately 0440 hours where the suspect removed a cash register and ten (10) packs of Kool Cigarettes. The suspect was described as a white male, with a chin-strap beard, wearing a beanie cap, a light hooded sweatshirt, and black shoes. Total value of the stolen items was approximately ...

Audio: Point View's Dietze Tells Bloomberg Three Key Issues to Watch Now and in '18

December 13, 2017

Point View Wealth Management's Founder, President and Chief Investment Strategist, David Dietze, live on Bloomberg Radio discussing the potential for a market meltup!

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For nearly 25 years, Point View Wealth Management, Inc. has been working with families in ...

Dr. K. Advises 'See Your Doctor in Sickness and in Health'

About 3 years ago, around the time healthcare was saying its last goodbyes to solo practitioners, I decided to plunge into the world of private practice and one morning announced to my family, “I am starting a new primary care solo practice.”

I am an Internist of Asian Indian origin and I graduated from residency about twenty years ago. To say that my family was bewildered is an ...

Favor Value Over Growth for 2018

Pricey growth stocks have been all the rage in 2017, running circles around cheaper value plays. We believe that one of the most powerful forces in investing, reversion to the mean, may cause value stocks to outperform in 2018.  Position your portfolio accordingly.

Understand the Difference Between Value and Growth

Growth stocks are typically more expensive than value stocks.

Ain't That Grand?

Hometown Gal Comes Back to Hilltop City, Brings a Bit of 'Southern Hospitality' to Summit's Most Hospitable Address

Maybe you can go home again, after all.

Katie Ogden is a shining example that proves that twist on an age-old adage.

After seven years in Memphis, Ogden is home in the Hilltop City and she has found a new work home as well, recently becoming the front desk manager at the Grand Summit Hotel.

And, if there's a smidgen of a 'twang' seeping into the welcomes, can I help ...

The Floor Plan

For Luxury and Durability, Make LVP Your MVP

Combine durable vinyl with the realistic look of wood in a plank format and you have a surface that offers the best of all worlds, one that is the perfect flooring solution for any room in your home.

Luxury Vinyl Plank -- or 'LVP' flooring is:

Water Resistant
Durable
Soft Underfoot
Easy Care
Budget Friendly

Unlike natural woods, LVP can be used in areas where ...

AtlantiCast: Episode 008

On this week’s AtlantiCast, you’ll learn about a groundbreaking new clinical trial in the fight against pancreatic cancer, meet an award-winning child neurologist at Goryeb Children’s Hospital and hear about the new Scoliosis and Spinal Deformity Center at Atlantic Orthopedic Institute – plus stay tuned at the end to see our debut episode of the AtlantiCast Medical ...

Don't Let 'Old Man Winter' Drive You Crazy: Follow This Handy Seasonal Car Care Checklist

As if driving during nasty, cold conditions is not enough of a challenge, having 'car trouble' in the wintertime can be about as much fun as the farcical examples used in a satellite television provider commercial that pokes fun at the cable companies... you know, like getting paper cuts on your tongue, getting your arm caught in a vending  machine, spilling hot coffee ...

Family Health

When a Stroke is Possible, Experience Makes the Difference

When it comes to accurately diagnosing whether someone has suffered a stroke, “one can never be too smart,” says Dr. Gary Belt.

Belt, a stroke neurologist at Atlantic Neuroscience Institute in Overlook Medical Center, has more than three decades of experience in making those tricky diagnoses. He knows that superficial signs that seem to indicate a stroke can’t always be ...

The Thought that Counts

The other day I was talking to our cat . . .  

Hmmm.  It says here that dogs are smarter than cats.

What are you reading, Mad Magazine?

No seriously, this article in the Times claims that a scientific study conducted at Vanderbilt University recently discovered that dogs have twice as many neurons as cats in the analytic part of their brains.

Yeah, but they only use a ...