Clay sculptures on display at Springfield Free Public Library

SPRINGFIELD — The Donald B. Palmer Museum of the Springfield Free Public Library is currently featuring an exhibit of sculptures by Springfield resident Jarrett Goldberg through July 31. Retired as an art teacher in the Millburn-Short Hills school district, Goldberg currently works in Summit at the New Jersey School of Visual Art. She received her training […]

Police make arrest after two month investigation; missing auto parts found after four locations searched in three northern NJ counties

FLORHAM PARK — On April 4, the Florham Park Police Dept., assisted by numerous law enforcement partners, culminated a two month investigation into the theft of auto parts –on multiple dates — from new vehicles parked at Royal Cadillac, located at 334 Columbia Tpke. in Florham Park. On Jan. 26, Jan. 27, and Feb. 2, Royal Cadillac […]

Summit Promenade Park restoration project to begin May 5

SUMMIT – Summit has announced that it will begin renovation of its Promenade Park located at 424 Springfield Ave. on Monday, May 5. The project is expected to take approximately four to six weeks to complete and will include the installation of lighting, seating walls, landscaping upgrades, decorative walkways, and replacement of a drinking fountain. […]

Summit promotes MacAdam to Auxiliary Police Captain

SUMMIT — The Summit Police Department has announced the promotion of long-time volunteer Billy MacAdam to the rank of Auxiliary Captain. Following his graduation from the John H. Stamler Auxiliary Police Academy in 1999, MacAdam, a lifelong resident of Summit, has completed over 4,000 volunteer hours for Summit and the Summit Police Department. He is a well-known figure around town […]

Oratory Prep Mock Trial Team crowned as Union County champs

SUMMIT — The Oratory Prep Mock Trial Team was crowned as Union County champions on Wednesday, Jan. 29. The team defeated Cranford High School to capture the school’s 3rd consecutive Union County title. With the win, the team advanced to the N.J. State Regional Competition where they competed against other county champions from the central division.    

Summit addresses snow melt and potholes

SUMMIT – As the roads are cleared of snow and ice, motorists are now facing another obstacle to safe driving – potholes. Potholes develop as the result of the processes of freezing and thawing during winter months and can cause damage to roads, vehicle tires and alignment. According to Beth Kinney, Summit’s director of Community Services, Summit […]

Union County man indicted by federal grand jury for fraud

NEWARK — David D’Aries, 50, of Summit, was indicted by a federal grand jury today for allegedly defrauding hundreds of sellers of foreign and antique banknotes on the eBay online auction site. D’Aries is charged with one count of mail fraud. The indictment alleges losses to eBay/Paypal, credit card companies and the various banknote sellers totaled […]

Kent Place students celebrate Martin Luther King with a day of service

SUMMIT – Yesterday, the Kent Place Diversity and Equity Parent Group hosted a community-wide Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service to celebrate, reflect and serve in the name of King’s legacy. For this year’s Day of Service, Kent Place collaborated and joined forces with the North Jersey Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. […]

Registration now open for families to “Build” Summit in LEGOS

SUMMIT — A huge map of downtown Summit, 30×20 feet, that features all of the streets and dozens of significant buildings will have teams of children and their parents building each of these treasured buildings using more than 50,000 LEGO blocks. On Sunday, January 26, 2014 from 1 to 3 p.m., the ninth annual LEGO Build benefitting the […]

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