Weichert hosts gold outing for Summit High School Alumni

SUMMIT – Robyn Barone, manager of Weichert, Realtors’ Summit office, recently announced that her office is sponsoring the Hilltopper Alumni Golf Outing, a nine-hole golf outing on Saturday, Oct. 12, at Summit Municipal Golf Course. The outing is part of the Summit High School Third Annual Hilltopper Alumni Weekend. Weichert will host 36 Summit High […]

Merck’s exit strategy

Pharmaceutical giant plans to leave Summit

SUMMIT – Tuesday Merck announced that they decided to move their global headquarters to Kenilworth, leaving the Summit campus vacant as early as the end of 2014. The move, touted as a “global initiative” by company officials, has everything to do with the potential $2.5 billion cost savings the company says will be realized by […]

Historian will speak on McClellan’s Other Story at Summit Old Guard

SUMMIT — Author and Historian William B. Styple, will speak to the Old Guard of Summit at its meeting, 10 a.m., Oct. 8. His topic will be “McClellan’s Other Story – The Political Intrigue of Col. Thomas M. Key.” Kentucky-born Colonel Thomas Marshall Key served as a “Confidential Aide” on the staff of Major General George […]

Summit issues traffic alert beginning Oct. 1

SUMMIT — There will be a construction detour on or about Oct. 1, due to the closure of the Springfield Avenue entrance of the Tier Garage. Drivers are being asked to use the Maple Street entrance instead. Questions about this closure should be directed to Rita McNany, the parking services manager for Summit’s Parking Services […]

Community workshop on family health decisions to be held at Kent Place School

SUMMIT — While many families defer conversations about health care until a pressing medical need arises, experience shows that “having the conversation” early, often and in times of good health, improves quality of life for everyone involved. To demystify this conversation and provide local families with tools for opening discussions, The Ethics Institute at Kent […]

Parents cope with being barred from school visits

SUMMIT — Parents and kids may have to double check to make sure lunches, homework, sports equipment and special projects are in hand before leaving for school now that there is a policy on unscheduled visits. In July when schools Superintendent Nathan Parker told parents in a letter that at the start of the new […]

Dreamcatcher presents New Jersey premiere of The Other Place

SUMMIT — Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, professional Theatre in Residence at the Oakes Center in Summit, is presenting the New Jersey premiere of Sharr White’s The Other Place. This haunting drama appeared on Broadway last season, and earned Laurie Metcalf a Tony nominee for Best Actress. The Other Place plays Oct. 3 through 20, with talkbacks […]

Curley appointed Head of Healthcare Professional Liability, Zurich Specialty Products, for Zurich North America

SUMMIT – Zurich North America recently announced the appointment of Summit resident Glen Curley as Head of Healthcare Professional Liability, effective immediately. Curley will be responsible for the underwriting and production of Zurich’s general liability and professional liability healthcare business in North America. Curley will be based in New York and report to Mike Karmilowicz, […]